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According to PWCC, “In a world of high profile investment commodities, the 1952 Topps Mays is certainly on the short list of must-haves.” Most collectors consider Mays’ 1952 Topps card to be his most significant and valuable card because it’s the first Topps card to feature Mays. The overall popularity of the Topps brand, and the significance of the 1952 set, cannot be overstated. Graded a PSA 8, there are only 11 cards graded higher.


With his ability to make the spectacular seem commonplace and his positive demeanor, it’s little wonder that Willie Mays was, is, and always will be one of baseball’s most beloved figures. Over his 22-year career, the Say Hey Kid racked up a pair of MVP awards, a World Series ring, a batting title, and a whopping 12 Gold Gloves. With a rare combination of speed and power, Mays led the league four times in home runs and four times in stolen bases. His 660 homers is the sixth-most in MLB history, and his 338 swipes ties him for 122nd on the all-time list. Mays entranced both coasts (and everywhere in between), beginning his career with a Giants franchise that moved from New York to San Francisco before his seventh season in the league, then wrapping it up back in NYC with the Mets. None other than Ted Williams said, “They made the All-Star Game for Willie Mays.”


The offering contains a 1952 Topps Willie Mays in a grade of PSA 8.
This represents the first Topps card to feature Willie Mays, coming 1 year after his Bowman rookie offering.
This PSA 8 is a pop 59 with only 11 graded higher out of 2,219 graded examples.
The 1952 Topps is arguably his most popular because it is the first Topps card to feature Mays. This is the highest valued card for Willie Mays, and it only competes with Mickey Mantle in the iconic 1952 Topps set.
As a matter of historical significance, Mays would miss most of the 1952 and 1953 while serving in the military during the Korean War. Mays would make a stunning return in 1954 with a .345 batting average, a World Series victory, and “the catch.”
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Willie Mays
1952 Topps PSA 8

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