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    1930-43 Chicago Cubs Team Picture Pack Sets (5) Plus Envelopes. The team picture pack first appeared in the early 1930's and was a staple at stadium souvenir stands well into the 1950's. Offered is a selection of five near or complete sets featuring the Chicago Cubs. Four of the five sets have original envelope included. Stars making appearances are Hornsby, Hartnett, Cuyler, Schalk, Herman, Root, Cavaretta, Klein, Hack and Stanky. The group includes sets from the 1930 Chicago Cubs Near Set (26/28, missing Grace and Helmsley), 1932 Chicago Cubs Near Set (32/35, missing Campbell, Richbourg, H. Taylor) - No envelope, 1936 Chicago Cubs Near Set (33/34, missing Henshaw), 1941 Chicago Cubs Complete Set (25) and 1943 Chicago Cubs Complete Set (25). The 1930 set grades VG to EX with a few lesser due to ink on reverse, the others (with some slightly lesser exceptions in each) grade EX to EX/MT. From the Roger Marth collection.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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