Lot # 90: 1887-1890 N172 Old Judge Collection (58) Including Four Scarcities and Two 1890 NL

Starting Bid: $1,000.00

Bids: 56 (Bid History)

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Item was in Auction "REA Spring 2020",
which ran from 4/3/2020 3:00 PM to
4/19/2020 6:00 PM



Substantial collection of fifty-eight different N172 Old Judges, including four scarce cards and two extremely rare "1890 NL." Three of the cards are skinned, five are rebacked, and eight are trimmed. The other forty-two cards technically grade Poor to Fair. In the following listing, cards are identified by the numbers provided by the comprehensive Old Judge book checklist. The collection consists of the following: #19-6 Barkley (Pittsburgh, 1887 copyright), 36-4 Boyle (Indianapolis, 1887 copyright), 54-3 Burks (Sioux City, 1889 copyright), 68-3 Carroll (Chicago NL, 1890 copyright), 71-6 Caruthers (Brooklyn, 1889 copyright), 99-4 Crooks (Omaha, 1889 copyright), 112-3 Daily (Indianapolis, 1888 copyright), 114-3 Daly (Chicago, 1887 copyright), 126-1 Dolan (Denver, 1889 copyright), 132-13 Dorgan (New York, 1887 copyright), 138-1 Dunlap (Pittsburgh, 1889 copyright), 153-4 Farrar (Philadelphia, 1887 copyright), 156-2 Fennelly (Cincinnati, 1888 copyright), 163-1 Flint (Chicago, 1889 copyright), 168-7 Foster (New York, 1888 copyright), 170-6 Foutz (Brooklyn, 1888 copyright), 174-2 Fuller (St. Louis, 1889 copyright), 187-6 Gilks (Cleveland, 1888 copyright), 207-5 Hafner (Kansas City, 1888 copyright), 217-6 Hatfield (New York, 1889 copyright), 222-6 Henderson (Pittsburgh, 1888 copyright), 223-3 Hengle (Minneapolis, 1889 copyright), 228-1 Hoffman (Denver, 1889 copyright), 232-2 Hoover (Chicago, 1888 copyright), 236-4 Hotaling (Cleveland, 1888 copyright), 242-1 Hutchinson (Chicago NL, 1890 copyright), 248-2 Johnston (Boston, 1889 copyright), 260-3 Kenyon (Des Moines, 1889 copyright), 267-2 Knouff (St. Louis, 1888 copyright), 270-1 Krock (Chicago, 1889 copyright), 274-3 Latham (St. Louis, 1889 copyright), 291-2 Mann (St. Louis, 1888 copyright), 298-1 Maul (Pittsburgh, 1888 copyright), 306-1 McCormick (Chicago, 1887 copyright), 308-3 McCullum (Minneapolis, 1888 copyright), 310-2 McGeachy (Indianapolis, 1887 copyright), 318-3 McQuaid (Denver, 1889 copyright), 320-1 McTamany (Brooklyn, 1887 copyright), 329-2 Morrill (Boston, 1887 copyright), 332-3 Mulvey (Philadelphia, 1887 copyright), 333-4 Murphy (St. Paul, 1888 copyright), 340-3 Nash (Boston, 1887 copyright), 356-3 O'Neill (St. Louis, 1888 copyright), 366-3 Pfeffer (Chicago, 1887 copyright), 370-3 Pinkney (Brooklyn, 1889 copyright), 380-3 Rehse (Minneapolis, 1888 copyright), 397-2 Sage (Toledo, 1889 copyright), 404-4 Schoeneck (Chicago Maroons, 1888 copyright), 415-2 Shindle (Baltimore, 1888 copyright), 418-1 Shreve (Indianapolis, 1889 copyright), 431-2 Sowders (Boston, 1889 copyright), 444-1 Sullivan (Indianapolis, 1889 copyright), 452-3 Tate (Boston, 1887 copyright), 460-4 Toole (Rochester), 485-5 Welch (Philadelphia, 1888 copyright), 493-4 Wheelock (Boston, 1888 copyright), 504-1 Wilmot (Washington, 1888 copyright), and 509-2 Wood (Philadelphia, 1889 copyright). This is a very presentable collection of fifty-eight different cards, including several scarcities, from the legendary N172 Old Judge series. Total: 58 cards. Reserve $1,000. Estimate (open).

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