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Notas del vendedor:
“Nice condition for a 32 year old publication!”
Modified Item:
No
Country/Region of Manufacture:
Unknown
Player:
Lee Thomas, Nick Leyva
Team-NFL:
N/A
Original/Reproduction:
Original
Grade:
Near Mint
Year:
1989
Team-Baseball:
Philadelphia Phillies
Vintage:
Yes
Team-Hockey:
N/A
Sport:
Baseball
Team:
Philadelphia Phillies
Team-Basketball:
N/A

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