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    2015 Sandy Koufax 1951 Bowman "Card That Never Was" Original Artwork by Arthur Miller. Arresting masterwork derives from the studio of Arthur K. Miller, an eminently skilled New England painter whose work has been exhibited as a one-man show at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown since the year 2000, and is likewise featured in many upscale galleries and private collections worldwide. This 26x39" canvas creation imagines a hypothetical Sandy Koufax 1951 Bowman card, perfectly capturing the unique aesthetic that has made the set one of the hobby's favorites. Metal fasteners are installed on the upper edges for easy display. "A Card That Never Was Sandy Koufax (1951 Bowman 2015)" is written on the back, which is also signed by Miller.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 5
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