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1909-1911 T206 White Border SGC VG/EX 50 Collection (56)
Starting Bid - $1,000, Sold For - $5,875
Collection of fifty-six different T206 White Border tobacco cards, each graded and encapsulated VG/EX 50 by SGC (all submitted by REA). All have Piedmont or Sweet Caporal advertisements on back unless otherwise noted. This is part of a larger collection of T206 cards, which we have broken down into several smaller lots organized by condition. Naturally, this is an extraordinarily consistent collection in terms of condition, and represents an exceptional opportunity to acquire a very substantial group of fifty-six different classic T206 cards (10% of the entire set!) in an extremely desirable and consistent grade. Consists of the following: Batch, Blackburne, Burch - bat, Casey, Chase - pink, Clancy, Clark - Columbus (Tolstoi back), Clarke - Cleveland, Covaleski, Crandall - cap, Dineen, Doolan - bat, Dubuc, Easterley, Elberfeld - port., NY (Sovereign back), Gandal ("Black Sox" member), Ganzel, Gaspar, Gibson, Graham - Boston, Hahn, Hartsel, Hinchman - Cleveland, Howard - Chicago, Hulswitt, Hunter, Jones - St. Louis (Sovereign back), Kleinow - catching, NY, Knabe, Knight - bat, Latham, Liebhardt (Sovereign back), Leifield - pitching, Manning - bat, McIntyre - Det., Milligan, Mitchell - Cin., Mullen, Murray - port., O'Brien, Overall - face level, Paskert, Pfeister, Purtell, Puttman, Randall, Schlei - bat, Slagle, Smith - white cap, Snodgrass - bat, Stovall - bat, Unglaub, Wilhelm - hands at chest, Willetts, Williams, and Young - Minn. Bright and crisp extremely attractive collection, all in uniform grade, from the most popular and classic set of the era. This is a very substantial group, and a tremendous start to a T206 set. The equivalent SMR value for the assigned grades is $4,880. Total: 56 cards. Reserve $1,000. Estimate $2,000/$4,000. SOLD FOR $5,875
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