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Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

Bored with your standard wax pack with gum?  In 1980, you had plenty of options for building a set. And let’s face it, if you were collecting football cards in 1980, that was your goal. There were no fancy inserts or autographed cards. Just meat and potatoes cardboard. This time, though, there was more than one option for bubble gum–and more than one option if you didn’t want wax stains on your cards.

In cooperation with Vintage Breaks, the latest edition of Vintage Pack Facts takes us back to the dawn of the 80s and the wide variety that is unopened product.

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football wax case (Mile High Card Co.)

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football wax box

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football wax packs

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football rack pack box (Collect Auctions)

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football rack pack

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football cello box

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football cello pack

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps Super Cello sell sheet

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps Super Cello football case (Mile High Card Co.)

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Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football Super Cello wax box (Robert Edward Auctions)

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football grocery rack case (Mile High Card Co.)

Vintage Pack Facts: 1980 Topps Football

1980 Topps football grocery pack

You can participate in a pack, box, or set break anytime at VintageBreaks.com which offers a variety of options across all years and sports.  Check out their breaks of 1980 Topps football here.

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