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Old 01-14-2019, 06:27 AM
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Default White Plains-Ty Cobb Post Card Pick Ups

I did the White Plains show this weekend--Picked up 2 nice Ty Cobb Post Cards--The Taylor and Heimer--also previously picked up the Wolverine and M101---I really am getting into the Post Cards--I like the Wolverine where it is postmarked and dated on the back--anybody else have some PC's to show. thanks, Don
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Old 01-14-2019, 06:57 AM
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Nice Don!! Youíre getting in deep! Here are a few that I have in the current collection:
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Old 01-14-2019, 07:02 AM
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Nice Don!! Youíre getting in deep! Here are a few that I have in the current collection:
Brian--Beautiful Post Cards--
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Default Nice Stuff

Don,

It was a pleasure to meet you at the show yesterday (I was with Patrick).

Those postcards are very nice and I was very inpressed with all of the material at your table!

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Old 01-14-2019, 08:17 AM
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Don,

It was a pleasure to meet you at the show yesterday (I was with Patrick).

Those postcards are very nice and I was very inpressed with all of the material at your table!

Mike
Mike--thanks and it was also very nice meeting you--It looked like you 3 guys had a real good time--I am glad you enjoyed the show and thanks for stopping by. Don
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Great pick ups Don- I heard you had the booth of the show at white plains last weekend (par for the course). Here are my three Cobb PCs, I think all of them are from Orlando R; maybe one from you Brian?
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Old 01-14-2019, 10:28 AM
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Great pick ups Don- I heard you had the booth of the show at white plains last weekend (par for the course). Here are my three Cobb PCs, I think all of them are from Orlando R; maybe one from you Brian?
Wow---those are the Best---Beautiful cards
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Great pick ups Don- I heard you had the booth of the show at white plains last weekend (par for the course). Here are my three Cobb PCs, I think all of them are from Orlando R; maybe one from you Brian?
Yes, 2/3 from me. The Cobb Sepia from Brian. Don, I am glad to see you getting into PCís. You really jumped in with some great ones. I particularly love the Wolverine.
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Orlando, come out of retirement!
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Awesome postcards! So, Orly retired and now we have more Cobb postcard collectors! Love the Max Stein and Wolverine. Can't wrong with any of them. Orly, enjoy your break and get back to the hobby soon! See ya in the fantasy leagues.
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Old 01-14-2019, 10:26 PM
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Havent shared this collage in awhile. Ok, so welcome to collecting Cobb postcards. Here is your pop quiz... How many items can you name? Bonus question.. How many cards are not postcards!
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Don, it was nice seeing you again at WP. The Cobbs you had there were exceptional. Thanks for the 1921 Exhibits Babe.
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Don, it was nice seeing you again at WP. The Cobbs you had there were exceptional. Thanks for the 1921 Exhibits Babe.
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I will play... Iím guessing 4 arenít PCs... not familiar with the upper right, top middle, middle sliding and then bottom middle...

I see Am League Publishing, Both Dietsche, Both Wolverine, Detroit Free Press, Topping, Pinkerton, HM Taylor, Max Stein, the Godzilla one (forget what itís called but know there are only 3?), Rose, Brush, two Sepia, Seamless Steel, Sporting News and Novelty Cutlery...


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Havent shared this collage in awhile. Ok, so welcome to collecting Cobb postcards. Here is your pop quiz... How many items can you name? Bonus question.. How many cards are not postcards!
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I will play... Iím guessing 4 arenít PCs... not familiar with the upper right, top middle, middle sliding and then bottom middle...

I see Am League Publishing, Both Dietsche, Both Wolverine, Detroit Free Press, Topping, Pinkerton, HM Taylor, Max Stein, the Godzilla one (forget what itís called but know there are only 3?), Rose, Brush, two Sepia, Seamless Steel, Sporting News and Novelty Cutlery...
I think the middle sliding is a La Azora schedule, no?
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3 non postcards. I have a question for JC, how many of the postcards are NOT from known sets?
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3 non postcards. I have a question for JC, how many of the postcards are NOT from known sets?
Define "known" sets? Example, I have a known checklist for Max Stein. Pinkerton has been listed as scorecard-Photo-Cabinet-Postcrad. Having a blank or stat back would not make it a postcard even though its similar in size.
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I'll define as just not a one off, meaning other players or poses exist from the same series.
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The 3 non postcards are the two Azoras and the Pinkerton.
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Don, your material was great, as usual. I think Justin picked up a Goudey Ruth from you on Sunday, if I'm correct.

I love all these gorgeous postcards. I hadn't realized, Don, that one of your Cobb's was postmarked-- from Detroit, no less. I believe the card companies should increase the grades for postmarks because they pinpoint the date by the Federal Government.

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Don, your material was great, as usual. I think Justin picked up a Goudey Ruth from you on Sunday, if I'm correct.

I love all these gorgeous postcards. I hadn't realized, Don, that one of your Cobb's was postmarked-- from Detroit, no less. I believe the card companies should increase the grades for postmarks because they pinpoint the date by the Federal Government.

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David, Yes you are correct on the postmark, good eye, I do like to see a postmark and stamp on the back--tells you when and where and that is a great point on the grades. Always nice seeing you at the shows.
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Brian, great job and the four you didn't know are

Top Collage
Top Middle La Azora Schedule
Top Upper Right 1914 Larry Semon Evening Sun (rare)

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Top Middle La Azora Schedule
Bottom Middle La Azora Postcard (name has yet to be determined but we know it comes from a set)
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I will play... Iím guessing 4 arenít PCs... not familiar with the upper right, top middle, middle sliding and then bottom middle...

I see Am League Publishing, Both Dietsche, Both Wolverine, Detroit Free Press, Topping, Pinkerton, HM Taylor, Max Stein, the Godzilla one (forget what itís called but know there are only 3?), Rose, Brush, two Sepia, Seamless Steel, Sporting News and Novelty Cutlery...
Oh forgot to mention the Godzilla postcard is a Hubel hotel postcard. Better known as Cobbzilla!!!! One of my favorite postcards of Ty Cobb.
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