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    Circa 1910 Adrian "Cap" Anson Signed Cut Signature Display.
    The dominant baseball player of nineteenth-century baseball, Adrian Constantine Anson was the first player to amass 3,000 hits and the second manager to total 1,000 victories. And despite playing his last game in 1897, he is still the Chicago franchise's all-time hit leader.

    The Anson display (double-matted and framed 20.75x16.5") featured here includes cut pencil signature (2.25x1.25" visible in mat), with the "AC" bolder than the "Anson,Perez-Steele card; and " which grades about a 7/10; and an image of a young Cap in a Chicago tie-front. Auction LOA from SGC Authentic.


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    May, 2018
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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