The 1955 Braves Spic and Span Die-Cut Baseball set contains 18 unnumbered die-cut cards meant to be folded together so they stand up, and all feature a Milwaukee Braves player in action. These were handed out at a dry cleaning chain aptly called "Spic and Span", and were just one series of promotions offered from the cleaners from 1953-1960.
The 1955 Braves Spic and Span Die-Cut Baseball cards are 7½" on their base, and vary in height from 7" to 8" depending on the player. They are very condition sensitive, and they are impossible to find in pristine condition.
By Dean Hanley
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