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Introducing the highly sought-after 1989 Topps #531 Dave Hengel NM-MT Seattle Mariners Baseball Card! This exquisite collectible item is the epitome of a true gem for both baseball card enthusiasts and avid Seattle Mariners supporters alike. Crafted by the renowned Topps brand, this baseball card showcases a pristine image of Dave Hengel in action, capturing his unwavering dedication and skill on the field. Hengel, a talented outfielder who played for the Mariners, left an indelible mark on the team's impressive legacy. This card boasts a Near Mint to Mint (NM-MT) condition, ensuring that collectors and investors will derive maximum value from their purchase. Meticulously preserved over the years, the card retains its original brilliance, with no noticeable defects or imperfections visually detracting from its allure.Furthermore, this coveted card is an authentic piece of history, as it bears the official Topps logo and copyright date. Such authentication guarantees that you are investing in a legitimate and certified piece of memorabilia that will remain a coveted item for years to come.Displaying unparalleled attention to detail, the design of the card features a vibrant blend of colors, enhancing the visual appeal and making it a standout addition to any baseball card collection or display. Its standard size allows for convenient storage and organization alongside other prized possessions.Whether you are an ardent Dave Hengel fan, a dedicated Seattle Mariners supporter, or an avid collector of iconic baseball cards, this 1989 Topps #531 Dave Hengel NM-MT Seattle Mariners Baseball Card is a must-have addition to your cherished collection. Immerse yourself in the world of baseball nostalgia and immortalize the achievements of this remarkable player and the legacy of the Mariners.