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Old 01-20-2019, 01:57 PM
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There are several Perdue and Hickman T206's on ebay right now.
Good one, Pat. Very funny. Here's my Hub Perdue. This is what they call a "set filler".
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Good one, Pat. Very funny. Here's my Hub Perdue. This is what they call a "set filler".
Nolonger a set filler!!! A highlight of someones back run/ collection these days!!
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Old 01-20-2019, 02:34 PM
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Good one, Pat. Very funny. Here's my Hub Perdue. This is what they call a "set filler".
Looks fine to me Rob, well loved with no paper loss.
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if i needed that one for a set, i'd happily include it
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Rob - Of course, I knew you had a Hub! Only the 2nd Hub I have ever seen... Thank you for sharing! One heck of a filler...
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Old 01-21-2019, 03:25 AM
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Congrats on the SL subset, Jer, I knew you could do it! Here are the most difficult cards in this set according to the combined sgc and psa pop reports

LaPorte 0
Hoffman 1
McIntyre 2
Hickman 2
perdue 2
rossman 2
schmidt 2
molesworth 2
rhoades 2
greminger 2
willett 2
smith 2
charles 3
cree 3
most Cobb 12
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Default Are the 1910 COUPON (T213-1) cards really T206's ? ....I think so. ....What say you ?

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Congrats on the SL subset, Jer, I knew you could do it! Here are the most difficult cards in this set according to the combined sgc and psa pop reports

LaPorte 0
Hoffman 1
McIntyre 2
Hickman 2
perdue 2
rossman 2
schmidt 2
molesworth 2
rhoades 2
greminger 2
willett 2
smith 2
charles 3
cree 3
most Cobb 12

Hi Rob

Thanks for posting that "scarcity" list. It's nice to know that my 1910 COUPON collection includes 3 of the toughest subjects (according to the pop reports).
Which reminds me, I most likely will have Rossman and Willett graded, eventually.


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Old 01-21-2019, 09:57 AM
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Ted, What's the transfer on your Rossman coupon? I think it might be an
EPDG transfer.
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Rob - Great pics, and scarcity list! Does anyone know of any ungraded Cobb Coupon cards in the Universe? I don't, except for the one that was in that completed set done many years ago, which I believe now has been broken up and sold in pieces if memory serves...

The Cobb count could be representative of the max amount of Coupon's per player and the Cobb possibly, has a few that have been double graded/crossed over, etc. - My assumption would be there are 8-15 Coupon Cobb's including all graded/raw examples. You have to figure there are more Cobb's than other common players, so when I think of the definition of rare, I would say 8-15 examples is right in the sweet spot. I figure the average number of Coupons for most players is around 4-8.... What event happened to make these so limited? Break up of ATC, stop production? (May-1911). Hurricane of 1915?? It appears Coupons and Red Suns have similar production with Red Suns having a few more examples... Both are rare. Red Suns stopped production of the intended 2nd series at 75 cards. Was this at/around the time Coupon's were just starting production? 1911 ??? So many questions, but I feel like the darts are all around the bulls eye and we just need more time and research to connect the dots... Ramble end.
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Old 01-21-2019, 11:07 AM
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Ted, What's the transfer on your Rossman coupon? I think it might be an
EPDG transfer.
It looks like paper addition on the front but with the smaller scan it's hard to tell it could be paper loss but either way it looks like it was stuck to an EPDG
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