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    1913 Cleveland Naps Panoramic Photographic Supplement.
    Magnificent team image appears to be a trimmed-down example of a Cleveland Sunday Ledger supplement that has been mounted to a card stock backing. Though the piece exhibits a degree of handling wear, tack holes, staining and creasing typical of century-old paper keepsakes, the imagery of the players themselves shines through, and what a cast of characters it provides. Of course there is the team's namesake, inaugural class Hall of Famer Nap Lajoie, as well as a young "Shoeless Joe" Jackson, and the tragic Ray Chapman, who would be killed by a Carl Mays fastball in 1920. Piece measures approximately 7.5x20", professionally matted and framed to final dimensions of 16x29".


    Guide Value or Estimate: $800 - up.

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