1932 U.S. Caramel Lou Gehrig #26 PSA 6 EXMT

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1932 US Caramel Lou Gehrig 26 PSA 6 EXMT
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29 Jan 2021
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Portland, Oregon

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1932 U.S. Caramel Lou Gehrig #26 PSA 6 EXMT

Premier 1930s Investment Piece

Arguably the Iron Horse's most desired and beautiful candy card. Offered is a marvelous '32 U.S. Caramel Gehrig held within an impressive PSA 6 holder. Easily one of the most desired super stars from the packed multi-sport set and seldom seen in EXMT condition. Wonderfully preserved throughout with crisp edges, even EXMT corners and wrinkle free card stock. The red back drop really pops and the clarity is precise. A typical centering shift as well as modest surface wear keeps from grading higher. An all-around beautiful Gehrig production, reminiscent of the '14 Cracker Jack issue and a viable alternative investment piece. Please see the video highlight for more details on this offering. One of over 22,000 cards, lots and sets up for bid in our 1st Auction of 2021. Click on the link above to view the other PWCC auction lots.

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