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    1980 Topps Bird/Erving/Johnson PSA/DNA Mint+ 9.5 - Autographed by All Three The appeal of Larry Bird and Magic Johnson was already high when they made their NBA debut. Their accomplishments at the college are as legendary as their professional status. The superstars also make for one of the most highly prized dual-Hall of Famer rookie cards of any sport from any era. Rounding out the trio of players is basketball legend Julius Erving. The offered example is a very nice "NM" example but this card is autographed by all three basketball legends! The three blue sharpie signatures have all been graded PSA/DNA Mint+ 9.5!

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    November, 2014
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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