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    1933 Tattoo Orbit Gabby Hartnett PSA NM+ 7.5 - Pop Two, Two Higher. Widely considered to be among the greatest catchers of the first half of the twentieth century, Hartnett is best remembered for his dramatic "Homer in the Gloaming" during the Chicago Cubs successful late-season charge toward the 1938 National League pennant. Presented is a very nice example that every Cubs fans will want to have in their collection as it is one of the finest 1933 Tattoo Orbit Gabby Hartnett's ever graded. With clean white borders, a crisp image, and vibrant colors this example has been graded PSA NM+ 7.5. From a total population of only 39 submissions, this is one of only two cards at the NM+ graded level with only two higher.


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    April, 2018
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