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    Mars Attacks Trading Cards Complete PSA-Certified Set of 55 (Topps, 1962) . Ranked as the 7th-best current set on the PSA set registry. Forty-five of the cards are certified a sterling NM-MT 8, and the other ten are NM 7. All have been certified with no qualifiers. This set remains one of the favorite non-sports cards in the entire realm of collectibles! The fifty-five cards take us through the Martians' attempted conquest of Earth, sparing not a drop of blood and gore, a saga culminating in Earth's eventual counter-attack. The drawings for the series were done by A-listers Wally Wood and Bob Powell and completed in paint by the prolific Norm Saunders.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 15
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