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Lot 1.  9 Different 1909-11 T51 Murad “College Series” Cards – 3 Baseball, 1 Hockey. These cards represent Bethany College (baseball) vg-ex, Blackburn (duck hunting) f, Central (sailing) f-g, Hobart (lacrosse) f, Kentucky Wesleyan (baseball) vg, Penn State (baseball) vg-ex, Rochester (hockey) p-f, St. Louis (sailing) f-g and Swathmore (lacrosse) f. Two cards are from the 1-25 Series (second edition), and the rest are from the 126-150 Series. The Penn State card shows moderate back damage, and the Kentucky Wesleyan card has minor back damage and glue residue. The grades indicate the condition of the card fronts.
Winning Bid $35.


Lot 2.  1880s Baseball Trade Card – “He may yet become President.” Multi-colored card from a set that otherwise is non-sport featuring a boy smoking and holding a baseball bat. Vg-ex front. The back, which promotes the Reading, PA, Chemical and Fertilizing Co., has glue stains. All type is present and fully readable.
Winning Bid $25.


Lot 3.  1889 H804-1B Tobin Litho Baby Talk Series Card of Baby McKee – “Tan ‘oo’ Tetch.” Clean front, light to moderate crease in the upper right, light stains in the upper left on the back. The card promotes a Harrisburg, PA, boiler manufacturer.
Winning Bid $45.


Lot 4.  1909-11 E90-1 American Caramel Card of Lou Criger. This card has strong corners and colors, is centered toward the top and has black marks, possibly from a rubber stamp, on the front. The back is clean. Vg.
Winning Bid $30.


Lot 5.  1911 T205 Rehel Oakes. Clean vg card with a Piedmont back. The card shows corner wear and a very light crease.
Winning Bid $20.


Lot 6.  1912 T202 Hassan Triple Folder “Collins Easily Safe” with Collins and Murphy. The card is irregularly trimmed along the bottom, apparently as manufactured. Otherwise, it is vg.
Winning Bid $50.


Lot 7.  4 1912 T202 Hassan Triple Folders. The cards are: Chance Beats Out a Hit (Archer, McIntire) f-g. Cree Rolls Home (Daubert, Hummel) f. McConnell Caught (Needham, Richie) f. Stone About to Swing. (Sheckard, Schulte) p-f. A heavy vertical crease in the center affects the grade of each card, which looks better than the grade indicates.
Winning Bid $138.


Lot 8.  1912 T207 Claude Derrick. F-g with a Recruit back.
Winning Bid $15.


Lot 9.  11 1914 B18 Blankets. This group consists of Burns (green basepaths), Doyle (brown basepaths), Fletcher (2, one with brown and one with green basepaths), Grant (3, two with green and one with brown basepaths), Meyers (green basepaths), Murray (2, one with green and one with brown basepaths) and Snodgrass (green basepaths). All of these blankets were sewn at some point, and each has tiny holes from stitches along the edges. Ignoring the stitch holes, they grade: Vg: 1 blanket. G-vg: 3. G: 3. F-g: 1. F: 1. P-f: 2.
Winning Bid $30.


Lot 10.  1915 E145 Cracker Jack #135 William Killifer. F.
Winning Bid $40.


Lot 11.  4 American Caramel Cards from 4 Different Issues. The earliest is 1921 E121 Series of 80 Fred Toney (trees in background) vg-ex. Jack McInnis represents the 1922 E121 Series of 120 (trimmed) p. The third card “Bullet Joe” Bush, is from the 1922 E120 Series of 240 vg. The card from the 1927 E126 Series of 60 is #56 “Jakie” May vg.
Winning Bid $45.


Lot 12.  1925-31 Postcard-Back Exhibit of Paul Waner (Portrait). Technically p with the upper left corner detached and reattached with tape on the back.
Winning Bid $20.


Lot 13.  1929 R316 Kashin Lloyd Waner Card. Vg-ex.
Winning Bid $55.


Lot 14.  1931 W517 #2 Pie Traynor (HoF). This sepia strip card measures 2 15/16” left-to-right; on the top and bottom, the lines show where the card was cut from the two others in the strip. Vg.
Winning Bid $35.


Lot 15.  1931 W517 #19 Kiki Cuyler (HoF). Ex+. This card measures 2 15/16” x 3 7/8”. Some guides give the size as 3” x 4”. However, we’ve measured this card against uncut strips, and it’s right on left-to-right. It also is consistent top-to-bottom with a strip card cut exactly on the dotted lines.
Winning Bid $45.
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