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    1957 Topps Frank Robinson #35 PSA Mint 9 - None Higher. Twelve-time All-Star, two-time MVP winner (once in each league!) and twice World Championship team member. Accolades that began with a National League "Rookie of the Year" Award in 1956, and proceeded all the way through an American League "Manager of the Year" Award in 1989. These are just a few of the sterling credentials held by Frank Robinson, the Hall of Famer who's distinguished himself at almost every level of baseball activity through the course of more than fifty years of involvement with the sport. In terms of gum cards, it all started for Frank with this desirable '57 Topps portrayal, a popular piece that shows the confident young outfielder in the vest jersey-style uniform of the Cincinnati Reds.

    This startlingly nice Frank Robinson rookie card has no superiors on PSA's population report. One of the keys to the '57 Topps set, this card remains so nice it is hard to believe that it was issued over 50 years ago. A magnificent card that has deep, saturated colors, virtually perfect centering, four high quality corners and an incredibly white border. Graded PSA Mint 9. One of twenty-three in Mint with none rated higher. Do not pass on this unquestionably high quality example.


    Guide Value or Estimate: $15,000 - up.

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