Hall of Famer Amos Rusie from the N300 Mayo series. Rusie was issued in two variations in the Mayo set, with his name spelled correctly, and with his name misspelled "Russie," with an extra "s." This is the variation with the misspelling. Because Rusie's career spanned the years from 1889 to 1901, an era in which few sets were issued, he appears on very few cards. Graded FAIR 20 by SGC, the obvious condition flaws include a heavy diagonal crease in the lower left, rounded corners, light black marks on the front, and centering toward the extreme top right. A small spot of paper residue is visible on the upper left of the reverse. This is a relatively affordable low-grade key Hall of Famer from one of the ninteenth century's most important sets. Reserve $300. Estimate (open).