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Old 03-16-2017, 09:53 AM
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Hunts now has a pair of signed Marquards that are new to the hobby. Updated composites now have 47 different examples. Crazy.
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Old 03-20-2017, 02:51 PM
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I saw those. I was thinking, I sure have seen a fair amount of signed Marquards.

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Maybe it is just me, but I like the way Marquard signed his autograph, neat, tidy and totally legible. Compare that to present day unreadable ink blot signatures usually left by many notable players. I think the last player to truly respect and embrace polite requests for autographs was Cal Ripken, Jr.
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Default T206 Marquard Signed Reprint

Well, not exactly. A few books and periodicals show black and white photos of Marquard's T206 portrait pose, which some enterprising collectors clipped and had Rube sign for them. Here's the only one I've seen, which I just picked up on ebay...

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Default A Pair of New Marquards

Two additional Marquards have made their way into the hobby-sphere. That brings the total identified up to 49. C'Mon ...someone out there must have Number 50!!!
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Has to be the most T206's autoed by one player. Someone is going to find a hoard somewhere in an attic
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Let's call it 49.5 (not my card)
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Has to be the most T206's autoed by one player.
Easily. It helped that he was a HOFer, who lived until 1980 - 93 years old - and lived somewhat close-ish to Cooperstown, in Maryland, where he would visit and of course sign autographs for fans.

Honorable mention would go to Larry Doyle, Fred Snograss, Lefty Leifield, George McBride, and Paddy Livingston.

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I should hope not -- I just traded for it!
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Old 05-11-2017, 02:17 PM
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In that case -- sorry to steal your thunder ... Nice pick up!

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Here's 50! With orange ink, no less!
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