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    1948 Topps Magic Photo Ty Cobb #13 SGC 50 VG/EX 4. The first Topps baseball cards appeared as a subset of 19 cards from an issue of 252 Magic Photos. The cards would appear blank until developed through the use of the wrapper and saliva, providing the visual answer to the trivia question on verso. IN this case: "Who holds all records for hits, games played, batting average, total bases, and most runs?" A small but wonderful photographic portrait of this iconic ballplayer.

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