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EAN-130011107000091   EAN-13 barcode 0011107000091
UPC-A011107000091   UPC-A barcode 011107000091
UPC-E01110791   UPC-E barcode 01110791
BrandAutograph Warehouse
Product NameVin Baker autographed Basketball Card (Milwaukee Bucks) 1994 Hoops No.363 Rookie
CategoryHome: Appliances
Short DescriptionVin Baker autographed Basketball Card (Milwaukee Bucks) 1994 Hoops No.363 Rookie item comes fully certified with a tamper-evident, serialized hologram and certificate of authenticity. Officially licensed NBA product. Signed By - Vin Baker Item weight
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Created05-04-2021 7:07:53am
Modified06-19-2021 11:42:35pm
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