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    1933 World Wide Gum Babe Ruth #93 PSA NM 7. All four of the Babe Ruth cards from the 1933 Goudey series are among the most prized cards in the hobby. Offered is a magnificent representation of this key card that enjoys some elevated scarcity as it is not the standard US fare but is card #93 from the 1933 World Wide Gum series sold in Canada in 1933. This parallel of one of the hobby's most beloved issues transports us back to the days of the Depression without the unpleasantness of failed banks and bread lines.

    Graded PSA NM 7. This example is equaled by just four others with one rated higher at the top of the PSA population report. For comparison, PSA has reviewed only seventy-three WWG versions while over 1,050 of the US Goudey (#149) counterparts have found their way into a PSA slab. Essentially untouched by the passing of nearly a century, this relic provides spotless and beautifully toned surfaces to go along with mild wear to outer corner tips. Centering quality is beyond expectations and is about as perfect as one could hope for.

    Guide Value or Estimate: $20,000 - up.

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    30th Friday
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    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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    4 Days
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