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    1956 Topps "Elvis Presley" Complete Set (66). This is a very nice, solid mid-grade set with great color quality and clean bright borders. Elvis Presley went from the most humble of beginnings to becoming a cultural icon who would affect the mainstream like no other. His music and style would energize one generation and enrage another. In 1956, "The King" was honored with a 66 card set of trading cards which showcased his movie appearances and personal life events and observations. Published under Topps' "Bubbles, Inc." brand name, just like Elvis himself, this set continues to become more popular as the years pass. Eleven cards have been graded by PSA. Includes: PSA NM 7: 1 card, #41; PSA EX-MT 6: 4 cards, #'s 2, 15, 16 and 36; PSA EX+ 5.5: 1 card, #54; PSA EX 5: 5 cards, #'s 26, 45, 46, 58 and 65. Grades EX to EX/MT with a one nicer and a handful slightly lesser/miscut.


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    December, 2019
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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