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What is the value of a 1957 vintage Mickey Mantle plate?

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2006-07-02 04:37:39
2006-07-02 04:37:39

I could help you out if you can supply a picture or a better description of the plate. I will also place a couple of links to Mickey Mantle Plates.

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