Graded NM 7 by PSA. Flawless colors, a very bold image, and perfect registration. Perfectly clean both front and back, with centering slightly toward the right. In our opinion, this example exhibits a slight trim to the bottom edge, though someone else might have a different opinion. In 1930, his finest season, Hack Wilson set two legendary marks. His 56 home runs were a National League record that stood until 1998, when Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa both shattered it. Nevertheless, his single-season record of 191 RBI still stands from that year. This is a very attractive, extremely high-grade PSA example of one of Hack Wilson's most desirable cards and one that that would be a significant addition to virtually any 1933 Goudey PSA Registry set or Hall of Fame collection. Reserve $300. Estimate $500+.