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Old 11-16-2015, 08:22 PM
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Default T209/T210 Shared Poses

I have updated my website and added scans of a number of T209-2 and T210 cards that reproduce the same player pose, a phenomenon similar to T211/T210-8 cards. Follow this link and enjoy!

http://www.t209-contentnea.com/t209-.../shared-poses/

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Old 11-16-2015, 08:25 PM
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Great additions Mike. I check the website often. Its a amazing source for T209/T210. Excellent work.

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Great stuff, Mike, as ever! Both the images and your notes to accompany them.

Interesting, by the way, that Sherrill (Raleigh) is so very rare in the T209 set because he left the team early in the 1910 season, but his T210 (also Raleigh) is not as far as I know rare.

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I have updated my website and added scans of a number of T209-2 and T210 cards that reproduce the same player pose, a phenomenon similar to T211/T210-8 cards.
This is great, Mike. Thanks for doing the work to put your site together.

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Old 11-16-2015, 08:58 PM
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Thank you for the comments. Landgraff (T210-2) is now on the site.

Seth--Jason Wells would probably know better than I, but I think Sherrill is a bit tougher to find in T210. In T209-2, as you note, he's virtually impossible.

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Mike, what a great thread! I am a postwar collector, but I wander over here pretty often because of work like yours. I really appreciate the time and effort you put in to share with other collectors. I have toyed with the idea of doing some tobacco card collecting at some point, and research like yours is very valuable to those of us who like learning. I guess some might not collect T209 or T210 because of the minor league angle, but they are really interesting. I have no idea how costly they are relative to other cards of this era, but your research and other reading I have started doing because of your research makes me think something like this might be a possibility for me someday. I have also liked what I have seen of the T207s.
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Thanks Mike for putting all of the hard work in for the site.
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I have updated my website and added scans of a number of T209-2 and T210 cards that reproduce the same player pose, a phenomenon similar to T211/T210-8 cards. Follow this link and enjoy!

http://www.t209-contentnea.com/t209-.../shared-poses/

Cheers, Mike
I will add my Kudos for a job well done. Marvelous site. The album with Thompson is unbelievable. I love the more obscure sets as these are. Thanks for doing the heavy lifting on Contentnea's, Mike. Happy Collecting....
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Just checked it out. Great site, Mike.
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This is great, Mike. Thanks for doing the work to put your site together.

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