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    Hank Aaron & Willie Mays Signed Cards Lot of 4. From the Negro leagues to the majors and on to Cooperstown, these two HOFers each made a tremendous impact on the sport of baseball. Here we offer a 1954 Topps rookie card reprint signed by Hammerin' Hank in flawless blue sharpie signature with "604/1954" limited edition numbering. Next we have a 1994 Cooperstown Collection card celebrating Aaron's inclusion in the 500 home run club signed in 10/10 blue sharpie on the front and numbered "680/755" on the verso. Topps' 1985 Collectors' Series gives us our last two cards in this lot. First, we have one more Aaron card signed in perfect blue sharpie and numbered "786/2000". Rounding out the lot is Willie Mays' card from this set, also signed in flawless blue sharpie with "469/2000". All cards are in NM-Mint condition. LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2006
    29th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 11
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