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1957 Topps Complete Set (407 plus 2 Checklist)
Starting Bid - $1,000, Sold For - $4,740
5% Nr/Mt , 85% ranging from Ex to Ex-Mt, and 10% Vg-Ex (includes a few lesser). Ten cards have been graded by PSA (all submitted by REA). Keys: #1 T. Williams (PSA EX 5), 2 Berra (Ex), 7 Aparicio (Ex), 10 Mays (PSA EX+ 5.5), 15 Roberts (Ex), 18 Drysdale RC (PSA NM 7, mislabeled as 1958 Topps), 20 Aaron (PSA EX-MT 6), 24 Mazeroski (Ex), 25 Ford (Ex-Mt), 30 Reese (Ex), 35 F. Robinson RC (PSA EX 5), 38 Fox (Ex), 40 Wynn (Ex), 55 Banks (Ex), 62 Martin (Ex), 70 Ashburn (Ex), 76 Clemente (PSA EX+ 5.5), 80 Hodges (slight trim, otherwise Ex), 90 Spahn (Ex-Mt), 95 Mantle (PSA EX-MT 6), 97 Yankees Team (Ex), 125 Kaline (Ex-Mt), 165 Kluszewski (Ex-Mt), 170 Snider (Ex), 210 Campanella (Ex), 212 Colavito RC (Ex-Mt), 250 Mathews (Ex), 286 Richardson RC (Ex), 302 Koufax (PSA EX-MT 6), 312 Kubek RC (Ex-Mt), 324 Dodgers Team (Ex), 328 B. Robinson RC (PSA EX-MT+ 6.5), 338 Bunning RC (Ex), 400 Dodgers' Sluggers (Ex/Ex-Mt), and 407 Mantle/Berra (rejected by PSA for being altered, otherwise Ex). Also included with the set are two Checklist cards: Checklist 1/2 (checked on back, otherwise Vg) and Checklist 3/4 (checked on back, otherwise Ex). 1957 Topps has always been very popular due to its classic photographic style and inclusion of so many stars. This is a very attractive complete set with all but a small percentage of cards ranging from Ex to Nr/Mt. The 1957 Topps represents one of the all-time classic 1950s issues from the "golden years" of baseball. The SMR value for just nine of the graded cards (not including the one altered card of #407 Mantle/Berra and 399 ungraded cards!) is $1,895. This is a very sharp-looking set and one with tremendous break value. Total: 409 cards (set of 407 plus 2 checklist cards). Reserve $1,000. Estimate $2,000/$3,000+. SOLD FOR $4,740
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