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1975 Kellogg's Card 26 Nolan Ryan

  • COMPLETE SET - 57 Cards
  • Near Mint - $175.00
  • Excellent - $100.00
  • Very Good - $50.00

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Key Cards:

  • 11 - Pete Rose 
  • 26 - Nolan Ryan 
  • 51 - Carl Yastrzemski 
  • 54 - Reggie Jackson
  • 56 - Mike Schmidt 
   

NOTES:

The 1975 Kellogg's baseball card set consist of 57 cards that measure approximately 2 1/8" x 3 1/4".  The plastic covered cards were made to look 3-D. The cards were individually inserted in specially marked boxes of Kellogg's cereal. The set was also available from Kellogg's for 2 box tops and a $2 charge.

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Variations:

  • 4A Bob Grich ERR (Bio last line begins:1975 work) 4B COR (Bio last line begins: because hi)
  • 44A Jim Hunter (Oakland A's team logo on back) 44B Jim Hunter (New York Yankees team logo on back)

Back of 1975 Kellogg's Card 26

Glossary:
  • COR - Corrected
  • ERR - Error

Back of 1975 Kellogg's Card 26 Nolan Ryan

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Price Guide: Value is based on closed auctions and sales. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly. 

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