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8011   T206 SGC Graded Back Variation Lot (11)  $200 $267 $294 5 You must login to place a bid.
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#8011 - T206 SGC Graded Back Variation Lot (11) Estimate: $500+

Total of 11 SGC graded cards, with 10 different backs and a doubling of the 1909 Piedmont.

Includes: SGC EX 5 - 1 card, Camnitz Arms Folded (1909 Piedmont). SGC VG-EX+ 4.5 - 1 card, Kleinow New York, and Catching (1910 Piedmont). SGC VG 3 - 3 cards with Ball (1909 Piedmont), Dots Miller (Polar Bear), and Pfeffer (Tolstoi). SGC GOOD+ 2.5 - 2 cards with Jackson Old Mill) and Kisinger (1910 Cycle). SGC FAIR 1.5 - 2 cards with Moran Providence (1910 Broad Leaf) and Frank Owen (1909 Soveriegn). SGC AUTHENTIC - 2 cards with Bridwell with cap (El Principe de Gales) and Livingstone (Carolina Brights).

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