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    1936 R322 Goudey Baseball SGC-Graded Complete Set (25). Goudey Gum exploded the trading card market with their 1933 baseball effort. It was gamble that paid off nicely. Their 1936 effort is a reflection of the era with simple, Black & White portraits and a roster of only 25 names, mostly stars and HoFers. Offered is a completed, 25-card set where each card has been graded by SGC. Includes: SGC NM-MT 8: 2 cards, Bonura and Dykes; SGC NM 7: 6 cards, Crosetti, Derringer, Ferrell, Harris, Hemsley, and Martin; SGC EX-NM+ 6.5: 2 cards, Bordagaray and Newsom; SGC EX-NM 6: 2 cards, Camilli, and Greenberg,; SGC EX+ 5.5: 2 cards, Cuyler and Hildebrand; SGC EX 5: 3 cards, Castleman, Coscarart and Klein; SGC VG-EX+ 4.5: 1 card, Berger; SGC VG-EX 4: 2 cards, Higgins and Werber; SGC VG 3: 1 card, Cochrane; SGC Good+ 2.5: 1 card, Vosmik; SGC Authentic: 3 cards, Brubaker, Gomez and Waner.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2021
    6th-8th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 23
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