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    1966 Donruss "Green Hornet" Wax Box With 24 Unopened Wax Packs. Donruss landed the rights for the newly introduced "Green Hornet" TV show in 1966 with Van Williams as the Green Hornet. The show also introduced viewers to "Kato," the Hornet's trusted sidekick played by a young martial arts champion named Bruce Lee. Offered is an excellent-mint counter display box with twenty-four 5-cent unopened packs. Packs presents EX/MT or better. The packs have been inspected and passed review. Box comes sealed by Steve Hart-Baseball Card Exchange wrapper.

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    November, 2017
    16th-18th Thursday-Saturday
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