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Old 10-10-2018, 08:21 AM
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Default Colgan's & Ju Ju Drums

I always thought of these as neat issues. E254 being obviously the most common. Then Red Borders and the Tin Tops about the same for availability? With the Ju Ju Drums being much tougher to come by then any of the Colgan's.

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Old 10-10-2018, 08:51 AM
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I can't add much value due to a lack of experience with Colgan's in general, but these cards have really grown on me. I'll edit this post later with a pic of my Honus Wagner Colgan's I got at National.
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I always liked this issue too. It has a lot of minor leaguers. Some of the cards are exceedingly tough.

There is a near set in the fall 2018 REA auction.

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Some nice Colgan's. I like 'em too.
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In my opinion, here is the order of scarcity, from most common to least:

E254 Colgan's Chips (by far most common)
E270 Red Border
E270 Tin Tops (just slightly tougher to come by than Red Borders)
E286 Ju-Ju Drums
E254 Colgan's Chips with '208 in Present Series' on back (may be about same
as Ju-Ju Drums, but definitely don't see them as often)

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Here's my only Colgan's example...McCarthy as a minor leaguer. I like 'em too though:

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Not a HOFer but my two of gramps aka Danny Murphy. I am seeking the tin top still if anyone has one available.
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Pop 4, pop 3 and pop 4.





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Those are great, Jeff. If you need the Atlanta Walker just let me know which you’d swap it for. 🤑
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