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    1884 Providence Grays Photographic Print with Hoss Radbourn. It was one of the most dominant professional teams of the 19th century, cruising to a National League Championship by a margin of more than ten games. Arguably the most essential component of that reign of dominance was Charles "Old Hoss" Radbourne, who'd claim pitching's Triple Crown with an absurd fifty-nine wins, a 1.38 earned run average and 441 strikeouts in 678.2 innings of work.

    We see him standing at far left in this photographic print on paper, each pictured player identified in text at lower margin. The visible area of the print measures approximately 9.5x12", with matting and framing completing the dimensions at 16x20". Close inspection reveals minor foxing and a small paper imperfection well clear of the image, which itself presents with NRMT strength.

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