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1881 Boston Scorecard Signed by Scorer Harry Wright (PSA)

1881 Boston Scorecard Signed by Scorer Harry Wright (PSA)

Historically relevant two-sided scoresheet is scored and pencil written in the hand of pioneer HOFer Harry Wright. As opposed to most offerings of this type, it is actually singed off as "H. Wright" instead of just the initials he usually used. Both team lineups are listed including the legendary Boston Red Caps of the American Association, led by the great Ross Barnes. Despite boasting a lineup including Albert Goodwill (AG) Spalding, Cal McVey, George Wright, Harry Wright, Jim O'Rourke, and Deacon White, Barnes was considered "most valuable" of the great Boston Red Stockings teams of the early 1870s. Measures 6.5x4" and amazingly well-preserved, considering the light weight of the paper stock. Comes with full letter from PSA/DNA.


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