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The Goudey Gum Co. in Boston was the first manufacturers to issue baseball cards with gum when they produced their ultra popular 240 card set in 1933. Loaded with Hall of Famers, the 1933 set’s colorful images and reverse side detailed player storylines made an instant “splash” with avid baseball fans who actively sought after the most prestigious players in the sets. One of the more desirable players is the New York Giant’s Hall of Fame 1st baseman Bill Terry, presented here in an outstanding PSA 8 holder. While Terry is one of the most underrated hitters ever to grace a baseball diamond, his achievement of batting .400 places him in the same breath with the incomparable Ted Williams since Ted was the last American Leaguer to accomplish this feat. With that in mind, vintage cardboard enthusiasts actively seek Terry’s most popular cards, and his stupendous representation on the offered example may be his best ever!
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1933 Goudey Bill Terry #125 PSA 8 NM-MT

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Minimum Bid: $400.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,138.80
Number Bids: 9
Auction closed on Friday, December 1, 2017.
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