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    1962 Bell Brand Potato Chips Los Angeles Dodgers Advertising Poster This regional baseball card issue is exceptionally scarce, and for good reason. They were only issued in the Los Angeles area, leaving the majority of the country out of the fun, and in far, far fewer numbers than Topps or any other major issue of the day. To give some idea, only 154 cards from this issue have been graded by PSA, compared to 50,000 Topps from the same year. Yet, as rare as the cards are, this advertising sign multiplies that rarity by a factor of 1,000. Possibly one of the only such specimens left on earth, and certainly the finest, it seems impossible that this paper stock 8.5" x 11.5" advertising poster could have survived four decades in Near Mint condition, and yet the proof is right here that it did. Pictured are the cards for Koufax, Roseboro, Wills, Moon, Snider and Sherry, with three more pictured in black and white on the verso. This is a piece for the card collector really looking to set himself apart from the rest.

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    September, 2004
    10th-11th Friday-Saturday
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