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1957 Topps Partial Set (330/407)

Starting Bid - $300, Sold For - $1,800

5% Ex-Mt, 63% Ex, 26% Vg-Ex, and 6% Vg. Presented is a very attractive partial set of the classic 1957 Topps issue consisting of 330 different cards (out of 407 in a complete set). This partial set is highlighted by the rookie cards of Don Drysdale, Frank Robinson, and Brooks Robinson, as well as many additional key star cards, among them Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, and Sandy Koufax. Twenty-one cards are professionally graded and encapsulated by PSA. Keys: #1 T. Williams (Vg), 2 Berra (EX 5), 7 Aparicio (EX-MT 6), 10 Mays (EX 5), 15 Roberts (Vg-Ex+), 18 Drysdale RC (Vg+), 20 Aaron (VG-EX 4), 25 Ford (EX 5), 35 F. Robinson RC (Vg-Ex+), 38 Fox (NM-MT 8 [OC]), 40 Wynn (EX-MT 6), 55 Banks (EX 5), 70 Ashburn (EX-MT 6), 76 Clemente (EX-MT 6), 80 Hodges (EX 5), 97 Yankees Team (Vg-Ex+), 120 Lemon (Ex), 125 Kaline (Vg-Ex+), 154 Schoendienst (Ex), 203 Wilhelm (EX-MT 6), 210 Campanella (EX 5), 212 Colavito RC (Vg-Ex+), 230 Kell (Ex-Mt), 250 Mathews (EX-MT 6), 270 Senators Team (EX-MT+ 6.5), 275 Indians Team (EX 5), 302 Koufax (Vg-Ex+), 317 Giants Team (NM 7 [MC]), 324 Dodgers Team (EX 5), 328 B. Robinson RC (Vg-Ex), and 400 Dodgers' Sluggers (EX 5). Other Graded Cards: #277 (EX 5) and 336 (EX-MT 6). 1957 Topps have always been very popular due to their classic photographic style and inclusion of so many stars. Extremely attractive mid-grade near-complete and complete sets of classic issues from the 1950s such as this always generate tremendous collector interest. The total SMR value for just eighteen of the twenty-one graded cards (excluding the two qualified cards and the one VG-EX 4, and not including the additional 309 ungraded cards!) is $923. Total: 330 cards.  Reserve $300. Estimate $1,000+. SOLD FOR $1,800


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