Over the course of the last century, volumes have been written and countless tales have been spun about the T206 Wagner card. It has become an icon, and a part of classic American Folklore. Owing “a Wagner” is a dream for every collector in America familiar with its legend. Among the privileged fraternity of collectors who are able to fulfill their dream of owning a T206 Wagner in any grade, it has become exceedingly rare that one is willing to part with what is looked upon as a crowning achievement in the filed of card collecting. To date, it is estimated that only about 50-60 examples of the T206 Wagner are known to exist. At the time of this writing, Professional Sports Authenticators (PSA), the nations foremost third-party card grading service, has reviewed and encapsulated 25 specimens. Of those, only two have earned grades greater than a 4, with most (19) garnering either a 1 or 2. The eye appeal demonstrated by the example offered here is better that the vast majority of its peers encapsulated with the PSA 1 designation. Honest corner wear and multiple creases have not diminished the impact of Wagner’s regal portrait. The viewer’s concentration on the image is enhanced by near perfect centering. The instantly recognizable image remains sharply focused, rendered in rich color that rivals any of its brethren. The supply of T206 Wagner’s will never begin to quench the exceeding collector demand for the most famous baseball card in the world.