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    1954 Topps Henry Aaron #128 PSA NM-MT 8 (OC). The recently dethroned (and many would consider "reigning legitimate") Home Run King failed to earn All-Star Game nods in only the first and the last years of his twenty-three season career, and this glamorous relic dates to the former. Properly regraded as one of the most important trading cards of the post-war era, the 1954 Topps Aaron rookie is counted among the hobby's most recognizable pieces. This gum card heralded the arrival of a force of nature, a phenomenon of a magnitude unseen since a man named Babe ruled the game. Graded PSA NM-MT 8 (OC). The card has very little physical detriments other than mild corner tip wear. Graphics that rest to the right horizontally. A strong copy for a smaller percent of the NM-MT unqualified price.


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    December, 2019
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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