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Old 02-08-2019, 12:25 PM
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Default Stamped Pre-War Baseball Cards, etc...

Stamps on cards add a bit of interest for many collectors (but not all ). Here is a neat Sunday School blotter of Mel Ott, circa 1940s, with a Lutheran Church stamp on front. It found its way back from the first collection; funny how that happens. "Show one if ya' got one."
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Old 02-08-2019, 12:28 PM
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Default Lefty Leifield Signed T201 w/ Jefferson Burdick Stamp

Signed by Lefty, stamped by Burdick...

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Old 02-08-2019, 12:50 PM
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T206 Evers stamped by Burdick and a W575-1 stamped by HA Johnson and signed by Baby Doll.
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As rare as the E104-1 cards are, many of them are found with this same back stamp....
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Wow, having a card with Burdick's stamp is very cool...
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interesting stamp on this one...it says: "Nat's Play/ News Depot/ Cigars Tobacco & Can.../ Shoe Repairing/ Nat Huntington/ Blissfield, Michigan". Perhaps the "Can..." is for Candy?

Here's a link to Mr. Huntington's obit: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/...ton-huntington

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Stamps on cards add a bit of interest for many collectors (but not all ). Here is a neat Sunday School blotter of Mel Ott, circa 1940s, with a Lutheran Church stamp on front. It found its way back from the first collection; funny how that happens. "Show one if ya' got one."
And here's the obit for Rev. Abbott from your card, Leon:

http://porterloring.tributes.com/obi...bott-102530284

Looks like he's got 22 grandchildren and 30 great grandchildren!
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Default F. F. Baker T206 McGraw

Here is a T206 McGraw with a 'F. F. Baker' stamp.

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My favorite back stamp that I currently own shouldn't be a surprise to anyone.

I'm always looking for t206's with purple numbers like this by the way in case anyone has any. Thanks.

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Here a few from a collector long ago named Russell W Sewall who apparently liked to try different brands, or he was a kid collecting baseball men from older smokers at the time.


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Nice cards, guys. Of particular ones I really like is Scott's Blanke Wenneker (E104) Mack. It is hard to find presentable, yet nices, such as that one.

Here is a different kind of stamped back. (always interested in attaining more)
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interesting stamp on this one...it says: "Nat's Play/ News Depot/ Cigars Tobacco & Can.../ Shoe Repairing/ Nat Huntington/ Blissfield, Michigan". Perhaps the "Can..." is for Candy?

Here's a link to Mr. Huntington's obit: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/...ton-huntington

There's definitely a D there. Just missed the ink on the Y looks like.
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A stamped Voskamp's from Pittsburgh...
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Two of the three F stamped Obaks.
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Here's the third known Obak 'F' stamp.

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Another coffee addition ...
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$heild PC - Atz
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32 Unc Columbus -Teachout
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11 Zeenut - Seaton (Name in box Variation)
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Love me some Decalco Litho prints...

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