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Lot # 434 (434 of 1911)   « Previous Lot | Next Lot »

1909-1911 T206 White Border SGC VG 40 Collection (71)

Starting Bid - $1,000, Sold For - $3,300

Collection of seventy different (plus one duplicate) T206 White Border tobacco cards, each graded and encapsulated VG 40 by SGC (submitted by REA). This substantial group is highlighted by Hal Chase, "Black Sox" member Eddie Cicotte, and one Southern Leaguer. All have Piedmont or Sweet Caporal advertising backs, except for three Cycle, two Sovereign, and two Polar Bear as noted below. This is part of a larger collection of T206 cards, which we have broken down into several smaller lots organized by condition. This lot consists of the following: Abbaticchio/brown sleeves, Ames/portrait, Bates, Beaumont, Bell/pitching follow thru, Bescher/hands in air, Bescher/portrait, two Brain, Bradley/portrait, Bridwell/portrait, with cap, Carey (Southern Leaguer), Charles, Chase/portrait, blue background, Cicotte (“Black Sox”), Conroy/fielding, Criger, Dahlen/Boston, Devore, Downey/batting, Doyle/throwing, Dygert (Cycle 350), Elberfeld/New York, Ford, Ganley, Hayden, Herzog/New York, Hoblitzell, I. Hoffman, Hofman, Jackson (Sovereign 350), Kleinow/New York, catching, Knight/portrait, LaPorte (Cycle 350), Lavender, Leach/portrait, Lobert, Lord, Magee/portrait, Manning/pitching, McElveen, McGann, H. McIntyre/Brooklyn, Meyers, Mitchell, P. Moran, Myers/fielding, O’Hara/New York, Oldring/batting, O’Leary/hands on knees (Sovereign 350), O’Leary/portrait, O’Neil (Polar Bear), Overall/hands waist level, Overall/portrait, Parent, Pastorious, Pickering (Sovereign 350), Reulbach/no glove showing, Seymour/throwing (Polar Bear), Shannon, F. Smith/Chicago, white cap, Snodgrass/catching, Stahl/no glove shows, Steinfeldt/with bat, Stovall/batting, Stovall/portrait, Strang, J. Tannehill, Taylor, Tenney, and Wiltse/portrait, no cap. This is a very impressive group that could serve as a substantial foundation for a high-quality T206 collection, or make a significant contribution to the completion of a an extremely high-quality set. The fact that all are in the identical grade, a grade which many believe offers one of the very best values for cards from the classic T206 series, makes this is a particularly noteworthy collection. This is an unusually large collection of quality T206 cards in the same grade to be offered as a collection. The equivalent SMR value in the assigned grades is $3,516. Total: 71 cards. Reserve $1,000. Estimate $2,000++. SOLD FOR $3,300

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