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    1920 Stanley Coveleski Original News Photograph by Bain, PSA/DNA Type 1. Stan Coveleski survived the mines as a youth and eventually became the ace for some great Cleveland Indians teams in the 1920's. The spitballer is preparing for mound action on this original 5x7" from famed photographer George Grantham Bain. "Culver Service" and "Photo by Bain Service" stamps are on the reverse. The lower left corner sports a crease. LOA from PSA/DNA, Type 1.

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    May, 2017
    20th Saturday
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