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1887-1889 N172 Old Judge Collection (50)

Starting Bid - $1,000, Sold For - $7,110

Collection of fifty N172 Old Judges. This group was part of a larger collection of N172 cards, which we have broken down into several smaller lots in the auction. In the following listing, cards are identified by the numbers provided by the comprehensive Old Judge book checklist. The collection consists of the following: #6-1 Alvord (Toledo, 1888 copyright), 9-2 Andrews (Philadelphia), 19-2 Barkley (Kansas City, 1888 copyright), 28-3 Bierbauer (Philadelphia, 1889 copyright), 33-2 Boyce (Washington, 1888 copyright), 35-4 Boyle (St. Louis, 1888 copyright), 41-2 Brosnan (Minneapolis, 1888 copyright), 49-4 Buckley (Indianapolis, 1888 copyright), 51-4 Burch (St. Louis, 1888 copyright), 52-3 Burdick (Indianapolis, 1888 copyright), 59-3 Burns (Chicago), 66-4 Carpenter (Cincinnati, 1888 copyright), 102-3 Crotty (Sioux City, 1889 copyright), 103-5 Crowell (Cleveland), 104-4 Cudworth (Worcester, 1889 copyright), 112-2 Daley (Indianapolis), 125-2 Devlin (St. Louis), 134-1 Duffe (St. Louis), 137-1 Duke (Minneapolis), 142-2 Earle (Cincinnati, 1888 copyright), 146-2 Esterbrook (New York), 151-1 Fagan (Denver, 1889 copyright), 152-2 Farmer (Pittsburgh, 1888 copyright), 152-3 Farmer (St. Paul), 180-3 Gardner (Philadelphia), 198-3 Greenwood (Baltimore, 1888 copyright), 214-1 Harkins (Brooklyn), 215-3 Hart (Des Moines, 1889 copyright), 235-2 Hornung (Boston), 236-4 Hotaling (Cleveland, 1888 copyright), 239-4 Hudson (St. Louis, 1888 copyright), 240-4 Hughes (Brooklyn), 245-1 Jantzen (Minneapolis), 246-2 Jevne (Minneapolis, 1888 copyright), 250-3 Kappell (Cincinnati, 1888 copyright), 259-2 Kennedy (Omaha), 260-3 Kenyon (Des Moines, 1888 copyright), 261-1 Kerins (Louisville), 265-3 Klusman (Denver, 1889 copyright), 269-2 Krieg (St. Joseph, 1888 copyright), 269-6 Krieg (Minneapolis, 1888 copyright), 271-2 Kuehne (Pittsburgh), 280-1 Lovett (Brooklyn, 1888 copyright), 281-1 Lowe (Milwaukee), 287-6 Macullar (Des Moines), 292-3 Manning (Kansas City, 1888 copyright), 293-2 Marr (Columbus, 1889 copyright), 295-2 Maskrey (Des Moines, 1888 copyright), 414-6 Shaw (Minneapolis, 1888 copyright), and 489-3 Werrick (St. Paul, 1889 copyright). The fronts range from Vg to Ex-Mt condition (with a few lesser). Contrast varies, as is always the case with Old Judges, but overall this is a particularly strong group with reference to photo quality. Almost all of the cards have glue or paper remnants on the back from at one time being mounted into a scrapbook; several other cards have paper loss or pen/pencil notations. Such minor back imperfections would not even have to be mentioned in the “old days” of collecting, but are now noted due to the impact on grading by professional grading services. A little back damage usually “comes with the territory” with Old Judges, and most collectors are very tolerant of this, especially since so many cards were originally saved in scrapbook albums. Scans of all cards are provided online. Total: 50 cards. Reserve $1,000. Estimate $2,500++. SOLD FOR $7,110

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