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    1887 N172 Old Judge Wilbert Robinson (#388-2) PSA EX-MT 6 (MK). Wilbert Robinson made his professional debut in 1886 as a young 21-year old catcher for Philadelphia but he is best known for his years in Baltimore playing and learning the game aside Ned Hanlon, John McGraw, Hughie Jennings and Kid Gleason. He would go on to be one of the better skippers of the early 20th Century. He is also well known to N172 specialists for being one of the toughest Old Judge HoFers should one want to add one to their collection. The second most rare HoFer according the book "The Photographic Baseball Cards of Goodwin & Company (1886-1890 )." Pose: #388-2 Catching, Looking Up, Hands Head High; Caption: ROBINSON, C. Athletics; Grade: PSA EX-MT 6 (MK) with ink notations on rev.; Photo Quality: Very Good.

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