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    1948 Topps Magic Photos Tinker/Evers & W. Johnson SGC-Graded Pair (2). Who could imagine these small unassuming collectibles are the the very first baseball cards ever produced by Topps Chewing Gum. The full series contains over 250 cards but Series K featuring 18 different baseball players are by far the most popular and desirable. The pair includes: #'s 15K Walter Johnson (SGC 30 GD 2) and 18K Tinker/Evers (SGC 60 EX 5). The Johnson card is an EX/MT card with one very small triangle shaped surface chip as seen on the front. very under graded in our opinion.

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    June, 2010
    13th Sunday
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