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    1947-1949 Bond Bread Exhibits & Eureka Jackie Robinson Graded Pair (2). The 1947 W571 Bond Bread set features 44 different baseball players plus four boxer/wrestlers. The black and white unnumbered cards are famous for the potential re-issues and for the earliest appearances by HOFers like Jackie Robinson, Yogi Berra Stan Musial, and others. There is a much rarer version of Exhibit sized cards. Offered is a rare 1947 Bond Bread Exhibits featuring Jackie Robinson. Encapsulated PSA Authentic. Also includes is a high garde 1949 Eureka Sports Stamp that is graded PSA NM-MT 8.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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