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    2000's T206 Honus Wagner Original Painting by Vlasak. Honus Wagner loved to play baseball. "A bat, ball and glove and I was happy," he said and reckoned that he was great because he never tried to outshine anyone but, instead, just played to win. Wagner and his famed T206 card comes to life in this artwork by Darryl Vlasak. The Dutchman pictured from the waist up with Pittsburg emblazoned across the front on his button down gray flannel jersey with blue collar, all set against a burnt orange background. Wagner's facial features are sharp and exacting, his hair parted down the middle in the style of the day. Very realistic facial and garment features. The bottom of the card identifies him as "Wagner, Pittsburg." The image of the card is bordered by a card holder, surrounded by a gray marble border. Signed on the back twice by the artist and dated 2016. Size: 24x36".

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    May, 2016
    12th-14th Thursday-Saturday
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