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    1954 Dan-Dee Baseball PSA-Graded Set (29) - #12 on the PSA Set Registry. GPA: 5.8. Rank: #12 on the PSA Set Registry. There are only 29 cards in this "small but mighty" set, that features an amazing ratio of HOF players, which includes Larry Doby, Bob Feller, Monte Irvin, Bob Lemon, Mickey Mantle, Phil Rizzuto and Duke Snider as well as two famous short prints in Paul Smith and Walker Cooper. The Dan-Dee baseball set is one of the most difficult and desirable regional sets in the hobby. The way the cards were packaged inside a bag of potato chips made for problems including staining, corner damage, etc. but when the majority of the cards are found in this condition makes them highly desirable. Grades - PSA NM 7: 8 cards, Bauer, Easter, Hegan, Houtteman, LaPalm, Mitchell, Schoendienst and Wynn; PSA EX-MT 6: 12 cards, Avila, Doby, Feller, Garcia, Gordon, Hodges, Irvin, Lopez, Rizzuto, Roberts, Strickland and Westlake; PSA EX 5: 6 cards, Cooper, Friend, Mantle, Snider, Surkont and Thomas; PSA VG-EX 4: 2 cards, Lemon and Rosen; PSA VG 3: 1 card, Smith.

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    November, 2011
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