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    1910 E102 "Set of 25" Nap Lajoie PSA EX-MT 6 - Pop One, Highest! Napoleon Lajoie was a turn-of-the-century hero renowned for being among the finest ballplayers both on and off the field of the era. Lajoie's talents were at the top of the sport, until a youngster named Ty Cobb blossomed into a superstar in 1907. The offered E102 of Lajoie features one of the best poses of the early candy releases. The front and back are problem free with no creases/wrinkles, amazing colors and four high quality corners, centering seems to be the main reason for the grade. A solid example. Graded PSA EX-MT 6, this is the highest graded example on record with PSA, there are none rated any higher on the SGC census.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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