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    1956 Topps Baseball Complete Set (340). Offered is a 1956 Topps baseball complete set of 340 cards. A total of 19 cards have been graded by PSA. Includes - Graded - PSA NM/MT 8: 1 card, #327 (OC); PSA NM 7: 7 cards, #'s 9, 45, 65, 151, 156, 163, 170; PSA EX-MT 6.5: 2 cards, #'s 19,35 Rosen; PSA EX-MT 6: 3 cards, #'s 14 Boyer, 122, 124; PSA EX 5: 6 cards, #' 5 Williams, 24, 33 Clemente, 113 Rizzuto, 135 Mantle, 226 Giants. Ungraded - #'s 8 Alston (VG/EX), 10 Spahn (GD),15 Banks (VG/EX), 20 Kaline (EX/MT), 30 Robinson (erased), 31 Aaron (GD/VG), 79 Koufax (VG), 101 Campanella (VG), 107 Mathews (GD), 109 Slaughter (EX/MT), 110 Berra (VG), 120 Ashburn (VG), 130 Mays (EX), 145 Hodges (VG/EX), 150 Snider (GD/VG), 164 Killebrew (EX), 181 Martin (GD/VG), 187 Wynn (FR), 200 Feller (VG/EX), 240 Ford (PR, pinhole), 251 Yankees (FR), 260 Reese (FR), 292 Aparicio (GD), 307 Wilhelm (GD/VG). Grades 24% EX to EX/MT (some better), 68% VG to VG/EX, 8% PR to GD. SMR value approaches $1300.00.

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    December, 2015
    20th Sunday
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