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    1954 Topps Ernie Banks #94 SGC 92 NM/MT+ 8.5. An ever-popular, debut-year collectible honors the man who epitomizes the spirit of the Chicago Cubs, and who has almost single-handedly kept enthusiasm for the franchise alive for several generations of devoted fans. The Hall of Famer, former Negro Leaguer, two-time National League MVP (1957, 1958) and 500 Home Run Club member is seen here with his ever-present smile firmly in place. With just a glance at this superb card, the observer can almost feel Banks' "Let's Play Two!" enthusiasm. As expected, every facet of its presentation borders on perfection. Vertical centering is just a very small percentage away from precise. Notable absence are the issue's vexing "print specks" that seem to gravitate to cards with white or yellow backdrops. Graded SGC 92 NM/MT+ 8.5, one of seven at the NM/MT+ level with two grading higher.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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