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Author of 138 major league home runs, Hall of Famer Roger Connor owned the career record before it was surpassed in 1921 by, of course, Babe Ruth.  Connor is also the first major leaguer to hit a grand slam - the classic grand slam, with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, and his team down by three.  

This example, pose #88-4, is graded POOR 10 by SGC due to paper loss on the front as well as back damage.  The paper loss, surprisingly, does not detract much from the quality of the card image, which is strong with excellent contrast.  Connor is considered the 10th most scarce Hall of Famer in the N172 set, and this pose appears to be among the more scarce of the four different available Connor poses.

Population Data
SGC Population: 28 total graded, 5 at this level, 20 higher*
PSA Population: 2 total graded, 0 at this level, 1 higher

*Please note that SGC does not differentiate between N172 pose variations in their population reports, so the number of cards with this pose they have graded is unknown.  The figure above represents all the cards of this player they have graded, with all poses.
1887 N172 Old Judge Roger Connor (HOF) - SGC POOR 101887 N172 Old Judge Roger Connor (HOF) - SGC POOR 10
1887 N172 Old Judge Roger Connor (HOF) - SGC POOR 10
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Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $200
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,003
Number Bids: 11
Auction closed on Sunday, August 25, 2013.
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