One of the more intriguing issues of the tobacco card era belongs to the offered 1911 T201 Mecca Double Folders near set of (46/50) cards with nine graded. These oversized cards feature a full-size player action pose on the obverse with a smaller player image on the back. The design sequences are positioned so that the representations of each teammate could be arranged seamlessly. Highlights include:
Graded: (9 cards, two qualifiers) with H. Baker/Downie (PSA 4), Crawford/Cobb (PSA 1), Daubert/Rucker (PSA 2), Donovan/Stroud (PSA 3.5), Downs/Odwell (SGC 50), Foster/Ward (PSA 1), H. Lord/Dougherty (PSA 5, mc), Merkle/Wiltse (PSA 1, mk), Speaker/Gardner (PSA 3);
Ungraded: (37 cards, average FR to GD with 11% displaying paper loss/residue and/or writing) with Bender/Oldring (GD), M. Brown/Hofman (PR), Clarke/Byrne (PR), E. Collins/Baker (PR, writing), Evers/Chance (GD), Huggins/Bresnahan (PR, reverse residue), W. Johnson/Street (FR, miscut), Lajoie/Falkenberg (VG-EX), Lake/Wallace (FR), Mathewson/Bridwell (PR, missing corner), McGinnity/McCarty (FR), Summers/Jennings (FR, miscut), Walsh/Payne (FR), Wheat/Bergen (PR);
Missing only Ford/O. Johnson, Lajoie/Falkenberg, Lobert/Moore and R. Miller/Herzog for completion.