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Old 09-24-2005, 05:54 PM
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Posted By: tbob

I jumped the gun here but it was taking FOREVER to load the Sep. 05 pickup page.
Thanks to everyone who sold me these cards, I am finally zeroing in on the complete set. I still nead Ryan, Shinn and LaLonge if anyone has those (hint).

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at first glance it looks like any thinner rare back T-206. But I am looking for them lately so I was hopeful! Good pick up~

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I will post something when it is actualy OCTOBER!

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Posted By: warshawlaw

I bought a full boxed set of Japanese cards, the 1959 Doyusha Game JGA5 set of 40 cards. It features 15 HOFers. Below are Shigeo Nagashima (10 Spades): Mr. Baseball, 6 batting titles, 5 MVP, 2 HR titles, 444 HR, 5 RBI titles and Tadashi Sugiura (9 Spades): Two time 30 game winner:


Next up, a Zeenuts O'Doul manager card:

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Not quite vintage but I enjoy it.

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1924 Zeenut.



Mose Yellowhorse also has an interesting biography, available from Amazon

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1931 W-UNC Strip Card.

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1958 Hires Test Issue, a very rare 50's regional issue.

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Finally got a Tris Speaker 206---it's a beaut if only an SGC 30.
And my birthday is this week---what a great present, from my wife!

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Another key card added to the quest and it only cost $80



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Jay- That's a great deal on a Black Sox, especially a tough one like Risberg. Good one.

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Old 09-26-2005, 01:07 PM
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Posted By: jay behrens

There are still deals to be had out there in eBay land. But I did have to threaten Ted so he wouldn't bid on it to protect his investment

Unfortunately, the Delong that came today had a very good trim job. Card seems to meaure up OK, but the card had a poor scan and the trimming that is obvious in person didn't show becuase of the poor scan. I imagine it was shaved just enough to keep it within the size range, but there was too much corner wear to keep it from being obvious.

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34 Goudey Lefty Grove

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One of 4 this month. Hopefully my wife doesn't see the check book. Or the credit card bill could be real bad this month.

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... much like its subject

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BTW the cracker jack isn't trimmed, just a bad scan.

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Posted By: DSGreen

My first post here (though I have been lurking for some time) and a purchase I made this month but it just went up on SGC's registry today. Also, not sure how to go about posting images here, so if it is okay, I'll just link to the registry.

Can anyone tell me if this is a unique pose? I couldn't find anything on the internet pertaining to this pose.

http://sgccardregistry.com/index.asp?action=5&setid=244

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Posted By: Julie Vognar




The Howes are from BMW, the NY cute guy is from Rhett.



Oh yeah..and a Dominion Chocolate (1924) Joliet...

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Posted By: Tim Newcomb

The "phantom" M101-5 #12 Beals Becker



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the "lost" E97s (i.e., the ones that I failed to buy at FT. Washington in May, but were still there in September):





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Two gorgeous Dockmans:





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a very tough M116, graded good for no reason I can detect:




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And finally, one to offend the sensibilities of the high-grade types:

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Old 09-28-2005, 01:51 AM
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Posted By: jay behrens

Got one today all you printing error fans will like. A 1941 PLay Ball of HOFer Lefty Gomez with the belonging to Babe Dahlgren. The back is also upside compared to what it should be normally.



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You're amassing a wonderful Cobb collection !

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1941 W573 St. Louis Browns Team Issue



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Thanks to pete c., jay miller, and sandiegowill!

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Posted By: jay behrens

David, I'm pretty sure you are off by one number. Should be w754. You working on the set? I still need 6 more for my player set adn sadly, of the 26 currently on eBay, not a single one is one I need The guy's asking price is insane. Iv'e been picking them up for less than opening bis and his $50 BIN is a total joke.

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Posted By: jamie

I finally broke down and bought Cycleback's book. That's right, David- I won't be bugging you for information on photograph finds anymore (well, at least not as much).


And as a companion, I picked up this early Japanese baseball team photo from 1900.

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Posted By: David Vargha

Jay -- You are right. My dyslexia has reared its ugly head once again. It is W753 for the Browns. I have the 3 HOF'ers (Mize, Slaughter and Rickey) from the W754 Cards Team Issue set. I sold almost a complete set of them, individually. I know that Jay Wolt (Quality Cards) and Joe Yanello (Shoeless Joe's - www.joesvintagesportscards.com) bought a bunch of them and may still have some left.

