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Old 04-21-2016, 07:18 PM
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Default T330-2 Piedmont Art Stamps...where are they?

As time goes by and the internet matures even more we continue to validate how scarce some items are. It seems the thinner the card stock the more likely the population is small, which makes sense. That being said we almost never see T330-2s for sale. What gives?
This is swiped from my good friends at OldCardboard-

Produced by Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company in 1914
Stamps used to promote L&M's Piedmont cigarette brand
Colorful player image with white-bordered front
Player poses parallel those used in T205 Gold Border set
Backs printed with Album offer (in exchange for 25 coupons)


My only one ....If anyone would like to show one or some, it would be nice to see them?

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Old 04-21-2016, 08:33 PM
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Been awhile . Maybe a year since I've seen some on eBay .
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Tough series.
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Default T330-2

Here's most of mine:
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Old 04-21-2016, 10:00 PM
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Also issued for the NONsports stamps as Chesterfield. Anyone ever seen the BB in Chesterfield format? I have not. I have (3) BB and about 80-100 of the NONsports from the 6 different sets. Cool 'cards'. Love them.
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Wish I had a better copy, but my only one.
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Old 04-22-2016, 01:41 AM
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Default Fragile Artwork

For some reason the creators of the Piedmont art stamps decided to include William Killifer in the set, with artwork (unlike all the other stamps) not seen in the T205 set. The same goes for a couple players on the end panels of T202, Joe Wood and Walter Blair. Thus a combined scan I have used in the past featuring T205 artwork not seen in the T205 set. I just gave the T330-2 checklist a scan and both Blair and Wood are part of the set as well.

Piedmont Art Stamps are cool, and rarely seen. I think I have noticed 3 or 4 on ebay since the beginning of the year.

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They are incredibly fragile, but given their beauty "Art Stamp" truly describes them.
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I have this Marquard in my type collection. Some years ago, I also had this Bender stamp, and I sold it to a Board member; however, it disappeared in transit (the USPS did pay the insurance claim); if anyone should happen to come across this one, please LMK.
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Long time collector but new to this forum...have about 40 Piedmont stamps...dont see many available...this is my favorite

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