Incredibly Rare 1970s Rookie Card In PSA 10
Arguably the most under valued rookie card from the 1970s. Eddie Murray was a model of consistency during his Hall of Fame career and is one of only six total men to claim membership in both the 500 Home Run and 3,000 Hit Clubs. When you compare the value of this rookie card against others such as Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Albert Pujols and even Alex Rodriguez it seems destined that this will soon be a $25,000+ card. There simply aren't enough of these to satisfy the demand as only eighteen have earned the illustrious designation. This most recent addition to the PSA 10 family boasts undeniable GEM MINT presentation throughout with some of the best surfaces we've seen on the issue. Entirely void of print snow with exceptional gloss, color and clarity. A completely uncirculated beauty which fully lives up to the hype. A blue-chip commodity which comes highly recommended by PWCC. One of over 17,000 cards, lots, and sets up for bid in our 3rd Auction of 2019. Click on the link above to view the other PWCC auction lots. The PWCC Vault is now live! Open a PWCC Vault account and receive a custom Vault shipping address. Purchases shipped to the Vault receive free shipping and reflect Oregon's 0% sales tax rate.
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