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Old 01-19-2015, 09:59 PM
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Ain't nothin' wrong with a high grade AB Cobb!
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I wish my Topps cards from the 1970s were in that good a condition. WOW!

just goes to show you, guys...keep your fingers crossed, your eyes open, and your hopes and dreams still have a slim chance of occurring. LOL

The lesson here, seriously, is a firm reminder to treat the older folks right - which we should all do anyway...I just am more aware of that need since I turned 59...one of the very few things I am more aware of these days.
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Anyone else think some of those cards looked trimmed?
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Anyone else think some of those cards looked trimmed?
If you're referring to the t206's they were likely all american beautys...which "are" trimmed by their nature!
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It also would be cool to know how many t205 AB's there were?
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If you're referring to the t206's they were likely all american beautys...which "are" trimmed by their nature!
Ahh...that makes sense. Didn't know that about ABs.
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Old 01-19-2015, 10:52 PM
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the pile with elberfeld! prob a nice stack of ab 350 and 460 nf's....

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I wonder if they had a few your missing....


or my AB nf Johnson I need?????????
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So many cigarette cards were donated to the WW1 paper drive by patriotic Americans that it always is surprising that these keep popping up.
Looks like T202s, T205s and T206s only....
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Forget the baseball cards. The painting of the early Yankees baseball crowd is the best item on this episode!
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Whoa! I didn't think the cards could have been that fabulous when I posted about the painting.
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