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    1910 E90-2 American Caramel Complete SGC-Graded Set (11). Offered is a complete 11-card set of E90-2 American Caramel featuring the 1909 Pittsburgh Pirates. American Caramel was a Pennsylvania-based company, so after the Pirates won the pennant in 1909 and went on to beat the Tigers in the World Series, it was only logical that they produce a small set to commemorate that team. These cards are significantly more difficult than the standard E90-1 American Caramels issued a year earlier because they were only issued regionally. The most recognizable name is the great Honus Wagner. This is one of his most coveted cards and is conveyed by the same image as his famous T206 card. Includes: Graded cards - SGC 50 VG-EX 4: 3 cards w/ Clarke, Hyatt, Wagner. SGC 40 VG 3: 4 cards w/ Adams, Leach, Maddox, Miller. SGC 30 GOOD 2: 2 cards w/ Gibson, Phillippe. SGC 20 FAIR: 2 cards w/ Leever, Wilson.

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    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
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