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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 4/21/2023
Whether it was planned in advance or just the luck of the draw, the Topps Company released their inaugural issue with many of the game's stars from "The Big Apple" slated for the high-number series. While a late-season boost in sales by including Mantle, Campanella, J. Robinson, Reese, and the Eddie Mathews rookie card in the 1952 high-number series ultimately failed, it did create a stir decades later as 1952 Topps cards #311-407 are now among the most coveted in the industry. Virtually all cards from the high-number series graded PSA 8 or higher sell for a premium, especially the Hall of Famers, but the presented specimen isn't just a Hall of Famer, it's baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson. While not perfectly centered, it is well within the boundaries of PSA 8 specifications and rates superior to most high-number specimens. The blood-red backdrop that houses the smooth and finely detailed likeness of Robinson is free of impediments, while the pleasing white border extends out to admirable NM/MT endpoints. The surface still retains its glossy shimmer and the reverse is problem-free and near perfectly centered. It's certainly one of the most important cards from the iconic '52 set, and here it is in crisp NM/MT condition!
1952 Topps #312 Jackie Robinson PSA 8 NM-MT
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Minimum Bid: $35,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $142,256.40
Number Bids:22
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