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Lot # 157 (of 1411)   < Previous Lot | Next Lot >

1909-1911 T206 Hall of Fame SGC Collection (31)

Starting Bid - $1,000.00, Sold For - $9,280.00

Collection of thirty-one T206 Hall of Famers, highlighted by Ty Cobb, Christy Mathewson, and Walter Johnson. All thirty-one cards are graded and encapsulated by SGC: Baker (encapsulated as authentic due to a very slight trim, Vg-Ex appearance, Old Mill back), Beckley (encapsulated as authentic due to a very slight trim, Ex appearance, Sovereign back), Bender - trees (EX 60, Carolina Brights back), Chance - batting (VG/EX 50), Chesbro (GOOD 30), Cobb -green (GOOD 30), E. Collins (VG/EX 50), Crawford - throwing (EX 60), Davis (VG/EX 50, El Principe De Gales back), Duffy (EX 60, Tolstoi back), Evers - Chicago (VG/EX 50), Flick (VG/EX 50), Griffith - batting (VG/EX 50, Polar Bear back), Griffith - port. (FAIR 20), Jennings - both hands (VG/EX 50), Johnson - pitching (VG/EX 50, Polar Bear back), Joss - hands at chest (VG/EX 50), Joss - port. (VG 40, Sovereign back), Keeler - port. (VG 40), Kelley (VG/EX 50), Lajoie -throwing (VG/EX 50), Mathewson - white cap (VG 40), McGinnity (EX 60), McGraw - cap (VG/EX 50), Speaker (VG 40), Tinker - bat off (VG/EX 50), Waddell - throwing (encapsulated as authentic due to a very slight trim, otherwise Vg), Walsh (VG/EX 50), Wheat (EX 60, Sovereign back), Willis - throwing (EX 60), Young - glove shows (encapsulated as authentic due to a very slight trim, Ex-Mt appearance). This collection of thirty-one Hall of Famers (out of 76 in the set) represents 41% of all Hall of Famers in the entire T206 set. This is a very impressive-looking group comprised exclusively of Hall of Famers, loaded with keys cards, and with most cards having an appearance superior to their technically accurate assigned grades. Total 31 cards. Reserve $1,000. Estimate $2,000/$4,000. SOLD FOR $9,280.00

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