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    1910's Caramel/Candy Eddie Cicotte SGC-Graded Pair (2). Eddie Cicotte was the starting pitcher for the Sox in game 1 of the 1919 World Series. The first batter he faced was hit in the back. It was the sign the fix was on. Offered are a pair of "E" cards featuring the infamous Black Sox hurler. Includes: 19109 E95 Philadelphia Caramel graded SGC 30 Good 2 and a scarce 1911 E94 George Close candy card with a green background graded SGC 10 Poor 1.

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    July, 2018
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