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    1911 E100 Bishop & Co. Buck Weaver (Type 1-Blue) SGC 20 Fair 1.5. Cards from this seldom-seen set were issued by the Bishop & Co. of Los Angeles, California. The firm produced a similar set a year earlier and both sets are both among the scarcest "E" issues. Both promotions show case players from the Pacific Coast League. By far, the most accomplished player on the E100 roster is "Buck" Weaver, one of the infamous "Eight Men Out" from 1919 Chicago Black Sox fame. Weaver batted .324 in the Series with no errors committed on the field. While he maintained his innocence, Weaver was banned for having knowledge of the fix and not informing team officials. This role has made him one of the most popular subjects within any card set, and while not enshrined in Cooperstown, his cards have the tendency to sell for Hall of Fame numbers. The offered card has a Blue background and has been graded SGC 20 Fair 1.5. One of only thirteen total rated by SGC.

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    April, 2018
    19th-20th Thursday-Friday
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