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    1958 Topps Baseball 11-Card Uncut Strips (4). A process takes place before collectors are able to pull out individual cards from wax paper packs. In their original state cards are part of large production sheet which often contain over 100 cards. Offered is a scarce selection of four 11-card uncut strips from the high-number series from the 1958 Topps Baseball edition. Luckily, many cards are from the Sporting News All-Stars sub-set which appear as the final cards in the set and includes an exciting list of some of the greatest players of the era. Subjects include Hank Aaron, Luis Aparicio, Ernie Banks, Nellie Fox, Mickey Mantle (3), Willie Mays, Stan Musial (3), Frank Robinson, Warren Spahn, and Eddie Mathews and Ted Williams. These are unique items with both collectible Tremendous display value.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2009
    1st-2nd Thursday-Friday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 5
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