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    1917 E135 Collins McCarthy Ty Cobb #30 PSA EX 5 - The Highest PSA Graded Example! The mid-1910's era saw a limited number of comprehensive baseball card promotions. The sets that were produced now serve as the cornerstone to many vintage collections. The Cracker Jack and M101-4 and M101-5 editions, as well as these scarcer E135 Collins McCarthy sets are highly pursued by modern hobbyists needing a vintage fix. The clean and simple design seemed to have served as inspiration for future Caramel sets that would not circulate for another four years. The E135 series is distinctive for its early use of the term "Baseball's Hall of Fame" and for being a west coast promotion. Offered is the highest graded example of baseball legend Ty Cobb. Graded PSA EX 5, there is some consistent corner wear to mention and that is it. A very solid and clean card. The finest featuring baseball's finest. One of a total of only seven reviewed by PSA.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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