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Old 11-07-2017, 10:54 PM
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Well, he's back from SGC. Looks great but must say I was surprised to see so much daylight between the gasket and the card:

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Old 11-07-2017, 11:33 PM
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Well, he's back from SGC. Looks great but must say I was surprised to see so much daylight between the gasket and the card:

Sharp looking card Andrew. I thought SGC puts them in a Mylar Sleeve and then the holder? Is the plastic holder acid free? I'm not to famerial with the kind of holders they use.
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Default new Worch variation

At least I think so. All the other Martins I've seen have the blank background. Sometimes ebay still comes through...
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At least I think so. All the other Martins I've seen have the blank background. Sometimes ebay still comes through...
Great pick up, Tim. Keen eye. I agree that ebay still has hidden treasures every now and then. My only current Worch is still here in post 97. I might have to pick up a few more in the future.
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Old 06-09-2018, 12:06 PM
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Default Time for an update on the Worches

Hi all,
Still obsessed with the Worches over here. I continue to compile new variations to the checklist, which is ever-expanding. If you have acquired any recently that you think might be uncataloged, let me know-

I am also trying to compile scans of all the cards. I need scans of all these MLB players. Please let me know if you can supply any, or even just confirm their existence.

Earl Adams
Ivy Andrews
Herman Bell
Estel Crabtree
George Davis
Leo Durocher
George Gibson
Burleigh Grimes
Charlie Grimm
Frank Grube
Jesse Haines
Ray Hayworth
Harvey Hendrick
Billy Herman
Frank Hogan
Hank Johnson
Sam Leslie
Ernie Lombardi
Adolfo Luque
Jim Mooney
Joe Moore
Bob O'Farrell
Ernie Orsatti
Eppa Rixey
Blondy Ryan
Roy Spencer
Casey Stengel
Riggs Stephenson
Gabby Street
Gus Suhr
Danny Taylor
Al Todd
Bill Urbanski
Johnny Vergez
Bill Walker
George Watkins
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Old 06-09-2018, 03:11 PM
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Default Burleigh "Berley" Grimes



... Hi Tim The Worch Cigar Premium Grimes I'm cleaning to replace back into the 1935 St. Paul Saints poster has the first name spelled " Berley "----- Berley Grimes vs. "Burleigh Grimes"---what are the odds that it's two different players ??--hopes this muddies the waters for ya....

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Old 06-09-2018, 03:35 PM
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Default Grimeses

Hi "Mike,"
I know, I wondered whether the Burleigh Grimes might be a phantom thread from the Berley in the AA set - especially since no one has actually produced a Burleigh for inspection. But Burleigh was still pitching in 33, so we can't rule it out.

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Old 06-11-2018, 11:13 AM
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Default Calling Mikegarcia

Hi Ben,

Did you see my note of Friday? I would love to get a pic of your Minneapolis poster for the checklisting effort. I think you have only sent the St Paul one previously. Please email me at apspr@msn.com
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