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Old 05-10-2017, 12:32 AM
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Wow, Kevin and David.....thanks for sharing.
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Jay, Joe, Kevin and pro9,

Thanks for the nice comments. Fun to contribute!

Here are a few more Maroons, and a few Millers.
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More great cards Dave. I thought I'd show a photographer's proof for a Crogan Maroons pose. In the following post the actual card is shown.
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Old 05-11-2017, 07:57 AM
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More great cards Dave. I thought I'd show a photographer's proof for a Crogan Maroons pose. In the following post the actual card is shown.
Those are great looking cards, guys.

Jay, I love when the N173 (or cabinet proof) and N172 are shown together. I don't have many of those instances, but I do have the matching N173 and N172 of George Van Haltren and the matching N172 and Gilbert & Bacon proof of Gus Weyhing.

Let's keep this thread rolling...

1889 Saint Paul Apostles
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Old 05-12-2017, 01:07 PM
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Nice cards Kevin! I like that 1889 script card of Werrick.
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Old 05-15-2017, 01:56 PM
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Can't let this thread die just yet...

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Here are a few
Not to derail this thread, but any idea what would happen to these beautiful curled OJs if they were smashed flat--in a slab, for instance? It seems like you'd crack the surface.

I imagine some of the OJs currently in slabs were curled at some point; does it take time for damage to appear, or is it okay to flatten them?

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I have one card that was curled that developed a crease down the center in the process of putting into a holder (Beckett btw, due to flattening). The other issue I've noticed is image fading even when not exposed to light. Both issues have been the exception for me, hence I keep collecting them.

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Not sure on these, but I have seen more than one old judge type card get cracked when flattened out. Others will know more but in my experiences they seem brittle. I am sure the OJ collectors have lots of tales....

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Not to derail this thread, but any idea what would happen to these beautiful curled OJs if they were smashed flat--in a slab, for instance? It seems like you'd crack the surface.

I imagine some of the OJs currently in slabs were curled at some point; does it take time for damage to appear, or is it okay to flatten them?

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