The last name in white variation of Mickey Mantle's final Topps card just keeps going up and up in value and popularity, with no real sign of stopping. Two of the corners are sharp, the other two have barely lost their point. With the exception of a small, discolored chip in the upper part of the left border - no doubt one of the two key factors in the grade - the other being the wax or gum stain visible on the reverse. The edges are nice and crisp and the centering is very nice. This is one of the top cards of the 1960's and a fitting coda to the Mick's illustrious career.