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    1955 Red Man Warren Spahn #10 SGC 98 Gem - Pop One, None Higher! Graded SGC 98 Gem. Warren Spahn, a 17 time All-Star, won 363 games in a career shortened due to the World War II. This shortened career could have made him a 400 game winner and only the third player to achieve this lofty level of success. Not only was he a true war time hero who was awarded the Purple Heart and served with distinction, but he also achieved great success on the mound in his 20+ year career. This 1955 Red Man issue is a very difficult set to find in high grade. This flawless example is the only one that has been graded gem mint by either SGC or PSA. PSA has graded only 1 example from the entire 1955 Red Man issue a GEM MINT grade. If this does not give you the idea as to how hard this particular set is to get in high grade, nothing will. This is the only card graded GEM on the SGC census from a total pop of only forty submissions.


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