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    1909 T204 Ramly Johnny Evers PSA EX 5. Yet another of the players that Franklin P. Adams immortalized with his verse "Baseball's Sad Lexicon" Chicago Cubs second baseman Johnny Evers is here shown from the elegant T204 Ramly edition. There is one very faint stain in the lower right corner which does nothing to detract from the pleasing eye appeal associated with this PSA EX 5 example. A very tough card to find any higher than the middle of the condition scale. One of four at the EX level with only one graded higher.

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    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
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