Astonishing 1933 Goudey #111 Monte Weaver PSA 9 MINT - "POP 2"; Highest Graded PSA Example!
POP 2 - HIGHEST GRADED!!! Right-handed hurler Monte Weaver pitched most of his nine-year MLB career in our nation's capital, with his finest season for the Senators being 1932 when he won 22 games. The Boston based Goudey Gum Company awarded Weaver's superb campaign by including him in their landmark 240-card 1933 set as the #111 subject. Presented here just happens to be one of the more formidable "LOW-POP" cards in the illustrious Goudey compilation, a miraculous PSA 9 Mint Monte Weaver cardboard jewel that along with a single other specimen, reigns supreme as the highest graded example! The undisputable rarity of this PSA 9 offering is justified by PSA's population report that currently lists some 94,000+ '33 Goudey subjects, with a microscopic 0.2% reflecting the elusive "9 MINT" assessment. Weaver never looked better than in this world-class portrait portrayal of the bygone twirler, encompassed by a breathtaking powder blue background. Donning his classic Washington pinstripes flannels and cap, the illustration exhibits near-perfect centering between four blinding white borders, pinpoint corners, near-immaculate surfaces and a blistering sharp perimeter. No ordinary common to say the least, it has withstood the excruciating test of time to present itself in unquestionable mint fashion, anxiously awaiting a new home in any premier PSA-registered Goudey gathering!
MIN BID $500