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    1887 N174 Old Judge Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany SGC 40 VG 3. This auction features a selection of scarce N174 Old Judge "Celebrities and Prizefighters" non-sports cards featuring political leaders and personalities of the Victorian era including Queen Victoria herself. These cards are rarely seen. Each and every one of the fourteen cards is the one and only card graded to date by SGC!

    This presentation is for a Goodwin & Co. N174 Old Judge Card featuring: Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany that has been graded SGC 40 VG 3. Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany (April 7, 1853 - March 28, 1884) was the eighth child and youngest son of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Leopold had hemophilia and died very young at the age of 30. As mentioned, this is the first and currently the only example recorded on the SGC census report!


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    December, 2015
    6th Sunday
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