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    1970 Topps Pete Maravich #123 PSA Mint 9 - Only Two Higher. "Pistol Pete" Maravich is one of the most beloved figures in basketball history. he would make is trading card debut as part of the popular Topps "tall boy" issue from 1970. Before bringing his game to the NBA, Maravich solidly dominated the competition in college at Louisiana State University. The all-time NCAA Division I scorer, Maravich amassed 3,667 points scoring 44.2 points per game (average). Offered is a wonderful high-grade example featuring a baby-faced future legend. Colors are amazing, registration is precise with no signs the card was ever handled by a human hand. A very vibrant and colorful card with perfect centering whish for this issue is no a "tall" order. Graded PSA Mint 9. After more than 2,300 submissions there are just two cards rated higher.

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