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    1933 R317 Uncle Jacks Candy Baseball Hall of Famers Color Type Set (4). From the golden era of baseball gum cards you will find one of the more obscure regional issues made for "Uncle Jack Candy." Cards came in wax paper wrappers along with a coupon that could be saved and then redeemed for a baseball or a trip to the 1933 World Series. The one-color cards come printed in four different colors - this presentation offers an example of each. Includes: Frank Frisch/Green (SGC 40 VG 3), Gabby Hartnett/Black & White (SGC 40 VG 3), Al Simmons/Red (SGC 10 Poor 1) and Bill Terry/Blue (SGC 30 Good 2).

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