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Old 09-04-2017, 06:41 AM
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A few created by TCMA for the Jim Thorpe postage stamp in 1984:

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I like to send them out to get signed.......
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Thanks for posting. Cool covers.
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Old 09-04-2017, 01:06 PM
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A friend gave me these several years ago. Not a lot of value but I like them. I also have covers for the 1983 Ruth and 1989 Gehrig stamps.
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Old 09-04-2017, 01:39 PM
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Here's some signed 1939 FDC's of mine. I no longer own the Cobb Johnson but they are great collectibles! I was actually in Cooperstown yesterday. Beautiful town and region..
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I have quite a few. Some were made by TCMA. Many are show related.
Her's a few, until I can scan more.





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Collecting First Day of Issue Baseball Stamp Covers is an acquired taste for baseball memorabilia collectors. If the hobby of collecting stamps is nearing end of life because of lack of young collectors take a look at the number of kids at card shows or the cost of a pack of cards.
So take the time to appreciate the art work of first day covers and the commemoration of an event or player it is a benefit to your collection. Not the cost or eBay value but it may add value to your collection? Visit my web site to see why I feel this way www.1939baseball.com
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Old 09-05-2017, 10:27 AM
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Collecting First Day of Issue Baseball Stamp Covers is an acquired taste for baseball memorabilia collectors. If the hobby of collecting stamps is nearing end of life because of lack of young collectors take a look at the number of kids at card shows or the cost of a pack of cards.
So take the time to appreciate the art work of first day covers and the commemoration of an event or player it is a benefit to your collection. Not the cost or eBay value but it may add value to your collection? Visit my web site to see why I feel this way www.1939baseball.com
What a great site Steve! Thanks for sharing!!
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I've been collecting autographed first day and commemorative covers (mainly the ones from Gateway Stamp Company) since 1981. I've also branched into the World Series covers from Bull's Eye, as well as a few from Zaso. They also tie in nicely with my other interest, signed postal covers for all the Mercury, Gemini, Apollo and Space Shuttle missions.

When I was a kid, in addition to collecting baseball cards and autographs, I also collected US postage stamps, as my dad was a big stamp collector. I guess that's where I got my love for the postal covers, as they tied together my main collecting interests (space, sports and stamps).

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sometimes when an event cover isn't commercially produced, you have to make them yourself (I made these as Ripken got closer to Gehrig back in 1989).....

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