Goodwin & Company’s Catalog 50 has some truly exciting items which you will find presented throughout the entire catalog. One of the finest Diamond Star sets in the hobby is being offered as individual lots. The auction is open and concludes on July 18th. The first card in the aforementioned set, Hall of Famer Lefty Grove, is presented in a PSA 8 and is one of the hobby’s toughest cards to find in a high grade. Other Diamond Star highlights include Jimmy Foxx PSA 9, both the high and low numbered Lombardi’s in PSA 9, and other high-grade Diamond Star cards too numerous to mention. A really superb 1934 Goudey complete set with an overall grade point average of 6.42 is presented along with the finest Topps Red Back and Blue Back Sets on the PSA Set Registry.
Nineteenth Century enthusiasts will be excited to see an exquisite copy of “Big Ed” Delahanty’s Old Judge card graded 7 near mint. Other Old Judge issues include Hall of Fame Cabinet Cards of Mike “King” Kelly, Charlie Comiskey, and Hugh Duffy. Difficult and almost impossible to find N172 Old Judge’s of McQuaid, Horner and Fessenden are also included. The autograph collector will find hand-written letters by Honus Wagner on his own personal stationary and a fabulous get-well card with both Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig’s signatures. Our T206 offerings include Walter Johnson, Napoleon Lajoie, and Rube Marquard, all graded PSA 8. If it is the rare T206 advertising backs you are looking for, you won’t be disappointed with many of the selections being the highest graded by any grading company. I would be amiss if I failed to mention the M101-6 Felix Mendelsohn Babe Ruth or the 1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig in a PSA 8 holder. This is just the tip of the iceberg with many other great selections.
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