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1955 Topps Doubleheaders Set Autographed (55 of 66)

Starting Bid - $500.00, Sold For - $1,740.00

1955 Topps Doubleheaders near-complete set comprised of 55 out of the 66 in the set, all autographed. The 11 cards missing for completion are as follows: #11-12, 23-24, 25-26 Robinson/Hoak, 57-58, 67-68, 77-78, 93-94, 95-96, 109-110 Newhouser/Bishop, 121-122 Kluszewski/Owens, and 129-130 Gilliam/Kinder. All 55 different cards have been signed by one of the two players featured per card. The signatures range in grade from a "7" to a "10" on a scale of "1" to "10," averaging an "8/9" overall. 17% are signed in ballpoint pen and 83% in Sharpie marker or felt-tip pen. Keys: #3-4 Irvin (Vg-Ex), 21-22 Skowron (Vg-Ex), 31-32 Banks (Vg-Ex/Ex), 45-46 Kaline (Vg-Ex), 53-54 Herman (Vg), 69-70 Smith (Vg, Williams did not sign this card), 105-106 Aaron (Gd-Vg), 111-112 Killebrew (Vg), 127-128 Spahn (Vg-Ex). The balance of the cards grade Vg-Ex overall. Three cards in the near-set are in the rare unperforated form (#'s 41-42 Lopat/Haddix, 47-48 Jacobs/Gray, 103-104 Sauer/Pascual). In addition to the keys listed above, the other autographs (listed in card-number order) are as follows: Rosen, Kazanski, O'Dell, Porter, Westlake, Limmer, Stone, Hughes, Rhodes, Bailey, Conley, Olson, Moon, Marsh, Lopat, Stobbs, Jacobs, Jackson, Keegan, Harmon, Glynn, Gardner, Borkowski, Harshman, Allie, Lynch, Wright, Sievers, Triandos, Frazier, Brown, Kennedy, Rivera, Bolling, Zimmer, Renna, Tremel, Sauer, Grammas, Boone, Fain, Milliken, Parnell, Zernial, Lepcio, and Terwilliger. The balance of the cards range in grade from Vg-Ex to Ex overall (includes a few slightly lesser, as well as a few in Ex-Mt). Total 55 cards. LOAs from Mike Gutierrez/GAI and James Spence & Steve Grad/PSA DNA. Reserve $500. Estimate $1,000/$2,000. SOLD FOR $1,740.00

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