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    1909-11 T206 Sovereign 350 Christy Mathewson (Portrait) PSA EX+ 5.5. In 1936, Christy Mathewson joined Babe Ruth, Honus Wagner, Ty Cobb and Walter Johnson as the first class of baseball Hall of Famers. A distinction that was well earned, considering his career accomplishments included; leading the league in wins four times, leading the league in strikeouts five times, winning 30 or more games four times, pitching four shutouts and ten complete games in World Series competition and winning 373 regular season contests. His T206 portrait is one of the most recognized in the hobby and this is a strong example where only on the grading scale could be considered "mid" anything. Very vivid and bold, the deep colors very nicely compliment to the frosty frame that is problem-free. Approx. one-third of the over 900 total graded by PSA are confirmed with a Sovereign reverse. Graded PSA EX+ 5.5.


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