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Lot # 266 (of 1866)   < Previous Lot | Next Lot >

1909 to 1922 Caramel-Card Type Collection (10)

Starting Bid - $500, Sold For - $2,252

Collection of ten different cards, each professionally graded by PSA or SGC, from eight different classic caramel-card issues spanning the years 1909 to 1922. Each card in this collection has been carefully chosen for its exceptional high quality and condition (all but one are highest-graded examples) and outstanding visual appeal. This collection consists of the following: 1) 1909 E101: Heinie Zimmerman (PSA EX 5, 1 of 1, highest graded). 2) 1909 E90-1 American Caramel: George Mullin (PSA EX-MT 6, highest graded). 3) 1910 E98: George Mullin (PSA EX-MT 6, highest-graded blue background). 4) 1915 E106 American Caramel: Clyde Engle (SGC VG/EX 50, highest graded). 5) 1916 E135 Collins-McCarthy: #117 "Chief" Meyers (PSA EX 5, 1 of 1, one higher). 6) 1921 E253 Oxford Confectionery: Cy Perkins (PSA EX-MT 6, highest graded). 7-8) 1922 E120 American Caramel Series of 240: Ernie Johnson and Vern Clemons (both SGC NM 84, each 1 of 1, highest graded). 9-10) 1922 E121 American Caramel Series of 120: Urban Shocker (PSA NM 7, 1 of 1, highest graded) and W. Wambsganss (SGC NM 84, 1 of 1, highest graded). This is a tremendous assembly of high-quality caramel cards, all of which would be extraordinary additions to any world-class type-card or prewar-card collection. The SMR value for just seven of the cards (no SMR pricing is available for the E101, E135, or E253 sets) is $1,705. Total: 10 cards. Reserve $500. Estimate $1,000/$1,500+. SOLD FOR $2,252


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