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Graded EX/NM+ 6.5 by SGC. Baseball’s first superstar was the dominant on-field figure of nineteenth-century baseball. He was a small-town boy from Iowa who earned his fame as the playing manager of the fabled Chicago White Stockings, the National League team now known as the Cubs. A larger-than-life figure of great talents and great faults, Anson managed the White Stockings to five pennants and set all the batting records that men such as Ty Cobb and Babe Ruth later broke. Anson was the second manager (after Harry Wright) to win 1,000 games and the first player to stroke 3,000 hits. presented is truly one of the most attractive 19th century collectibles that we have had the chance to offer. Exceptionally well centered with four upper end corners with just the upper right showing the slighted amount of rounding which seems to be as much from the original cut as it doesn't appear to be from wear. The reverse is a pleasing deeply inked presentation that is void of any staining. A terrific keepsake offered at the very top end of the grade.
1887 N28 Allen & Ginter Adrian C. Anson SGC 6.5 EX-NM+
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Minimum Bid: $1,600.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $8,030.40
Number Bids:15
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