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    1959-1971 Topps & Parkhurst Gordie Howe Graded Quartet (4). The span of Gordie Howe's body of work is so universal that the only appropriate nickname -- Mr. Hockey -- encompasses the whole of the sport that made him famous. A bit of the opposite can also be said, as Howe had few rivals for popularity during his extensive career. Includes: 1959-60 Topps #63 (SGC 60 EX 5) - Sharp corners and a vibrant portrait. Centering keep this from reaching higher levels. Very nice "EX" example; 1960 Parkhurst Gordie Howe #20 (PSA NM 7) - Nice centering, clean white borders, vivid colors and registration, clean front and back. 1964-65 Topps Gordie Howe #89 (SGC 80 EX/NM 6) - A very nice example of this tough "Tall Boy" issue. A perfect portrait that is virtually free of any print marks; 1971 Topps Gordie Howe #70 (PSA MINT 9) - Four sharp corners and bright colors that bounce right off the card. Strong MINT example.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2011
    21st-22nd Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 9
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