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Old 05-17-2017, 06:20 PM
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SGC does break out the T215-1 and T215-2 sets in their pop reports.

Here is a link to the T215-1 set:
http://www.sgccard.com/PopulationReport.aspx?setid=3890

They list 145 graded. There are a number of instances of incorrect labeling, as they sometimes grade Type 2 cards as Type 1, and vice versa. From what I have observed, there's no obvious bias as to which are labeled incorrectly more often, so I think you can take it as a decent number.

Just for additional reference, here's a link to the T215-2 pop report... Currently 135 graded.
http://www.sgccard.com/PopulationReport.aspx?setid=1433

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Thanks Steve, I wasn't too sure whether that was truly an accurate representation of T215 type 1 since it runs into 1912. I wish there were a way to determine which cards came from 1910-11, because obviously 1912 would not make it a t206. Anyway, with this new information the total combined pop report for SGC and PSA for the T215-1 would now be 179.

Readjusted the scarcity ranking would now be this, making it the 5th rarest :


1. Old Mill Brown- 1
2. Ty Cobb- 21
3. Lenox Brown- 28 (*SGC doesn’t note Brown Lenox in pop report so I doubled the number from the PSA pop)
4. Broad Leaf 460- 73
5. Red Cross – Type 1- 179
6. Drum 350- 218
7. American Beauty 460- 220 (*Can’t search for 1911 AB in SGC pop report so I doubled the number from the PSA pop)
8. Uzit- 242
9. Hindu Red- 277
10. Coupon Type 1- 284
11. American Beauty No Frame- 292 (*SGC doesn’t note No Frame in pop report so I doubled the number from the PSA pop)
12. Piedmont 350-460 Factory 42- 300 (*SGC doesn’t note Fact 42 in pop report so I doubled the number from the PSA pop)
13. Lenox Black- 412
14. Broad Leaf 350- 498
15. Carolina Brights- 700
16. Hindu Brown-2,149

I'm still very surprised by the results of the following...

Not As Scarce:

Lenox Black could be 13th and not 8th.
Broad Leaf 350 could be 14th and not 9th.
Carolina Brights could be 15th and not 11th
• Uzit could be 8th and not 6th in rarity.
• Hindu Red could be 9th and not 7th in rarity

Scarcer:
Red Cross Type 1 could be 5th and not 9th in rarity
• American Beauty 460 could be 7th and not 13th in rarity making it potentially rarer than Uzit, Hindu Red, Lenox Black, Broad Leaf 350, and Carolina Brights..ly b.hard to tell though because PSA only recent broke down the different AB designations

Spot On:
• Coupon Type 1 is in fact accurately around 10th in scarcity as T206 Resource has noted

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FYI.... PSA has graded 1690 American Beauties, but they don't have them broken down by series, because they only started adding that info to the flips a few years ago...

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FYI.... PSA has graded 1690 American Beauties, but they don't have them broken down by series, because they only started adding that info to the flips a few years ago...

Be well Brian
Yeah that's very true Brian. My population numbers for the different American Beauties and the Piedmont 42s definitely aren't very accurate because of what you mentioned and so it really is hard to tell where they are in the scarcity scale.

That being said I think the T215-1 without a doubt is much scarcer than was previously perceived. The T213-1 while still very scarce is still around the 10th rarest if we include it in the t206 series.
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