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    1958 Topps Duke Snider #88 PSA Mint 9 - None Higher. An undisputed key to collecting 1950's Brooklyn Dodgers cards is legendary outfielder Duke Snider. The Duke of Flatbush is such an endearing and memorable name in baseball history. He is immortalized as one of "The Boys of Summer" and will forever be associated with greatness thanks to the 1981 song "Talkin' Baseball" with the unforgettable lyric "Willie, Mickey and The Duke."

    Offered is a truly magnificent high-grade '58 Topps card from the Bums' first season under the California sun in Los Angeles. Graded PSA Mint 9 this card is one of just five at the Mint 9 level with none rated higher. The unquestionable condition rarity, baseball legend and originating from a classic 1950's issue makes this card a true investment quality card.


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    Auction Dates
    August, 2017
    19th-20th Saturday-Sunday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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