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    1963 Baseball Hall of Fame Busts Lot of 13 - All In Original Boxes. Offered are thirteen 1963 Hall of Fame Baseball Busts featuring some of baseball's greatest names. To make this rarely presented offering even more appealing is the fact that nine are still in the original boxes with plastic wrapping. The boxes show signs of handling (none greatly damaged) and aging with busts NM or better. A few breaks occur in the vintage wrapping. Busts featured in their original packaging include: Pie Traynor, George Sisler, Joe DiMaggio, Jackie Robinson (some splitting), Christy Mathewson (light splitting), Bill Dickey (plastic break), Rogers Hornsby, Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner (plastic tear). Walter Johnson, Lou Gehrig, John McGraw and Babe Ruth (surface wear to placard) do not have the protective covering.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2017
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 3
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