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    1934 World Wide Gum Baseball Uncut Panel With Twenty-Four Cards. Discouraged by taunts that they were behind the times, the Canadian World Wide Gum manufacturers embraced the design of the 1933 Goudey issue up to the midway point for their 1934 effort, offering the contemporary '33 style for card numbers one to forty-eight. And so our neighbors to the north became the beneficiaries with copy in both French and English on the verso. On the face, this incredible panel is a dead ringer for the 1933 American Goudey cards. The 24-card panel includes #'s 1 through 12 and 25 through 36. There are names like Eppa Rixey, Rabbit Maranville, Tris Speaker, Rogers Hornsby and the Sultan of Swat himself - Babe Ruth! Colors quality could not be more radiant. Surfaces have largely failed to attract those pesky creases and wrinkles one so commonly sees (although there are two very faint ones affecting three cards, including Hornsby) with vintage collectibles. Professionally matted and framed with front and back visibility to an overall size of 21-1/2" x 18-1/2."

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