Extremely Rare NM-MT PSA Graded 1957 Topps Baseball Card Set Hits eBay; One of the Highest Graded '57 Sets Ever Assembled

Extremely Rare NM-MT PSA Graded 1957 Topps Baseball Card Set Hits eBay; One of the Highest Graded ’57 Sets Ever Assembled

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Featured Collection

We will be periodically featuring some of the rarest, most valuable, and interesting cards from collections that have been purchased or consigned through The Cardboard Connection. To kick things off we will be featuring a very impressive vintage baseball card find - one of, if not THE, highest graded 1957 Topps Baseball Card Sets in circulation. The set, which is currently available for purchase on eBay, is graded by PSA at a jaw dropping Near Mint-Mint condition.

Investment opportunities like these do not come along often. In the past couple years, the vintage baseball card market has seen tremendous growth. Cards of star and Hall of Fame (HOF) players have doubled and tripled in value, with some cards fetching 5-10X what they use to just a short time ago! It is not every day you can get your hands on cards like these already graded, and compiled in a huge PSA graded (8+ average condition) set. The newly discovered 1957 Topps Baseball complete 407/407 card set will probably never surface again. Sets like these are so dear to the devoted collectors who assembled them, they almost never come to market. You will not find a higher graded, more carefully put together set of this kind for sale anywhere in the world, except for this inexpiable discovery now for sale on eBay. To assemble a set like this on your own would likely take many years, if not decades, and would be nearly impossible to find in such pack-fresh condition. Between the time and money spent, and countless auctions and collector shows attended the estimated cost to assemble this set yourself could easily exceed $100,000.00.

This impossible to find set is currently being listed on eBay for a Buy It Now price of $52,000.00 or Best Offer. This is an incredible chance to take advantage of an investment opportunity in a that has drawn more and more interest from both collectors and mainstream Wall Street Investors looking to diversify their investment portfolio in order to capitalize on the sharp increase of popularity, consistently increasing value and high investment return potential of the high end graded vintage baseball card market.

Set Details

The 100% PSA Graded set is composed of the following items:

  • Nine cards are graded Mint 9: #41, 72, 206, 224, 231, 233, 246, 247, and 253.
  • 396 cards are graded NM-MT 8!!!: including #328 B. Robinson Rookie, 302 Koufax, 20 Aaron, 10 Mays, 35 F. Robinson Rookie, 76 Clemente and multiple other Hall of Famers & Rookies.
  • One card is graded NM+ 7.5: #1 T. Williams, and one card is graded NM 7: #95 Mantle
  • Summary: 9 PSA 9’s, 396 PSA 8’s, 1 PSA 7.5, 1 PSA 7 (Total 407 PSA Cards with a G.P.A of 8+)
  • Also included are six 1957 Topps Baseball PSA Graded “Extra Cards” which make this set even more difficult to assemble. The hard to find Checklist ½ (PSA 7), Contest Card May 4 (PSA 7), Contest Card May 25 (PSA 7), Contest Card June 22 (PSA 7), Contest Card July 19 (PSA 6), and the Lucky Penny Card (PSA 6).

With baseball card nostalgia at an all-time high, this set has been on the market for just a few days and has already had hundreds of views it will not last very long.

Top eBay Listings

1957 Topps #122 Ken Boyer - St. Louis Cardinals, Graded PSA 8 NM-MT*
$112.50

1957 TOPPS #136 JIM HEGAN Cleveland Indians sharp clean tough Graded PSA 8
$33.24

1957 Topps #308 Dick Hall - Pittsburgh Pirates, Graded PSA 8 NM-MT Condition*
$112.50

1957 TOPPS # 245 RIP REPULSKI BVG GRADED 8.5 PLUS NEAR MINT- MINT PHILLLIES
$99.99

1957 TOPPS # 241JOE LONNETT BVG GRADED 8 NEAR MINT- MINT PHILADELPHIA PHILLLIES
$49.99

1957 Topps Baseball Card #76 Roberto Bob Clemente PSA Graded 6 Pirates
$179.99

1957 Topps Baseball #35 Bill Mazeroski PSA 5 graded rookie card Pirates
$59.99

1957 Topps Baseball #62 Billy Martin PSA 5 graded rookie card Yankees
$29.99

1961 Topps #484 1957 MVP Most Valuable Player Hank Aaron PSA 8 NM-MT Graded Card
$159.96

1957 Topps Duke Snider Roy Campanella Graded PSA 5 Brooklyn Dodgers' sluggers
$89.99

1957 Topps ROBIN ROBERTS #15 BVG GRADED 5.5 EX+ Philadelphia Phillies PSA? HOF
$19.99

1957 Topps Roberto Clemente #76 Graded PSA 3 VG (MK) Pittsburgh Pirates HOF 21
$64.99

DON DRYSDALE RC 1957 TOPPS #18, SGC GRADED VG 3, DEAD CENTERED, UNDERGRADED
$59.95

1957 Topps BB Card #258-Steve Gromek-PSA Graded NM-MT 8
$65.00

1957 Topps #249 Dave Pope - Cleveland Indians, Graded PSA 8 NM-MT Condition*
$112.50

1957 Topps #293 Ted Abernathy - Wash. Senators, Graded PSA 8 NM-MT Condition*
$112.50
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Mike Smeth is the CEO and Founder of The Cardboard Connection. After collecting baseball cards as a child, he took a 12-year hiatus from the hobby. One muggy summer day in 2006 he unexpectedly came across his childhood card collection while packing up for a move. He began sorting through them so he could sell them on Craigslist. Somewhere between the 3rd and 4th box, he rediscovered his passion for collecting and hasn’t looked back since. You can find Mike on Google+ and Twitter @mikesmethcc.


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