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    1957 Topps Dodgers' Sluggers #400 PSA Mint 9 - None Higher! In one impressive image, the heart and soul of the Brooklyn Dodgers is captured for eternity. Although the team would move to the California sun just one year later, Dodger blue will always be about Brooklyn. The card which features the posed portrait is one of the first multi-player cards issued by Topps and has somehow managed to not have aged a day. This beautiful pack-fresh offering from the 1957 Topps issue features Carl Furillo, Gil Hodges, Roy Campanella and Duke Snider via glorious clarity afforded by the glossy surface, color retention, accurate print registration and a spot-free frosty white frame. It remains among the post popular dual-player cards ever produced by Topps. Of the almost 2,100 submissions, this is one of only eight examples (top .004%) to grade Mint 9! None have earned a higher assessment.

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    May, 2014
    15th-17th Thursday-Saturday
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