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    1964-65 Topps Hockey Partial Set (56/110) With A Dozen High Numbers. Next to wood grain borders of the 1966 edition the size of these 1964 tall-boys make them among the most condition sensitive of all hockey card issues. This is a nice partial set where some cards present very nicely but are judged for centering. Highlights include - #'s 1 Martin (GD/VG), 6 Sawchuk (EX), 12 Hall (VG/EX), 24 Gilbert (GD/VG), 31 Mikita (EX), 40 Bower (GD), 44 Kelly (VG/EX), 54 CL (SGC 60 EX 5). Grades 29% EX to EX/MT, 53% VG to VG/EX, 18% GD to GD/VG.

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    20th-18th Sunday-Sunday
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