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When it comes to identifying the Robinson card that stands above the rest, there’s not much to debate. Robinson did play in three different decades and was a fan favorite, so there are plenty of cards to choose from, but few of them can even make a case for consideration. The 1957 Topps set contains several key rookie cards, including those of Don Drysdale, Bill Mazeroski, Frank Robinson, and Jim Bunning. The Brooks rookie (#328), however, is arguably the most desirable of the bunch. Many of the cards within the set possess a rather dull look due to the design. That is not the case with this classic card. The Robinson rookie has a bright appearance. The light-colored background and large portrait of the Hall of Famer make it one of the best-looking cards in the set. That light background, however, can also be a haven for dark print defects, which is one of the condition obstacles for the card. Comes with a Gotta Have Rock & Roll™ Certificate of Authenticity.
1957 Topps #328 Brooks Robinson SGC Authentic
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Estimate: $750 - $1,000
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Auction closed on Saturday, October 17, 2020.
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