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Perhaps one of the most overlooked and underrated Mantle cards, this 1964 Topps Mickey Mantle “delivers truly remarkable quality along with enviable visual appeal.” Graded a PSA 9, there is only one example graded higher. “The Mick” is a collecting immortal, delivering some of the best and most steady returns of any athlete of any era. A fine addition to any vintage baseball portfolio and one of Mantle’s most difficult cards to locate in investment grade condition.

THE ATHLETE

Mickey Mantle, nicknamed “The Mick”, was the linchpin of the New York Yankees epic dynasty during the 1950s and early 1960s. He won 7 World Series Championships, 3 Most Valuable Player awards and was selected to 20 All-Star games. His journey from humble origins to centerfielder for the New York Yankees is the stuff of the American Dream. Mantle was a classic five-tool player who possessed almost supernatural power that led to a bevy of tape measure home runs, including a 560-foot home run that remains the longest in baseball history. Mantle finished his career with 536 home runs, 1,676 runs scored, 1,509 RBI, 1,733 walks and a .298 batting average, and was selected as a first ballot Hall of Famer and member of Major League Baseball’s All-Century Team.

THE OFFERING

A sensational Mickey Mantle card from the mid-1960s.
According to RR Auctions, “One of the Hall of Famers most popular collectibles of the period, this memento, with its superb right handed batting pose illustration, is also among the most difficult of his cards to locate in investment grade condition.”
This card is graded Mint 9 by PSA, sports collectibles leading grading company. There is only one example graded higher.
“Containing four super sharp corners, fabulous depth of color and flawless edge cuts. Centering, always a challenging obstancle in 1969 Topps, is uncharacteristically precise in this fully satisfying specimen.”
According to OldSportsCards.com, “One of the more overlooked and often underrated sets of the vintage era, the 1964 Topps baseball card set packed plenty of star power and lots of color.” Mantle, of course, headlines the 1964 Topps set as its most desirable card.
Although he was on the back-end of his career by the time the 1964 season rolled around, Mantle still turned in an impressive line of 92 runs scored, 35 home runs, 111 RBI and a .303 batting average. In fact, that was his third-highest RBI total in the 14 seasons he had spent in the Majors at that point.
According to PSA, 1964 represented a transitional year for Topps baseball cards: “Over at Topps, the times were definitely a-changin. It was time for a new baseball card design, one that didn’t borrow from the past. And that’s exactly what we got: big, sharp color photographs of players with their team names splashed in bright colors above the photo and the player’s name and position set against a black background below the photo. That was it - no team logos, no second inset action photo, no wood-grain borders and no wacky color tints.”
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