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1909-11 T206 Horizontal Piedmont 150 PSA 1.5 Joe Birmingham – Great Colors

Original price was: $200.00.Current price is: $169.00.

1909-11 T206 Horizontal Piedmont 150 PSA 1.5 Joe Birmingham – Great Colors!!!

Discover the charm of early 20th-century baseball with this 1909-11 T206 Horizontal Piedmont Joe Birmingham PSA 1.5 card. Despite its grading, this piece stands out with vibrant colors and a historic Piedmont 150 back, offering a unique glimpse into the era of Joe Birmingham and the legendary T206 series. A must-have for serious collectors and baseball history enthusiasts.

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Grab a piece of baseball history with this T206 horizontal baseball card. This 1909-11 T206 Piedmont 150 horizontal Joe Birmingham PSA 1.5 graded card is highly sought after by T206 collectors due to the low amount that are horizontal vs vertical. This card has beautiful colors and makes a great and unique display card.

For any T206 HOF collector or vintage baseball collector, this is a perfect card to add to your collection! Visit our Hall of Fame Relics shop to find other T206 PSA, SGC graded and raw cards. We have many HOF T206 players available, rare off backs like El Principe De Gales, Cycle, Old Mill, Sovereign, Polar Bear, as well as unique variations such as Piedmont Factory 42, Sweet Caporal Double Factories, T206 error cards, Southern Leaguers, and more!

The 1909-11 T206 Horizontal Piedmont 150 featuring Joe Birmingham is a true gem in the world of vintage baseball cards. This card belongs to the T206 set, often referred to as “The Monster” due to its vastness and the challenge it presents to collectors. Produced between 1909 and 1911, the T206 series is among the most coveted in the baseball card collecting community. The set is famous for its inclusion of the Honus Wagner card, which is one of the rarest and most valuable cards in the world.

Joe Birmingham, the player featured on this card, was a notable figure in baseball during the early 20th century. Primarily known for his time with the Cleveland Naps (now the Cleveland Indians), Birmingham had a respectable career as an outfielder and later as a manager. His playing career spanned from 1906 to 1914, and he managed the Naps from 1912 to 1915. Although not a Hall of Famer, Birmingham’s contributions to the game during its formative years make his cards sought after by collectors of early baseball memorabilia.

The specific card in question, graded PSA 1.5, indicates a fair condition but still retains great colors, which is crucial for cards from this era. The Piedmont 150 back is also a point of interest for collectors, as the advertisement backs of T206 cards add an extra layer of collectibility and historical significance.

Weight4 oz
Dimensions6 × 9 × 1 in
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