Masterpieces and Uncommon Commons XXIX
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 9/24/2010
Nelson King will never qualify for Cooperstown induction, but his astounding 1955 Topps PSA 9 card presented here easily merits Hall of Fame cardboard status. PSA’s “pop” chart indicates that no gem mint 10’s have been recorded, making this pristine like offering share the spotlight with a handful of other mint specimens as the highest graded PSA 1955 Topps Nelson King subject! An incredible array of blue, grey and facial colored hues provide a sparkling image that is well centered between four absolutely dazzling white borders. Pin pint corners, razor sharp edging, flawless surfaces and vivid print clarity are the final unequivocal qualities elevating this card to the top of the charts. Due to injury woes, Nellie King’s Major League career was brief, but fortunately for him and an abundance of elite PSA Set registry collectors, his legacy will continue on forever via this heart stopping cardboard treasure!
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