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    1935 R321 Goudey 4-In-1 Uncut Panel With Babe Ruth Plus Ten Other HoFers! The inspiration for the 1935 Goudey series could have been the Exhibit cards of the same era that featured four players or a bad economy. Goudey used the same professionally detailed illustrations of baseball finest and escalated the game by making the backs into puzzle pieces from one of nine different scenes. Uncut panels of six or twelve cards are rarely made available at auction. There is no shortage of HoFers here with Grimes, Klein, Cuyler, Bottomley, Paul & Lloyd Waner, W. Hoyt, Bill Terry, T. Jackson and Rabbit Maranville all making appearances. It is the appearance by Babe Ruth that makes this approx. 7 x 5-3/4" panel so special. This is one of the last cards Ruth appeared on during his career. The back displays the full "Picture 3" of the Cardinals Frank Frisch. The piece presents nicely but shows two vertical folds. A rare find and a great Ruth collectible.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2018
    19th-20th Thursday-Friday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 16
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