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    1953 Bowman Color Berra, Bauer, Mantle #44 SGC 88 NM/MT 8. The era of the dual-player card began with card #44 from the 1953 Bowman Color series. Offering no catchy name, the card depicts a trio of New York Yankees stars at a time when they were in the midst of a string of five World Championships. The scene, a casual dugout moment with Hank Bauer, Yogi Berra and a youngster named "Mantle." Graded SGC 88 NM/MT 8, the nicely centered graphics present rich saturated hues, all surrounded by a frosty white frame. The SGC assessment reflects the minuscule amounts of wear at outer corner tips and some extremely light age toning on the reverse.

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