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    1966 Topps Batman "Red Bat" Complete Set Uncut Sheet. Collectors love to display their treasured pieces and no format makes for better display then the uncut sheet. Offered is a very scarce uncut partial sheet of 1966 Topps Batman "Red Bat" puzzle-backed trading cards. With a configuration of six rows with eleven cards in each row, the 21" x 28" sheet contains a complete set of all 44 cards plus half of a second set. The reverse side never made it through the printing process and remains blank. Many can claim to own a complete standard size "Red Bat" set but very, very few can claim their set is just as the pressman witnessed over 45 years ago. There is creasing along two edges leaving most of the central area unscathed. For visual impact, little else can compare.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 20
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