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Posted By: Matt

Thanks Leon!



you are welcome and edited the scan size a little bit (leon)

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Posted By: jdrum

Finally! Really wanted a red one but glad to get it!

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Posted By: Brian Goldner

Haven't been very interested in upgrades as of late, but this was a pretty nice looking card, thus an exception was made:

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Posted By: Adam Baxter

First T215-1 I've ever owned and the first Red Cross I've had since I sold my T215-2 Konetchy a while back.



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Old 09-09-2008, 04:26 PM
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Posted By: leon

Nice pick up on the Red Cross. IMO the type 1's are a fair bit more scarce than the type 2's .....(at least I have seen fewer).....regards

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Posted By: Jason

I don't have scans but I've picked up T205's of Wheat, Clark, Graham, Schlei, Delahanty, Stone, Street, and Miller.

I also got a nice looking T200 Philadelphia American card. (I love these cards)

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Posted By: Sean

Adam,
Nice one, you picked that up for a great price!

Like Leon said, I put a little premium on the Type 1's; they seem to be a bit tougher.

Sean

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Old 09-09-2008, 05:45 PM
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Posted By: Adam Baxter

Thanks Leon, Sean.

I took a chance, as the card seemed to be hovering under the radar. I wound up getting lucky and snagged it for just under a 100 bucks. I didn't even realize it was a type I until after the auction ended. The last and only Red Cross I ever owned (Type II Konetchy) was sold off a while ago, and I've been hoping to pick-up another. All the Louisiana tobacco issues are very appealing & scarce, which makes it a cool area of the hobby to collect.

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Posted By: S Gross

Thanks to fellow 54er for Dempsey, to complete W529-3



.............. although, upon further examination, Tendler looks to be a W529-2 .............. %&*()#$@ strips drive you nuts

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Posted By: Rob D.

Adam,

Let me join in and say nice pick-up.

What's especially nice about this particular T215 is that if you ever decide to sell it, you actually do own it.

Again, nice card.

Rob

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Posted By: Tim Sanders

It pains me to say it but great pick up!!!!

I tried getting it and was the lead bidder until that night -when my wife kept me off until the auction was over (something about doing her schoolwork)! I gotta learn to snipe!!!

PS -The reason it was so low was that it was under the 1930 listings for some reason so it didn't get much exposure!!!

Again Congrats!!

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Posted By: Jason Carota

EDIT: Just noticed something odd. Notice how the creases in both cards match up perfectly. The cards came from two different sellers. I blame it on the Hadron Collider.




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Posted By: B OBrien

I know that everyone and there brother has seen this card floating around. It is a big one for me, as it fits neatly into my SGC 40-50 Hofer and "guys with a story" backs line up. It is also one of my favorite poses, with a cool back. Nine Down!
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Posted By: Jason Carota

Congrats, Bob! The registration on that one looks great.

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Posted By: leon

The unidentified (to me) card upgrade. It's still very neat and rare though and I like cards you don't see every day; others like sets. Some like graded, some don't...Some like mint, others not so much (at least for the money they cost) but in the end; it's all good.


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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Great image. Can you show the McGraw?

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Hmmm...gold frame???

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Posted By: leon

Though this might be for sale in the future, just for you Jeff:

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Feel free to let me know first when that day comes.

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Posted By: Jason

These were picked up from fellow board members on the B/S/T

T205 C. Phillippe Pictures, Images and Photos T205 Chief Bender Pictures, Images and Photos T205 E.M. Reulbach Pictures, Images and Photos

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Got my newest Omaha OJ in the mail today.




edited scan size

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Posted By: Steve Murray

Thrilled with this pickup from the Lionel Carter Collection.

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Posted By: Brad Green


I have always liked the Herzog and the Snodgrass.

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Just back from Beckett, the only 1947 Duke Snider issue.........





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Old 09-13-2008, 04:03 PM
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Thanks Jeremy!







Thanks Todd!

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Posted By: Jason Carota

Wow. That Mathewson is a beauty. Great pickup.

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Posted By: marty q

wow, very nice matty jeff......love the color..

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Thanks guys. I blame Paul M. for this purchase; his spectacular Matty portrait always left me with my tongue hanging out.

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Posted By: marty q

here is my "premium paid" wagner- another that i always wanted badly, it was one of those as soon as i seen it card, i had to have it. " i swear i will never overpay for a card again"- i break this rule as often as i can.

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Posted By: Joe D.

marty -


WOW! that is a beauty. congrats.

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Old 09-16-2008, 12:55 PM
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Posted By: Matt

Marty - great pickup! Enjoy it!

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Marty, that's an incredible pickup.

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Posted By: T206Collector

I appreciace the credit for the purchase, but wanted you to know that the reason I got mine was for a similar rationale -- a buddy of mind in high school had a gorgeous one.

If you enjoy yours half as much as I enjoy mine, whatever you paid for it will be well worth it.

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Posted By: Paul

My first red tint W553. I think I like the untinted ones better.

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Just back from SGC, the earliest professional baseball image of HOF'er, Hack Wilson.........


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Posted By: raymond g.



It took me 17 yrs. to complete the 1910 Tip Top Bread set.
This one was the last I needed.

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Posted By: leon

Congrats.....nice card too....

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Posted By: Jason Carota

Great PC, Phil. Nice pickup.





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Posted By: Scott Sarian

Just back from SGC are the two Mattys...

This was bought raw on ebay a couple of months ago...


This was a PSA 4 cross-over...


And a pickup from Memory Lane; probably overgraded as a 4, but I bid accordingly as to the real grade...

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Posted By: Anonymous

Thank You, Roger:

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Posted By: Michael Steele

Happy with this pickup.

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