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    1909-11 T206 Piedmont Ty Cobb, Red Portrait PSA EX 5. The legendary tales of Ty Cobb, both on and off the field, have achieved an almost mythical level. The T206 White Border Series of 1909-11 honored the superstar with not one but four varieties in its Hall of Fame abundant subject roster. This example of his classic "Portrait with Red background" pose is nicely centered and offers bold hues complimented nicely by the white frame and so very, very close to perfect centering and print registration (which can be an issue with this card) resulting in an image of Cobb that conveys that fiery determination he was so noted for. Graded PSA EX 5, this card has anticipated corner wear and slight surface speckling in the upper/left combine for a solid example.

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    May, 2015
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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