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    1954 Topps Henry Aaron #128 PSA NM+ 7.5. When Barry Bonds overtook hank Aaron for most homeruns in a career it was met with great fanfare and ultimately a just as loud "*" next to his name. While being dethroned must have hurt Aaron the truth is many still consider him the "legitimate" Home Run King of Major League Baseball. failed to earn All-Star Game nods in only the first and the last years of his twenty-three season career. This glamorous relic dates to the former. Properly regarded as one of the most important trading cards of the post-war era, the 1954 Topps Aaron rookie is counted among the hobby's most recognizable pieces.

    Graded PSA NM+ 7.5. What a clean and bright example. No physical flaws and the four corners are all "mint-ish" leaving centering as the lone reason for the PSA assessment.


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    December, 2019
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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