The Maple Crispette Company of Montreal issued a 30 card set of major leaguers in 1923, and Ed Rousch found himself as card no. 28. This is a gorgeous example from a tougher set, and the lone PSA 6, with this being the highest graded specimen seen. There is a spot of "crispette-ness" seen on the bottom border but other than some slight corner touches, that's it. Rousch's steely gaze shines through on this Canadian beauty.