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    1911 T205 Hassan Fred Snodgrass PSA NM-MT 8 - The Highest Graded Example!
    Fred Snodgrass was a 9-year veteran who played most of his career with the New York Giants. The Giants were NL champs for three years in a row from 1911-1913 but lost all three World Series to Connie Mack's Athletics and Red Sox. He is best remembered for an error he made in the 1912 World Series that eventually led to a Red Sox victory. Winning this card is no error. The card barely shows any sign of being handled or even public circulation. The only thing we see are two small dots of surface marring in the left border. Corners come to 90-degree angles and his colorful portrait is perfectly centered. Graded PSA NM-MT 8, this is the one and only example to rate a NM-MT from PSA and there are none graded any higher!


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    May, 2015
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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