Martin Luther King Jr.‘s place in history is quite substantial and he appears on a decent amount of cardboard for a historical figure, but a cut autograph of the civil rights icon is not so easy to find.
He appears on fewer than 10 cut autos with the first coming from Upper Deck back in 2004. That 1/1 card was in the 2004 SP Game Used Patch Cut Signatures set.
Topps followed with cut autos in 2005, 2009 and 2010 for its flagship baseball set, American Heritage and Allen & Ginter releases, while SportKings (above) included him in its 2010 release. The remainder of the releases in recent years are from cut-autograph displays and cut-based brands.
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