Grab a piece of baseball history with this great displaying T206 Double Name error Piedmont 150 T206 baseball card. It displays extremely well for being a 2 with great colors and has a rare error where the player’s name appears twice on the card. Add this T206 error card to your collection today!
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The 1909-1911 T206 Double Name Error Piedmont 150 Al Shaw (St. Louis) card, graded PSA 2 MC (Miscut), is a fascinating and rare collectible for enthusiasts of vintage baseball cards. This card is part of the legendary T206 series, produced between 1909 and 1911, which is often revered as the cornerstone of baseball card collecting due to its historic value and the variety it offers.
Al Shaw, the player featured on this card, was part of the early 20th-century baseball scene. The T206 set captures a range of players from household names to lesser-known athletes, providing a comprehensive snapshot of the era. What makes this Al Shaw card particularly rare and intriguing is the Double Name Error. Printing errors in the T206 series are uncommon and highly sought after by collectors for their uniqueness.
The Piedmont 150 back indicates the tobacco company that sponsored this card. T206 cards were issued with various tobacco brand backs, and each variant holds its own place in the collecting world. The PSA 2 MC grade signifies that the card is in fair condition but miscut, which is not uncommon in cards from this era. Despite the lower grade and the miscut, the rarity of the double name error and the card’s historical significance make it a valuable item for collectors who cherish the history and nuances of early baseball cards.