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    1910's C59, C60 and C61 Lacrosse Collection (18) With Malone. A clear step up the scarcity ladder of early 20th century cards and you'll find the Lacrosse editions from the 1910 to 1911 era. At the time, Lacrosse was very popular in Canada (even over hockey) and the sets featured a number of hockey players. This lot includes: 1910 C59 Lacrosse (1) - 46 Kenna (GD); 1911 C60 Lacrosse (16) - #'s 2, 3, 21, 44, 52, 58, 67, 68, 70, 71, 73, 77 (2), 81, 84 Malone (PR) and 96. Grades 38% VG to VG/EX, 62% PR to GD; 1912 C61 Lacrosse (1) - #16 Powers (VG).

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    January, 2012
    8th Sunday
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