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Old 11-18-2007, 09:01 AM
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Default Harlem Globetrotters Cards

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While there are Harlem Globetrotters sets, here is a nice psa 10 from the 1954 27-card Sports Oddities set.

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Default Harlem Globetrotters Cards

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Nice card. Thanks for sharing, Jim !!!

Can you (or anyone) post really huge scan of Bunny Levit & Abe Saperstein from that set ? I'm not sure what they look like.

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Couple great cards
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1971 Cocoa Puffs. Same design as the Fleer set but references the cereal on the back and only 32 cards

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Very cool cards! The colors on those really pop.
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