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    1909-11 T206 Piedmont 150 Joe Tinker (Portrait) PSA NM-MT 8 - None Higher!
    Hall of Famer Joe Tinker was the shortstop of the famous "Tinker, to Evers, to Chance" double play combination. His career lasted fifteen years as a player but the native son of Muscotah, KS also managed for four years leading the Chicago Whales to the 1915 Federal League championship. He played in four World Series from 1906-10. This is his official "Portrait" card from the T206 series and it is an absolute stunner. An extremely strong representation from the landmark issue and one of four card featuring Tinker. The remarkable graphics feature vivid colors, tight registration and precise centering. Not to mention four "minty" to mint corners. The back displays "Piedmont - 150 Subjects" advertising with a Factory 25 caption. Graded PSA NM-MT 8. Counting all brands, this is one of eight in NM-MT with none higher and "Pop Three, None Higher!" with a Piedmont back.

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    September, 2018
    20th Thursday
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