At just 54 cards, with reasonably priced Hall of Famers and a pair of cards that feature Babe Ruth, the 1931 W517 baseball set is easy to like.
They were in a box of hand-me-downs but the young boy who got them in the 1960s felt they should go back to the original owner who’d been serving in Vietnam.
Dismiss if you must, but sooner or later at least a few modern era card sets will gather some long-term respect.
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