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    New York Mets Signed Index Card Lot of 50. This collection includes 50 signed index cards from New York Mets players spanning throughout the franchise's history. The following 3x5" index cards have all been signed on the blank side and include the following keys: Doc Medich, Bob Pfeil, Brock Pemberton, Brian Ostrosser, Danny Napolean, Joe Moock, Herb Moford, Vinger Bend Mizell, John Milner, Larry Miller, Dave Marshall, Pepe Mangual, Ken Mackenzie, Ron Locke, Don Shaw, Bart Shirley, Bill Short, Dick Smith, Larry Stahl, Tracy Stallard, Leroy Stanton, Rusty Staub, Phil Linz, Brent Strom, Darrell Sutherland, Bob Johnson, Roy McMillan, Tom Parsons, Harry Parker, Joe Nolan, Charlie Neal, Bob Miller, Felix Mantilla, Mickey Lolich, Bobby Gene Smith, Charlie Smith, Jon Matlack (2) and others. Signatures are in either ball-point or sharpie and rate 10/10 condition. JSA Auction LOA included.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2009
    27th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 8
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