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Old 08-30-2017, 04:00 PM
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Oh and I think in the future...big name Hofer e cards will continue to rise...albeit at a slower rate than more mainstream issues. But the days of crazy priced common types is behind us I believe.
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No love for E96?

Only 30 cards, neat red print checklist on the backs, and Connie Mack! Great attainable set.

When one completes E96, then what?
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Favorite e-card.

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No love for E96?

Only 30 cards, neat red print checklist on the backs, and Connie Mack! Great attainable set.

When one completes E96, then what?
Seek out its E95 brother with all the heavy hitters (Cobb, Matty, Wagner, etc.)

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E254 Colgan's Zach Wheat.
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E254 Colgan's Zach Wheat.
Nice expression on Wheat...

and a red border to boot....with the can it came in.

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And it definitely is "stashed away" among its signed tobacco brothers. This beauty was sold among all the signed T206 cards from the Great Pittsburgh Find of 2007.

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This Auto Card is So Surreal...
It's Like Mr. Doyle's Auto Card was Pull'd from a Pack ~
This is One of the Nicest Auto Cards I've Ever Gazed Upon!

And... My E90-1 Addition
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I would very much like to find some more of these:

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I would very much like to find some more of these:

Me too!
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Default Where are the E126 Collectors?

E cards were all candy and gum before 1933.....I can't remember the last time someone came up to me at a show and asked if I had any E126 American Caramels? (most have a printed back unlike the one shown).....there are around 40 on the bay and my guess is most, except the bigger HOFers, don't move very quickly..This one is a boomerang from the first collection.

https://www.ebay.com/sch/Sports-Trad...=R40&_nkw=e126

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