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One of the most widely recognized of all post-war baseball cards. In 1954, Ted Williams was under contract with Topps. Bowman issued his card as number 66 in their set but after learning of contractual conflicts with Topps they pulled the Williams card and replaced it with Jimmy Piersall as number 66 in the set. Thus, limiting the number of those that were produced and making it a fairly scare card. This is a very nice example which was recently discovered and then graded by PSA about 2 months ago. Centering is not bad, almost 50/50 top to bottom and 65/35 left to right. The color is beautiful and the surface of the card has its original gloss and is scratch-free. The back is equally as clean. Corner have hints of wear with them looking sharp to the naked eye but under magnification there is some softness.
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