A 1957 Parkhurst hockey set made it to a Canadian post office, but then what?
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Topps has revealed its list of short printed autograph cards–and other quirks–inside its newly-released Allen & Ginter set.
March 10, 2010 By Rich MuellerJuly 16, 2009 By Rich Mueller
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