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The Mickey Mantle card that you have might be a card made by the Exhibit Supply Company. These 3 3/8" x 5 3/8" Vending cards could be purchased from a vending machine for one cents back in the 1950's. The back of the cards are blank. They are not rare, and sell for about $50.-$150. in near/mint condition depending on the year issued. See Related Links below for more information, and pictures of the Exhibit Supply Company Cards.

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