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    1960 Fleer "Baseball Greats" 12-Card Uncut Panels Group of (9). Offered is a selection of nine uncut partial sheets with 12 cards per panel, of Fleers' "Baseball Greats" series from 1960. These uncut panels give us an insider's view of the card production and sheet configuration . Of the nine, eight are different and all four background colors used for the set are represented. The subjects read like a who's who list of baseball's finest. Players like Johnson (2), Ruth, Gehrig, Cobb, Williams (2), Lajoie (2), Mathewson, Grove, Wagner (2), Ott, Feller (2) and Young all make appearances plus many others. Only card #'s 65, 70, 75 are not represented. Those three cards and the extremely rare uncirculated #80 Grove/Martin back error are available elsewhere in this auction. Sheets present at the EX to EX/MT level with not one major crease or wrinkle to be found.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2009
    23rd-24th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 17
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