The highest graded of the two specimens to have been judged by PSA. Full description available on our website.
Graded EX-MT 6 by PSA. Known by a myriad of descriptive monikers, Earl Moore was the first American Leaguer to pitch a no-hitter. Although he lost the contest in extra frames, the beloved Ohio native appears “up to the task” on this 1902-11 W600 Sporting Life Cabinets example. This centered premium displays barely touched corners along with a well-preserved surface. The penetrating image is unobstructed, while the reverse displays slight print discoloration. An investment-quality acquisition for Cleveland Naps historians and pre-war type collectors alike.