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    1962 Topps Lou Brock #387 SGC 82 EX/NM+ 6.5. Before Ricky Henderson was crowned king of the base burglars, there was a player named Lou Brock. Early on he showed promise but that didn't stop the Cubs from making what is still considered the most lop-sided trade in baseball history. Offered is Brock's rookie card graded SGC 82 EX/NM+ 6.5 from the 1962 Topps issue. Solid card deserving of the assessment. The SMR value is between $75.00 and $135.00

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    June, 2014
    15th Sunday
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