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    1911 & 1912 Eddie Cicotte Graded Card/Silks Quartet (4). Over 14 seasons, Eddie Cicotte racked up 209 wins including years with 21, 28 and 29 victories. He is forever under a cloud due to his involvement with gamblers during the 1919 series. Although he was acquitted, his days in professional baseball came to an abrupt end. Offered is a quartet of vintage cards/silks. Includes: 1911 S74 Colored Silks - Eddie Cicotte (GAI EX 5); 1911 M116 Sporting Life - Ed Cicotte (PSA Good 2 (MK); 1911 T205 Polar Bear - Eddie Cicotte (SGC 20 fair 1.5) and 1912 T207 Recruit - Eddie Cicotte (BVG VG 3).

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