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    1888 N29 Allen & Ginter "World Champions" Near Set (36/50) - With Ewing, Fogarty and Miller. NOTE: There are 13 graded cards. The detail portion was and is correct.

    This presentation is new to our hobby and are being offered for sale in any format for the first time. This series was the second "World's Champions" edition produced by Allen & Ginter in the late 1880's. While offering the same fine selection of contemporary athletes from various sporting endeavors, this edition is overall, are far scarcer than their N28 counterparts. Thirteen cards have been graded by PSA. Every card has a vintage cut but as is common with 19th Century issues, about half may be deemed the arbitrary "minimum size not met" designation for third party graders. Includes: Graded - PSA NM+ 7.5: 1 card, Page; PSA EX-MT 6: 5 cards, Bibby, Havlin, McGee, Sears and Stone; PSA EX+ 5.5: 2 cards, Crocker and Edwards; PSA EX 5: 4 cards, Bauer, Ewing/Baseball, Fogarty/Baseball and Miller/Baseball; PSA VG-EX 4: 1 card, Duffy. Grades 58% EX to EX/MT with one nicer, 42% V G to VG/EX with one lesser.

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    May, 2013
    2nd-4th Thursday-Saturday
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