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    1910 D322 Tip Top Bread "The Tip-Top Boy Mascot" PSA EX+ 5.5 - Pop One, Highest Graded Example! What team is complete without a mascot. The tradition goes back to the earliest days of the game and few can forget the classic image of Buck Ewing and his pint-sized side-kick posing for the Goodwin issues of the late 1880's. When Ward-Mackey honored the World Champion Pittsburgh Pirates they took the opportunity for a little self promotion and issued this card of "The Tip-Top Bread Mascot." This was a fun addition adding some flair to the otherwise formal portraits of the Pittsburgh players and team owner. Not just cute, he is also quite scarce and is as highly prized as are the most admired players on the team. A high end card well deserving of the PSA assessment. This card is the the first and only one to ever grade at this level and is the highest graded example as noted in both SGC and PSA pop reports.

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    November, 2010
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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