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Old 12-04-2008, 10:00 AM
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Posted By: Jimi

1) 1908 American Publishing Company George Nill (PC770)

2) T206 Matty portrait SGC 70

3) T222 Fatima Leibold AUTOGRAPH

4) 1923 Maple Crispette Johnson SGC 40

5) T222 Fatima L. Magee SGC 20

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Old 12-04-2008, 10:03 AM
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Posted By: leon

It is always my pleasure helping you. What comes around goes around!! I really like the Matty proof and am glad you could get the unique Allegheny too. You have an amazing list of pickups.

On a personal note of my pickups I really need to buy less....and sell more. So much for downsizing.
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N173 Comisky

T206 Cobb (Bat ON) SGC 50

E96 Lajoie PSA 3.5

HM Taylor PC Donovan/Jennings/Chance

E121 Coveleski SGC 50

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Posted By: Pennsylvania Ted

Am I mistaken ? But, didn't you acquire the T206 Mullaney with the multiple overprints on its back (incl. CYoung portrait) ?

If so....it should be on the top of your list......happy.gif

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Posted By: leon

I told ya'll.....it's a freakin' addiction....and yes, I have that card too....plus a Drum and ....

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Barry

After the NA season was over in 1875 they played a two game series (home and away) between the first and second place teams Boston and Hartford. My scorecard is from the last game AT Boston on October 30 I believe. According to nespaper accounts of the time it was really cold and wet so only 400 people even went to the game. The next year of course a new league was started so this was a combination of the last National Assocaition game and the Championship game all in one. It does have a really slight trim at the bottom but at least it still exists.

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Posted By: Joe D.

here are mine......


number 5 -

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number 4 -

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number 3 - a ticket to every 1903 American League Game (and first World Series).....

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number 1 -

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Posted By: Ken Wirt

Sorry, but couldn't quite narrow it down to 5. (In order of purchase):

1. 1910 Hopkins Brothers' Champion Lady BB Club Postcard - w/J.L. Wilkinson
2. 1924 Aguilitas Cigars - Pop Lloyd
3. 1891 Boston BB Club Team Cabinet - w/Frank Selee
4. 1899 Sporting News Supplement - Ed Delahanty
5. 1923-24 Nacionales Cigarros - Jose Mendez
6. 1909 Ramly - Jesse Burkett
7. 1949-50 Toleteros - Hilton Smith
8. 1950-51 Denia - Leon Day

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Posted By: Brian T.

Wow, Wesley. I would love to see scans of those e107s. Care to show them off?

As for my top 5 of 2008...

1- 1951 Bowman Willie Mays BVG 8.5
2- e107 Addie Joss
3- e107 Vic Willis
4- 1933 Goudey Dizzy Dean SGC 80
5- 1951 Bowman Whitey Ford PSA 7

(Editted to say: I know that the Bowmans don't qualify for "this side", but they were part of my personal Top 5 so I included them anyway)

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or were you keeping it vintage?
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