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Topps did not issue a Mickey Mantle card in 1954. Bowman, who Topps bought out in 1956 did issue a Mantle card. In 1989, Topps once again began production of cards with the Bowman name, and a reproduction of the card was issued in 1996. In 2007 Topps put out a set with Mickey Mantle cards presented on the famous 1954 Topps artwork.

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