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    1912 T207 Broadleaf Louis Lowdermilk PSA NM 7 (OC) - Equals Highest Grade Level Known! With a lifetime pitching record of four victories and five defeats, Louis Lowdermilk is hardly a household name among baseball historians, and seems an unlikely face to appear upon one of the hobby's most lauded cards. A severe short-printing has established him as just that, however, and here we present one of just twenty-seven examples ever to find a home in a PSA slab. The physical condition of the card is exceptional for a 100 year old relic of baseball's link to tobacco. The front is without any faults, the bold Broadleaf back is clean and legible. The lone condition element reflected in the PSA NM 7 (OC) assessment, is the precisely registered portrait and nameplate have failed to match the same 50/50 centering percentage one finds in the left and right borders. This is one of two qualified examples at the NM level. The only card to be considered nicer is a lone unqualified copy graded NM 7.

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    May, 2012
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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