Clean Sweep Auctions Item: 594966 -- Lot #1 1909 T206 Cobb Red Background (Lenox back!) Cond: PSA 1

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Lot #1 1909 T206 Cobb Red Background (Lenox back!) Cond: PSA 1

Item ID: 594966 INV ID: Watch Listing

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This listing has ended with a bid of $6490.00, however, the Reserve Price has not been met.

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Current Time: 7/20/2018 8:06:59 PM EST
Listed: Tuesday January 30, 2018 11:54 AM EST
Ending: Thursday February 1, 2018 2:04 AM EST
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Bid Information

Starting Bid: $3,000
Current Bid: $6,490 by --
Next Bid: Bidding has closed.
Bid Increment: $649
Bids: 9 (History)
Reserve Status: Reserve Price Not Met


Listing Details

Among the rarest of all T206 backs, the Lenox backs are revered by collectors of this issue. The combination of a Ty Cobb front with a Lenox back is truly special and rare. There are only six of these that have ever been slabbed by PSA, a remarkably small number given the popularity of this issue among graded card collectors. Fresh to market, the offered card earns its 1 grade with a tackhole above Ty Cobb’s head by the top border. With that clearly disclosed, the card does happen to have rich color and a very fine image. The color is bright and original, the image of Ty Cobb displays quite well. The crucial back is generally clean, save for the tackhole, which looks a lot better on the back than the front for whatever reason. This is among the very best combinations one could ever hope to find on a T206 card, these seem almost criminally undervalued compared to what generic green Cobbs from this set have been trading for for of late. Who wants add a truly rare and special Ty Cobb card to their collection?

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