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Old 12-04-2008, 07:50 AM
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Posted By: leon

It is very hard to state my top 5 of the year because of my addiction..but here are a few...

1. T206 Matty white cap Proof
2. E100 type 2 - Buck Weaver
3. E-Unc Orange Borders Honus Wagner
4. D304 Cobb w/Martens Bakery back
5. E121/W575-1 Shotwell Mfg Jacobson

*E-Unc Schapira Big Show Ty Cobb (just for Jeff L)


and so many more...but those are good for now....

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Old 12-04-2008, 08:05 AM
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Posted By: Dan Bretta

My top 5

-N172 Kid Nichols

-Colgan's Red Border Unglaub

-1908 Lincoln Team real photo postcard

-N172 Cooney

-1910 Nebraska Indians postcard



postwar

-Two previously unknown 1953 Weaver's Wafers Lincoln Chiefs cards

memorabilia

-Tris Speaker game used bat

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Posted By: Wesley

Very cool Leon. We helped each other with our respective number one entries for 2008.

(1) Allegheny Christy Mathewson
(2) E107 Cy Young
(3) E107 Eddie Plank
(4) E107 Rube Waddell
(5) Macintire cabinet Harry Wright

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Old 12-04-2008, 08:18 AM
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Posted By: Steve Murray


e107 Jacklitsch

1917 Zeenut Frank Chance (Thanks Mark)

T206 Lenox and Drum Backs

Ullman Gilbert

m131 Murray (Thanks Richard)

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Old 12-04-2008, 08:25 AM
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Posted By: MVSNYC

1. Speaker Boston Garter (since sold)
2. PSA 9 T206 Keeler, Port. (since traded)
3. E90-1 SGC 10 Jackson (since traded)
4. 1998 McGwire Game-Used Bat PSA/DNA 8.5
5. PSA/DNA 9 Babe Ruth Check made out to his wife Claire.

Bonus: Newly acquired Original Yankee Stadium Seat

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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

1. 1889 Bid McPhee studio cabinet
2. 1904 US Souvenir NY Giants PC
3. 1906 Sporting Life NY Giants PC
4. 1932 Burke NY Yankees PC
5. Fan Craze Wagner/Young/Keeler

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Posted By: Rhys

2007 was better (mostly from the Bob Allen collection) but here are some 2008 highlights in no particular order.

1. Complete M101-4 set
2. 1875 Last game of the National Association (championship game sort of) only scorecard known to exist
3. Estate collection of boxer Billy Papke
4. Estate collection of 1896 Football All American William Church
5. 1920's American Association Autograph book with 400+ signatures

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Posted By: Doug

1. T206 Ty Cobb Green Portrait SGC 40
2. T206 Christy Mathewson White Cap SGC 40
3. (Tie) The other dozen and counting T206 HOFers I've picked up this year.

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Old 12-04-2008, 09:34 AM
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5. Vance Zeenut
4. Connor card
3. Burkett card
2. DiMaggio Zeenut
1. Heilmann Zeenut

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Posted By: barrysloate

Rhys- that 1875 scorecard sounds amazing. Do you have the teams and date handy?

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