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Pete Rose is among the most controversial figures in baseball history. His skill, reckless abandon, and desire to win endeared him to millions of baseball fans, but that same hard edge combined with personal missteps to give his detractors more than enough fodder to tear him down. Through baserunning and bravado, girlfriends and gambling, one thing was indisputable: Pete Rose was an outstanding baseball player. Featured here is an exceptionally attractive 1964 Topps rendition of Pete Rose, the very first thing that comes to the viewer's attention is the tremendous color as well as the near perfect focus of the central image of the pasteboard. As well the card has seemingly beat the odds and is nearly perfectly centered which is very uncommon for the issue. The surface of the card is a crystal clear shimmering presentation that shows no flaws and is topped off by an exceptional layer of original gloss. Each of the four corners are exact ninety degree angles, with absolutely no wear apparent all the way to the very tips of the corners. The reverse is a smashing success with a deep orange palate and not even a slight chip along the fragile edges. To date, there have been 4604 copies of this card graded by PSA and .0076% of all graded copies have graded MINT 9 without a single example having been graded GEM MINT 10!
1964 Topps #125 Pete Rose All-Star Rookie PSA 9 MINT
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Minimum Bid: $6,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $63,872.40
Number Bids:32
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