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    Signed 1952 Topps Baseball Collection (32).
    Offered is a gallery of 32 different 1952 Topps baseball cards, each is signed on the front (except for #391) by the featured player. All autographs are in blue or black, pen or marker with one exception. None are inscribed. A couple have salutations. Includes: #'s 16 Gene Hermanski, 20 Billy Loes, 53 Chris Van Cuyk (Best wishes), 62 Chuck Stobbs, 65 Enos Slaughter, 82 Duane Pillette, 89 Johnny Lipon, 95 Ken Holcombe, 97 Earl Torgeson, 106 Mickey Vernon, 120 Bob Chakales, 129 Johnny Mize, 130 Sheldon Jones, 133 Al Widmar, 137 Roy McMillan, 157 Bob Usher, 180 Charley Maxwell (Red), 182 Billy Hitchcock, 195 Orestes Minoso, 199 George Zuverink (Best wishes), 205 Clyde King, 226 Dave Philley, 235 Walt Dropo, 239 Rocky Bridges, 249 Bobby Adams, 254 Joe Dobson, 263 Harry Brecheen, 272 Mike Garcia, 280 Cloyd Boyer, 301 Bob Porterfield, 307 Frank Campos, 363 Dick Rozek (top/bottom borders cut off) and 391 Ben Chapman (signed on reverse). Cards range from VG to PR condition. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA.


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    Auction Dates
    April, 2018
    22nd Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 13
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