1963 Topps Peel-Offs Hank Aaron baseball card sticker
 
 
 
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1963 Topps Peel-Offs Hank Aaron baseball card sticker
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In 1963, Topps included these "peel-off" stickers as inserts in their packs of baseball cards. Most kids would peel off the protective paper backing and stick these on their notebooks. That is why these have become rarities in their original unmolested condition. This specimen has somehow survived in near mint/mint condition [graded 8 by PSA].

Hank Aaron, of course, is the baseball hall-of-famer who broke Babe Ruth's all-time home run record in the 1970s and is considered by many the "true" home run king even though his record was broken by Barry Bonds in the modern [steroid] baseball era.
 
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Product ID 271
Category Black Americana, Ephemera, Sports
Circa 1963
Condition near mint - mint PSA 8
Price 250.00

   
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