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    1961 Fleer Baseball Greats High Grade Complete Set (154). For the second consecutive year, Fleer issued a set utilizing the Baseball Greats theme. The 154-card set was issued in two series and features a color player portrait against a colored background. A total of 31 cards (29 PSA and 2 SGC) have been professionally graded with an aggregate SMR value of $1347. Highlights include: Graded Cards - PSA MINT 9: 7 cards w/#'s 28 Foxx, 34 Gomez, 106, 109, 120 Lajoie, 123 (OC) and 126 McGinnity; PSA NM-MT 8: 15 cards w/#'s 10 Bresnahan, 13, 15, 21, 31 Gehrig (MC), 51, 66, 74, 79 Speaker, 82, 85, 86 Wheat, 94 Boudreau, 119 and 150 Wagner; PSA NM 7: 7 cards w/#'s 2 Alexander, 44, 46, 50 Kiner, 58, 75 Ruth and 143 Tinker; SGC 84 NM 7: 2 cards w/#s 140 and 151. Ungraded Cards - #'s 1 Baker/Cobb/Wheat (EX), 14 Cobb (EX), 25 Feller (EX/NM), 43 Hornsby (EX/NM), 49 Johnson (NM), 152 Williams (EX/NM), 153 Young (NM). Grades 50% NM to NM/MT and 50% EX to EX/NM (few lesser).

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    October, 2007
    26th Friday
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