1967-68 Topps #121 Harry Howell HOF All Star PSA 9
Grab one of our fantastic hockey cards and duck the flying puck that smashes through the glass of the end boards at more than 100 mph. Be careful, or you might get a faceful of ice at the whistle. As you sift from card to card, you can hear the organ going through the cheering chord progressions just before a faceoff in the defensive end. You're sure to smile when you find your favorite player among our cards, and you can imagine being 9 years old again and cheering wildly as the red light goes on!
LET'S CUT TO THE CHASE; WHY BUY FROM US?
1. We want you to enjoy your hockey cards as much as we do, which is why we offer an ironclad money-back guarantee. Just return whatever doesn’t fit your offensive or defensive scheme, and we’ll return your money.
2. It’s hard to see a hockey card in a photograph. Both details and condition are lost. That’s why we scan every card we sell so that you can see just what is what.
3. Don’t go broke on shipping. For any amount up to $100, we ship for just $2.99. For orders over $100, we ship USPS Priority for free.
4. We’re always there and believe in straightforward, honest communication. We aim to answer all calls and emails within an hour, and you’ll never have to wait more than 24 hours even during the busiest of times.
5. We don’t just pick prices out of thin air. We rely on the official pricing on Beckett.com. We know that discerning collectors like you don’t trust obscure lists from websites of which no one has ever heard. Each price we provide comes directly from Beckett’s online price guide.
6. To offer the highest quality possible for our site visitors, we only sell cards graded by PSA, Beckett, and SGC (Sports Guarantee Corporation).
7. We only sell vintage cards. Vintage cards provide several key advantages over current players. For example, these established players will not be affected by the unfortunate devaluation that goes with career ending injuries. If you buy rookie players without this protection of time, you can experience the sudden drop in their value if they are injured. This problem is especially prevalent when you buy rookies and non-established players who don't have a clear playing record.