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    1959 & 1960 Topps Baseball partial Set Pair (466 cards) Plus LA Dodgers Post Cards. Includes: 1959 Topps Baseball Plus Extras (138) - Offered is a 111-card partial set of 1959 Topps baseball cards plus extras for a total of 138 cards. Highlights include: #'s 1 Frick (GD), 30 Fox (PR), 149 Bunning (2: VG/EX, PR), 150 Musial (PR), 180 Berra (PR), 212 Mathews/Aaron (PR), 260 Wynn (4: VG/EX, VG, FR), 380 Aaron (GD, light adhesive on rev.), 408 Fox/Aparicio (2: EX, VG) and 420 Colavito (EX). Grades 60% VG to EX, 40% VR PR to GD (with some miscuts); 1960 Topps Baseball Plus Extras (328) - Offered is a 287-card partial set of 1960 Topps baseball cards plus extras for a total of 328 cards. There are almost 25 high numbers. Highlights include: #'s 1 Wynn (FR), 558 Mathews AS (VG/EX) and 561 Kaline AS (EX). Grades 70% VG to EX (a few a little nicer), 30% lesser (with some miscut). Also included is a 1958 Los Angeles Dodgers post card accordion folder (FR).

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2013
    27th Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 16
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