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Lot 1.  Howie Camnitz 1911 T205 Gold Border Card. At first glance, this card has a vg appearance. Technically, it is g-vg with three corners that show only light wear, several light creases and a border stain on the front.
Current Bid $20     


Lot 2.  1911 T205 Gold Border Cards of Ames, Bescher, Corridon, Devore and Doyle. Leon Ames (Sweet Caporal back) vg-ex, Robert Bescher (Sweet Caporal) vg-ex, Frank Corridon (Sweet Caporal red back) vg-ex, Joshua Devore (Honest Long Cut) g, and Lawrence Doyle (Hassan) vg-ex.
Current Bid $92     


Lot 3.  2 Vintage Cards, a 1934 Goudey Reprint Set and 70+ 1970s-90s Cards. More than 150 cards make up this collection: 1. 1909-11 T206 Waddell (throwing) p. The back is covered with scrapbook residue, and the top border has been trimmed away. 2. 1915 Zeenut, Downs, p. 3-18. Sixteen different Old Judge Type Set Series 1 reprint cards, including Ewing & Mascot, Keefe, Radbourn, Comiskey and Sunday. Ex-m overall. 19-54. 1934 Goudey reprint set of 36 with Ruth, Gehrig and numerous other HoFers. Nm to nm-m. 55. 1964 Wheaties Stamp, Snider (minor scrapbook residue on the back; otherwise) vg-ex. 56. 1972 Topps #52 Killebrew in Action ex+. 57. 1975 Topps mini #600 Carew g. 58-87. Thirty cards, 1976-93, including 1973T #1 p-f; 1979 All-Time Record Holders (6) vg-ex overall; and 1981-84 cards of Perry (3, 2 different), Jackson, Seaver, Winfield, Carew and Palmer vg to vg-ex overall. 88-92. 1993 Hoyle, four cards, including Cobb, Wagner average vg. 93-104. 1993 Conlon Collection Color, #1-12, including # GEHRIG and #4 RUTH. Nm to nm-m. 105-123. 19 Barry Halper cards, 16 different, with photos of Ruth, Gehrig, Jackson, etc. Nm-m. 124-153. 1993 Pinnacle Joe DiMaggio set of 30 cards with a Certificate of Authenticity and an authenticator lens. Nm to nm-m. 154-159. Six miscellaneous cards, nm.
Current Bid $35     


Lot 4.  1933 Goudey Wrapper Advertising a “Free Picture” of Babe Ruth. This wrapper is the variation with the promotion for the Ruth photo at the top and three baseball figures at the bottom. The wrapper has two tears of approximately 2.25” each and several edge chips.
Minimum Bid $15     


Lot 5.  3 1933 and 1 1934 Goudey Cards – All St. Louis Browns. The cards issued in 1933 are #16 g+ to vg, 18 Ruel (minor back damage) f and 198 Burns p-f. The 1934 card is #64 f.
Current Bid $25     


Lot 6.  1934 R310 Butterfinger Alvin Crowder. Vg.
Current Bid $30     


Lot 7.  PC754-1 1939-43 Hall of Fame Sepia Type 1 Postcard Charles Comiskey. G-vg.
Minimum Bid $10     


Lot 8.  PC754-1 1939-43 Hall of Fame Sepia Type 2 Postcard Doubleday Field in its Original State. Vg.
Minimum Bid $5     


Lot 9.  2 1947 Signal Gasoline Cards Featuring Oakland Oaks Players. The subjects of these cards are Maurice Van Robays and Dario Lodigiani, both vg-ex. Both players had a turn in the majors, Van Robays with the Pittsburgh Pirates, and Lodigiani, with the Athletics and White Sox.
Current Bid $25     


Lot 10.  26 Bowman Cards, 1949-55 – Garver Rookie, Scarcer 1953 Bevan Variation. The lone card from 1949 is #15, Ned Garver’s rookie, vg+. Bowman’s 1950 issue is represented by #229 Frank Frisch. Unfortunately, a budding artist operated on this card, and it earns our grade of poor (and we mean it!). 1953 B&W cards: 43 Bevan (birth year is 1930) vg-ex and 51 Burdette p. 1953 Color: #70 vg-ex. 1954 Bowman: #4, 48, 55, 68, 71, 100 Garcia and 112 Pafko g-vg. And 1955: #6, 27, 31, 39, 40 Wertz (2, one trimmed), 50, 51, 107, 121, 154 Lary rookie, 222, 247, 268 and 313 (trimmed). The ungraded cards average vg to vg-ex.
Current Bid $35     


Lot 11.  1950 Bowman Roy Campanella Card #75. Vg+ and crease-free except for a very light corner crease visible only on the back.
Current Bid $30     


Lot 12.  24 Different 1950 Callahan Hall of Fame Cards. Key cards are Bender, Cobb, Dean, Dickey, Maranville, Ruth, Simmons, Speaker, Terry and Harry Wright. These cards average p.
Current Bid $20     


Lot 13.  5 Topps Cards, 1950-53 – All St. Louis Browns – Including Satchel Paige’s Rookie. 1950 #9 (vg appearance; impressions from pencil writing on the front) p-f. 1952 #143 vg-ex. 1953 #36 g-vg, 67 vg-ex and 220 Paige rookie f.
Current Bid $35     


Lot 14.  Cleveland Indians 1951 Partial Picture Pack Set of 20 and 5 Duplicates – Feller, Doby, Etc. The 20 cards that make up the partial set, each 6.5” x 9”, are ex to ex-m. How “partial” the set is depends on the checklist. If SCD is correct, the 20 cards constitute 19 of 26 in the set plus an unchecklisted Dale Mitchell. Alternatively, if Beckett has it right, 18 of 32 cards are present, and Milt Nielsen and Birdie Tebbetts are present, but not on the checklist. Mitchell played almost his entire career with the Indians, from 1946-56. Tebbetts was with the team in 1951 and 1952. And Nielsen’s career consisted of three games for the Indians in 1949 and 16 in 1951. The 20 cards are Boone, Brissie, Chakales, Chapman, Combs, DOBY, Easter, Fahr, FELLER, Gromek, Hegan, Kennedy, LEMON, Mitchell, Nielsen, Rosen, Rozek, Simpson, Stirnweiss, Tebbetts and WYNN. The five duplicates average g: DOBY, Combs, Gromek, Rosen and Simpson.
Current Bid $30     


Lot 15.  3 1952 Topps Cards – All St. Louis Browns. The cards are #3 vg-ex, 174 vg-ex and 229 Beardon ex.
Current Bid $20     




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