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    1981-89 Baseball Hall of Fame Official Metallic Plaque Cards Complete Set (204) With 41 PSA Gem Mint 10's. From 1981 through 1989, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown produced metal plaque "cards" of every member of the hall both past and new members as they were inducted. The set was sold in series through the Hall of Fame's gift shop and only 1,000 plaques of each player were produced. Needless to say the entire subject roster will be lacking any "common" players. Offered is a 204-complete set of 1981 through 1989 Baseball Hall of Fame metallic plaque cards. A total of 41 cards have been professionally graded PSA Gem Mint 10. Includes: Alston, Aparicio, Banks, Bell, Berra, Brown, Bulkeley, Campanella, Collins, Combs, Conlan, Cronin, D. Dean, Dickey, Drysdale, Evers, Feller, Ford, Gehringer, Gibson, Hooper, Hunter, Keefe, Kell, Killebrew, Landis, Lloyd, Marichal, McGraw, Pennock, Radbourne, Reese, Schalk, Simmons, Snider, Stargell, Stengel, Tinker, Traynor, Vance, Wilson. Ungraded cards are mostly NM to Mint condition.

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    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
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