It received a GOOD grade as it has obvious staining on the bottom of the front of the pin and the back is rusted as well. However, the eye appeal is still there and it wasn't all that pricey from what I recall. I slab all of my Wheats because it makes them easier to store and I like the symmetry considering the Brooklyn Hall of Famer is the only player of his era I PC with vigor and determination.
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Here's the latest addition to my Zack Wheat PC. I actually bought this many moons ago but waited until I had it slabbed to post it. It hails from sometime between 1910 and 1912 and is a Sweet Caporal Pin. Wheat's pin has two versions and this is the "Small Letters" variation, aka the more common and affordable one.