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    1880's N150 Type 2 Benjamin Harrison SGC 30 Good 2 - With Scarcer "Bob' Link Long Cut" Reverse. From group #1Ab (as per the WTI). Prior to this card's discovery, no political figures were known to have been included in the comprehensive N150 series of actors and actresses. A very rare find, particularly since it appears with one of the two scarcest back variations. Benjamin Harrison served as President of the United States from 1889 to 1893. It stands to reason this rare entry was circulated at that time which helps us to date both the card and the set. The card has a couple light and very brief corner creases/wrinkles and small areas of surface scarring and one small area of actual loss (bottom center) on the front. The reverse displays a virtually problem free advertisement and some light surface wear. That being said, most would consider the SGC 30 Good 2 grade to be overly conservative.

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    January, 2011
    30th Sunday
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