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    1952 Topps Mickey Mantle #311 PSA VG-EX 4. Usually, the terms "1952 Topps Baseball" and "scarce high-number" are top selling points with little extra hype being necessary. But when the card is the most coveted post-war baseball card ever produced and it features one of the most All-American baseball superstars of all-time those selling points become mere footnotes. Just twenty years old at the time of issue, Mickey Mantle would become a baseball legend and national icon.

    Offered is his 1952 Topps entry, graded PSA VG-EX 4. His iconic portrait comes to life via a deeply saturated color palette and shiny gloss. You will find only modest wear at the corners and centering is respectable. In this market where visual appeal is such a pivotal part of the decision making process .


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    June, 2017
    29th Thursday
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