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    1948 Swell Sport Thrills "Great Slugging!" (Lou Gehrig) #14 PSA NM 7. The 1948 Swell Gum "Sports Thrills" set is actually dedicated to baseball and showcases some of the greatest names/events of the sport. Card #17 is titled "Great Slugging!" and features the game in 1932 Lou Gehrig hit not a pair, but four home runs in a 13-10 Yankees victory. The offered example is a condition rarity for the series as the cheap card stock frays at the corners easily. This card is one of only three graded NM 7 by PSA with none graded higher.

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    April, 2010
    22nd-23rd Thursday-Friday
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