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Vintage Signed Baseball Card Sets Top Collect Auctions April Auction Event

A collection of partial and complete autographed vintage baseball card sets attracted bidders in Collect Auction’s spring sale, which concluded Thursday night. Headlining the group was a near set of 1958 Topps with 423 of 495 cards autographed that sold for $10,766 with the buyer’s premium.  Featuring 189 deceased players’ autographs and 39 Hall of Famers, the set varied in condition. 

Signed 1958 Topps cards

There were multiple autographs of players who appeared on one card including Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle and others.  Some cards were signed in ballpoint pen while others carry a felt-tip autograph.

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