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    1884 Lawson's Playing Cards Complete Set (36) Plus Advertising Poster. One of the first card games devoted to the growing national pastime. From 1884, offered is a 37-card complete set of Lawson's base Ball playing cards. Included are 36 playing cards with baseball terms and imagery and the game value of each card. The original box grades FR with tape repairs but has all panels. A rare advertising poster for Lawson's in also included. The poster has been cropped to 9-1/2" x 11-3/4" and has been professionally mounted and framed. Eleven cards have been graded by SGC. Includes: Graded - SGC 96 MINT 9: 3 cards, Home Run, 3 Strikes Missed, Wild Throw; SGC 92 NM/MT+ 8.5: 3 cards, Forced Out, Striker, 3 Strikes; SGC 88 NM/MT 8: 3 cards, Baseman 1, Striker, Wild Throw; SGC 86 NM+ 7.5: 1 card, Base Hit 2; SGC 84 NM 7: 1 card, Striker. Grades 31% NM to NM/MT, 20% EX to EX/MT, 22% VG to VG/EX, 17% lesser.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 4
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