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July 10. 2013 12:53PM

Second version of H.W. Bush baseball card confirmed after Sununu prompts inquiry


 

The discrepancy came to light when former White House chief of staff and avid baseball card collector John H. Sununu sent some of the 11 cards he was given by the president to Orlando's company to be graded. Experts were caught off-guard because unlike Sununu's cards, none of the others they'd seen had the glossy coating.

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