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Old 09-11-2019, 07:27 PM
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I suppose itís possible that whoever originally owned the black swamp cards had them in uncut sheets and may be hired out someone to cut them and maybe thatís how they got cut that way??

Yet as soon as I typed this I realize that doesnít make sense how does one account for there being so few Jennings cards?
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Perhaps a new thread should be started to discuss these cards? Are there known e98 uncut sheets??
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Old 09-11-2019, 07:33 PM
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I suppose itís possible that whoever originally owned the black swamp cards had them in uncut sheets and may be hired out someone to cut them and maybe thatís how they got cut that way??

Yet as soon as I typed this I realize that doesnít make sense how does one account for there being so few Jennings cards?
Almost no Mathewsons, right?
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Almost no Mathewsons, right?
I believe so?
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Almost no Mathewsons, right?
Very few, if any, cards of Jennings, Lajoie, Mathewson, Tinker and Walsh.
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Not sure why there were fewer of certain players but there is 0 doubt in my mind, and most other collectors, that the cards are real and authentic....and almost untouched. BTW the family members couldn't have been nicer. I met them at the National (with Heritage) when they were originally found.

The PWCC auction had some lower prices but we'll just have to see how it goes in the future. I imagine a lot of factors play into it and one of them is less bidders.

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I suppose it’s possible that whoever originally owned the black swamp cards had them in uncut sheets and may be hired out someone to cut them and maybe that’s how they got cut that way??

Yet as soon as I typed this I realize that doesn’t make sense how does one account for there being so few Jennings cards?
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How are the non-find E98s selling?
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The Blues, which none were in the BSF, have seen stronger prices over the last few years from what Iíve seen.


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