1912-1913 T215 Red Cross Tobacco (Type 2) Dots Miller - Highest Graded!

Sold For: $1,200

Auction Year: 2016 fall

Lot: 614

Item Year: 1912

Category: Prewar Baseball Cards (1900-1941)

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Graded VG/EX+ 55 by SGC. This is the ONLY example graded at this level with none higher! Extremely rare sample card of 1912-1913 T215 Red Cross Tobacco (Type 2), featuring Dots Miller of the Pittsburgh Pirates. T215 Red Cross is one of tobacco-card collecting's most overlooked issues. Very similar in design and borrowing images from the T206 set, T215 Red Cross cards are believed to have been issued exclusively in the Louisiana area. The cards measure 1-1/2 x 2-5/8 inches, which is the standard size for tobacco issues. The offered example is bright, crisp, and clean, with bold colors, light even wear to the corners, and centering to the right. The Red Cross advertisement on the reverse is boldly printed and centered to the bottom (when held horizontally as intended). This is a very desirable sample from one of tobacco-card collecting's rarest sets. Reserve $300. Estimate $500+.


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