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Old 03-20-2017, 11:23 PM
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Can anyone identify the Pepper Martin postcard ?
I would like to know that one also.
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I would like to know that one also.
Me too
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Very nice lot!

I see R311 Glossy, R313, R314 Type 1 (1936-Regular) and 4 (1937-Creamy), R309-2, 1933 Goudey, 1934 Goudey and 1936 Goudey (R322).

Value is extremely condition dependent. Could potentially be worth well over $1000 total if they are nice enough... in particular, the R309-2 Greenbergs, the 33 Goudey Hornsby, and the R311 Glossy Dean and Greenberg.

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Old 03-23-2017, 05:28 PM
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I purchased this lot. Let me know if anybody is interested in any of the cards.
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That was a fairly good bit of different types in that lot. Let us know how it comes out for you, in general, if you can? I am sure the R309-2s should do good as well as some others shown. Finding lots like that are what keeps it fun for a lot of us...
I am in the camp that if you know what things are worth more than the next guy selling them, and have done the research, you should reap the rewards of your time. Others see it differently and that is ok too, it's America. And of course, the Grandfather of US Card Collecting, JR Burdick, disliked anything to do with valuation. But I think over time he caved in a little bit. That was always his biggest dislike of the maturing hobby in the 1930s - early 1960s....

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