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    1954 Red Man Baseball Collection (24 Different). Offered is a very attractive 24-card partial set of 1954 Red Man tobacco baseball cards. This is a very fresh presentation abundant with blazing colors, glossy surfaces and sharp corners. Many cards appear fresh from the pack. Every card has retained the bottom tab portion. Visually, the group displays at the NM or better range. A close inspection shows most have a very, very slightly impression at a corner or two from being placed in an album. This is barely noticeable. In total, 12 cars have been graded by SGC. Includes: Graded Cards - SGC 92 NM/MT+ 8.5: 2 cards w/#'s 21A Lemon and 20N; SGC 88 NM/MT 8: 4 cards w/#'s 6A, 13A, 14N, and 16A Ford; SGC 84 NM 7: 6 cards w/#'s 14A, 24A, 8N, 15N Reese, 16N Snider and 25N Mays. Ungraded Cards - #'s 4A, 7A, 8A, 10A, 12A, 19A, 22A, 1N Ashburn (EX/MT), 7N, 10N, 17N and 19N. Grades 25% NM/MT to NM/MT +, 75% EX/MT to NM.

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    April, 2009
    23rd-24th Thursday-Friday
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