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    1956 Topps Pins Baseball Complete Set (60) - #3 "Current Finest" on the PSA Set Registry. This set is ranked #3 on the "Current Finest" list on the PSA Set registry with a 7.0 GPA. The 1956 Topps baseball pins is a 60-piece promotion that features many of the stars of this era in glorious color. This set feature portraits found on the cards of the same year and is among the first Topps specialty issues. Clean and colorful, the pins scream 1950's nostalgia. Includes: PSA NM-MT 8: 6 pins, Banks, Long, Mathews, Smith, Spahn, Wehmeier; PSA NM 7: 44 pins, Aaron, Amoros, Arroyo, Berra, Boone, Boyer, Collins, Diering (SP), Donovan, Finigan, Fowler, Gomez, Groat, Haddix, Harshman, Hatton, Hegan, Hodges, Hofman, Jensen, Kaline, Kennedy, Kluszewski, Mays, McMillan, Miranda, Moon, Mossi, O'Brien, Paula, Power, Rizzuto, Robinson, Rosen, Sauer, Sievers, Skowron, Smith, Snider, Sullivan, Tremel, Triandos, Turley, Williams; PSA EX-MT 6: 9 pins, Conley, House, Lopez (SP), Negray, Rivera, Smith, Spooner, Stobbs (SP), Zernial; PSA EX 5: 1 pin, Black. The SMR value is over $5,000.00

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    April, 2018
    19th-20th Thursday-Friday
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