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Old 09-01-2008, 09:01 PM
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Posted By: J Levine

Three cards from the Hollywood Park show...all three picked up for $30 total due to condition but I still think I did okay.

-Joshua

1933 W574 Grove...................................W501 Mostil............................H801-9 Globe H. Covalesiie




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Posted By: Jason Carota

Nice pickups, especially the Coveleskie.

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Posted By: Tim

If you ever decide to sell the Lindaman and Mattern please let me know.

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Posted By: JK

My first pick up in quite awhile. This puts me one short of being half way to an all purple set.

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Posted By: Alan Elefson

Found these two at an ephemera show Monday morning. The smaller one appears to be cut from something larger (any idea what it was cut from?).
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Posted By: judson hamlin

Nice T206 pick-ups. That Dougherty has always been one of my fav's.

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Old 09-03-2008, 11:17 PM
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Posted By: Bob Manning

Alan:

Great trade card! Some useless information:

The quotation on the obverse is a take off on Gilbert & Sullivan's "A Policeman's Lot is Not a Happy One," from the Pirates of Penzance.

As regards Professor Doremus, see:

http://www.picturehistory.com/product/id/17765

http://imagesvr.library.upenn.edu/cgi/i/image/image-idx?type=detail&cc=smith&entryid=X-smit1680&viewid=1&sstrt=1&hits=1&q1=%5B1014%5D&cat1=PeopleID&thsz=12&txsz=50&slsz=1&c=smith

And from the September 29, 1889 Logansport Journal ...

"NEW YORKS GREAT CHEMIST This is to certify that I have analyzed Dr Prices Cream BAKING POWDER 1 find it composed of pure materials compounded on correct scientific principles The ingredients are accurate ly and scientifically proportioned Hence bread or bis prepared with it arebettersuited for digestion R OGDEN DOREMUS M IX LL D VioL Chemistry and Toxicology In the New Bullevue Uosnltul Medical Colkse ITot Chemistry and Physics the College ot the City at New York."

The good professor seems to have had a passion for baking powder.

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Posted By: Martin Neal

Renewed dedication to the Monster. Thanks Mike, It's a lot more fun to trade than to sell. The scotches were swell as well.











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Posted By: Marty Ogelvie

from someone who typically collects T206 in the 1-3 grade range it makes me drool when I see them in such immaculate condition..... geez..

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Posted By: Tom Boblitt

That card would be a lot nicer looking if it didn't have those obvious hashmarks on the sides and tops. Maybe you could power-erase them off?

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Posted By: Matt

Leon - discriminating collectors like their T206s without any markings on them.



nice pickup

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Posted By: leon

Since it doesn't have a back I only had to pay half as much....I penned in the hash marks last night to make it look neat....I am thinking about erasing them though...

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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

did you erase the lines in his hat while you were at it?

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Posted By: leon

Actually I just bought this for the blank back...Is there something else going on here that I should know about? Man, I can't get a break....

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Posted By: Marty Ogelvie

Leon,
All kidding aside,   FREAKING AWESOME!!

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Posted By: chiprop

Anyone can skin a card and make lines on the front. Maybe you could talk to the guy and try and get your money back.

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Posted By: Tom Boblitt

the name's missing...........who is it anyway........Vive Lindaman? That alone makes it worthless.............d

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Posted By: Dustan Hedlin

What's wrong with Vive Lindaman?

I picked these up a few weeks ago but just got around to scanning them:

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Posted By: T206Collector

While we're talking about Mr. Lindaman, he only pitched in 15 games in 1909 and, as a result appears in T206 cards in (almost) just the 150 Series. So he is a bit of a toughie, as those who have tried to acquire his card in any shape, let alone decent shape, could attest. That is why I am so happy to have been able to acquire the one I did (posted way above).



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Leon,
That card looks hand-cut. I'd get rid of it if I were you.
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Posted By: Bob

Dwight- thanks for aiding me in my quest on the T210s.


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Thanks Tony, You made an old man happy today

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nice Chase Jerry - and in a 50 as well!

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Posted By: Danny Grimes

Have a bunch of recent Chases i picked up, all the backs belong to the throwing dark hat variation, including a Factory 42!!






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Posted By: Steve

My first and last N333;
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Posted By: Jason Carota

Decided to add a minor league collection to my focus.

SGC 20:


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Posted By: joe

Just got this in the mail, I now have all 5 poses for Thompson in Detroit uniform.

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Ty Cobb, Spikes flying!

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Posted By: Brad Green


The Diamond Star Ernie Lombardi (high number - 105) finishes off my 1934-36 Diamond Stars set (1-108). You can see my set of Diamond Stars at http://www.bandkgreen.net/diamond_stars

I picked up the 1937 OPC Batter-Up Lefty Grove several weeks ago.

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Posted By: Jason Carota

Beautiful OPC Grove, Brad. Congrats!

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Posted By: Anonymous

Congratulations, Brad, on the Diamond Stars. Always a good feeling to fill that last puka. Hope to see #'s 97-108 added to your gallery one of these days. Any advice for a fellow DS collector as to how best to land those last twelve?

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Posted By: Brad Green


David:

The high-numbered Diamond Stars are in my gallery. Look near the bottom of the page below. Maybe I will make a special page for them, that shows both front and back.

http://www.bandkgreen.net/diamond_stars/gallery3.htm

I hope you are well!

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