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    1961 York Peanut Butter Hockey (Yellow Backs) Near Set (41/42) With Album. These oddly shaped cards fit perfectly inside the lids of York peanut butter or salted peanuts jars. The 2-1/2" octagon shaped inserts even had their own "N.H.L. Album" to house a complete set which is also included. Missing is card #41. The small but star-packed set includes names like Tremblay, Provost, Blake, Plante, Goyette, Imlach, Horton, Bower, Beliveau, Talbot, Brewer (rev. paper), Pulford, Richard, Olmstead, Kelly, Keon, Geoffrion, Armstrong, Clancy, and Mahovlich. Two cards have heavy paper glued to the reverse. Others present EX to NM (mostly EX-MT to NM) with a handful lesser but all of them have a small area on the reverse ot tape staining and light adhesive residue. The album is unused and presents close to near-mint.

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    October, 2020
    11th Sunday
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