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Posted By: BlackSoxFan

Is it just me or is there a better solution for this type of thread? This isn't ment to be critical at all...i love looking at all this stuff, but my point is this: if we have yet to reach October 1, isn't it odd that there are already 30 plus posts in the Oct 05 pick ups?

Just a thought....

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Nowhere does it say Babe Ruth on this english tobacco card, but it sure looks like him.

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Can anyone tell me about this cabinet card? I just got it on the 24th. Thanx.




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Posted By: jamie

dont know if this is much help but there's some mention of ad claflin in this old sports paper: http://www.aafla.org/SportsLibrary/Outing/Volume_04/outIV01/outIV01q.pdf

he apparently served on some kind of baseball committee and was a cyclist

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and even gives the date. The name of the photographer is on the front...what else do you want to know? (Or have you researched Harvard baseball and found the info. not to be true?)

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BCD?

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Posted By: Tom Boblitt

did all the Harvard photos from that time period. Have had individual (uniformed) players and team cabinets from that period with the same type of mount. Always scared of ununiformed unsureabout players but hopefully you didn't pay an arm ang leg for it, so I would imagine it's legit........

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Just a common OJ player

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Posted By: Joe_G.

You've got a problem John, have you ever passed on a Corcoran before?

I have a minute to kill, so here's a little history.

Corcoran has two poses originally issued in 1887 within the common leading "0" numbered series with Indianapolis. Both poses were re-issued a 2nd time in 1887 under the type 2 "0" numbered series (card number, name, position, and team in script at bottom with smaller restyled OJ banner/box). Then a third variation with his new London team surfaced in 1888 (again both poses).

So John, you not only have all 6 variations (as shown in your avatar), but you are collecting dups. How many Corcoran cards do you have? Are you finding the "a" variation is easier than "b" is easier than "c"?

Happy collecting?
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Posted By: john/z28jd

I have passed on one before Joe but it was so someone else who sold me this card could buy one.The one i passed on was on ebay recently.Heres the breakdown i have which should answer your question:

4 of the Hands at chest,indiapolis pitcher version



6 of the hands at chest,indianapolis,p version


3 hands at chest,london version


3 hands at shoulder indianapolis pitcher version


3 hands at shoulder indianapolis p version


2 hands at shoulder london version

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Posted By: Rob (NYC)

Thanx for the extra info! I just needed to make sure because I do not really trust writing on the back. However, I think this may be him in the suit (2nd from left on the floor):




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Posted By: Joe_G.

I hope Leon and other board members don't mind me bumping this to the top (ahead of 1st October Pickups), but I need to give John props for showing how collectable OJs can be. Just look at how many copies of the same pose John has accumulated. It all comes down to perseverance. Granted, not all players/poses were created equally, but a majority of the issue is very collectable. You just have to hang in there and the card(s) you desire will show up.

So John, I guess you would agree that the 1887 type 1 cards are a but easuer than 1887 type 2 being easier than the 1888 examples. Not by a landslide, but seems to follow the general trend. Also interesting to see some variation within the three variations of each pose. For example, the type 2 cards don't always show the banner in the same location on the card etc. I'm sure you can pick out other variations amongst your cards when viewed closely in person.

Gotta luv the set.

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Posted By: john/z28jd

The London versions are definitely harder to find but that could partly be because team collectors have only 2 choices when it comes to a London card,and Pettee(the other London player) is pretty tough to find.It took me well over a year to find one for him and the only other London Pettee ive seen was way overpriced but sold anyway.

The scans also show the 2nd pose,hands at shoulder,has a much lighter picture comparitively.Im wondering if that has something to do with it being harder to find than the other,about 2:1 ratio from what ive seen.Could they have stopped making it because of poor picture quality or less people actually saved it because of that reason? Chances are we will never know why but its interesting to think about.Also makes me wonder if theres any other player which this also occurs,but you would need to see a large sample group together at the same time to notice something like that.

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Posted By: Richard Lloyd

I just recieved this 1949 PCL BOWMAN SET...It should grade EX or better...

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