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UD Dual Mystery Cuts Pics

January 9th, 2008 by Alex

Here are some pictures of the UD Dual Mystery Cuts from Beckett:

Lucille Balle/Desi Arnaz
Ball/Arnaz Dual Mystery Cut

Robert Kennedy/Jimmy Hoffa
Kennedy/Hoffa Dual Mystery Cut

Babe Ruth/Roger Maris
Ruth/Maris Dual Mystery Cut

Sweet Cards! And Upper Deck’s new logo in action. The Lucille Ball/Desi Arnaz actually looks best in terms of eye appeal, although I probably wouldn’t choose that card if I had the chance.

So far three cards have been redeemed: Babe Ruth/Roger Maris, John F. Kennedy/Jacqueline Onassis, and John F. Kennedy/Marilyn Monroe. I would have taken the Kennedy/Monroe if I had first choice.

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