1947-1966 Exhibits Yogi Berra SGC 98 Gem 10. A tr...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Description1947-1966 Exhibits Yogi Berra SGC 98 Gem 10. A true Gem Mint card in every sense of the word. This blazing example has managed to beat all the odds to become the finest of its kind. If the discerning eyes of the SGC graders recognized the quality, and they are known for being conservative on post card size cards, the most fastidious collector will certainly appreciate this flawless "Gem." The classic portrait is a fresh faced Yogi Berra. The card is the "Made In U.S.A." variation. Yogi looks like he is just about to utter one of his timeless yogi-isms. This is one of only eleven total '47-66 Exhibit cards to be bestowed the "98" assessment and the lone Gem Mint Berra with no equal recorded by any other service. For the ultimate Exhibits or Yogi Berra collector. Graded SGC 98 Gem 10. This the only example at the Gem MT level.
Guide Value or Estimate: $600 - up.
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