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    1952 Berk Ross Jackie Robinson PSA EX 5. By 1952 Jackie Robinson was no longer the only African-American in Major League, much less his own team and the Brooklyn Dodgers had produced a diverse winning machine - averaging more than 92 wins since integration behind Jackie, Campy, Pee Wee, Sandy, Joe Black, and Duke. The '52 Berk Ross set, dubbed once again "Hit Parade of Champions" featured only baseball players this time around and heavily borrowed image from the '51 Bowman release. One of a handful of key cards, Jackie Robinson's image was fresh to collectors when it popped out of packs. This copy, graded a PSA EX 5, is not hampered by the centering issues that plagued the overall product and displays nicely.


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    March, 2019
    17th Sunday
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