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Old 03-25-2021, 07:30 PM
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Default 1952 Bowman- VG/EX 4 (MK)

I've got this VG-EX 4 with a MK (blue pen mark on the reverse) qualifier...and, I couldn't be happier with the card. Picked it up just before the market explosion and couldn't afford it at twice what I paid.

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Twin killing...

The 1957 Topps Tony Kubek #312 (with the odd position of "Outfield") is a triple threat - a Yankees card, a rookie card and a tough, semi-high series card - all wrapped together in an awkwardly reworked photograph. He and Bobby Richardson are both members of that elite club, and I was happy to pick him up (that's what she said!!). And the 1975 Topps Mini Brooks 'Tiny Brim' Robinson #50 is just a touch off in the centering department, but clearly not too bad at all. I grabbed it quicker than a line drive hitting leather at the hot corner...

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I don't have many OCs, but I like this Mays. To me, the value of the qualifier is that you know this is essentially how the card came out of the pack - according to the eagle eyes of PSA at least. With a 7 (or whatever it would be without a qualifier) you have less information about the overall condition. Of course I would know the centering contributed to the grade, but I wouldn't know it's the only real flaw PSA found.

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With the way that most of the 73's were off cut throughout the entire Topps run, your Mays is a 10 in my book! Nice card indeed!
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I just posted this on another thread...but probably belongs here more. As mentioned, the brother card to the Kubek...the ST is some wax on the back. Last card for my 57 set...






I have never noticed the short brim on Brooks helmet there...wow...I can now never unsee that! wtf?
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I just posted this on another thread...but probably belongs here more. As mentioned, the brother card to the Kubek...the ST is some wax on the back. Last card for my 57 set...



I have never noticed the short brim on Brooks helmet there...wow...I can now never unsee that! wtf?
Niiiiice!!!!! Had that one on my watch list, so great pick-up!! I knew it would be gobbled up quickly. On a side note, the last two cards I needed to finish my 1957 set a little while back were Zimmer and Richardson (got them both in PSA 7 in the throes of an eBay 15% off coupon extravaganza). It seems everyone always needs Bobby at the end.
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