1903 E107 Breisch Williams Bill Coughlan SGC 10 
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The 1903 E107 Breisch Williams edition was the first major baseball card set of the twentieth century. Issued by the Breisch Williams Company of Oxford, Pennsylvania, this extremely difficult caramel set has 147 cards in three back variations, any one of which is a feat to find in any condition. The offered 1903 E107 Breisch Williams Bill Coughlan depicts the third baseman as a member of the Washington Senators. This blank backed variation is graded a 10 by SGC. Despite the low technical grade, this black and white specimen is one of only four cards graded of this player by the third-party authenticator. Revealing wear associated with the technical grade, this card is still a triumph for the type card enthusiast.  
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