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    1954-56 Spic & Span Milwaukee Braves Near Set (14/18) - #1 on the PSA Set Registry! This set ranks #1 on the "All Time Finest" list on the PSA Set Registry with a GPA of 9.1! Spic and Span dry cleaners sponsored multiple series of regionally limited card promotions featuring the players from the newly established Milwaukee Braves. The partnership began immediately in 1953 and lasted until 1960. This post card format set continued for three years, the key card being a rookie era Hank Aaron. That card is available elsewhere in this auction. A must have set for Milwaukee Braves fans! Considering the overall quality we wonder if this set ever saw public circulation. Includes: PSA Mint 9: 10 cards, William H. Bruton (Pop Two, None Higher), Gene Conley (None Higher), Del Crandall (Pop Two, None Higher), Jack Dittmer (Pop One, One Higher), Ernie Johnson (Pop Two, None Higher), Johnny Logan, Chet Nichols, Danny O'Connell (Pop One, One Higher), Andy Pafko (None Higher) and Bob Thomson (Pop One, One Higher); Includes: PSA NM-MT 8: 4 cards, Robert Buhl, Lou Burdette, Ray Crone, Dave Jolly.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $2,000 - up.

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