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    1957 Topps "Dodgers' Sluggers" #400 PSA Mint 9 - None Higher! Although the team would move to the California sun just one year later, Dodger blue will always be "Brooklyn" to generations. As if the 1957 Topps set didn't have enough innovations, Topps also featured a pair of posed portraits and by doing so introduced the first multi-player cards, a concept that would become annual additions for most of the next half-century by multiple brands. This beautiful pack-fresh beauty features Carl Furillo, Gil Hodges, Roy Campanella and Duke Snider, four "Dodgers' Sluggers" if there ever were and it remains among the post popular dual-player cards ever produced by Topps. Glorious clarity, fresh gloss, striking color retention, sharp corners, accurate print registration and a bright white frame. Of the almost 2,900 submissions, this is one of only ten examples to grade MINT with none earning a higher assessment.

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    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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