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1941 Double Play Complete Set Group Break
It’s like opening a pack of 1941 Double Play, plus there is a guaranteed checklist! Someone will take home Ted Williams, Joe Dimaggio, or other Hall of Famers. Some will take home nice commons to add to a set or use as trade bait. For more details on how Burl’s Sports vintage set breaks work, check out this link.
1941 Double Play Complete Set Break Pricing Info
$49.99 = 1 random slot in the group set break (free shipping!)
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Offered is a complete set of 1941 Double Play baseball cards. The regular set contains 75 cards, with two players on each card. Each card has two numbers, so the cards are numbered 1/2, 3/4, 5/6, etc. With the book value started at $40 and up per card, this set is loaded with value. This set is ranges from G to EX-MT condition, with the majority of the cards falling in the VG to EX range. The top four cards in terms of book value have been graded by SGC and are as follows: 57/58 Williams/Tabor SGC Auth, 61/62 Gomez/Rizzuto SGC 50, 63/64 DiMaggio/Keller SGC 35, and 81/82 Williams/Cronin SGC 40.
New to Burl’s Sports Vintage Breaks? Find out more here: http://burlssports.com/vintage-group-set-breaks/ For the purpose of this set break, slot #1 will receive card 1/2 Fench/Page, slot #2 will receive card 3/4, slot #40 will receive card 81/82 Williams/Cronin, and so forth.
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