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    1957 Topps Richie Ashburn #70 PSA Gem Mint 10 - Pop Three. Any fan of the Phillies knows the man depicted on this stunning Topps entry from 1957. Card #216 features Phillies Hall of Famer Richie Asburn. Although not known for hitting home runs, Ashburn amassed almost 2,600 hits, played in 5 All-Star games and was an integral part of the success of the World Champion "Whiz Kids." His consistent play on the field and at the plate earned him a place in Cooperstown. The offered 1957 Topps card presents as nicely today surely as it did almost a half century ago. Four sharp corners, precise centering, fresh gloss and blemish-free surfaces all combine as a perfect partnership giving the hobby one of the best on record. Graded PSA Gem MT 10, this card is one of three examples at the ultimate PSA grade plateau!

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