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Old 11-12-2017, 11:53 PM
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16 HR and 81 SO as a rookie in 1889. He was the Aaron Judge of the American Association.
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Card in hand, now I can finally post this. I badly needed this back for my Evers back run, and its one hell of a tough card. Bryan thank you! Bryan (Jobu) and I met up in DC last night to make the swap, and it was great to meet, in person, a guy I have emailed and texted with for over a year but never actually spoken to. Maybe i will meet more Net54 peeps at Philly or Chantilly.

As an aside, with this T213-1 in hand -- first I have ever owned, I dont see how this is not a T206!
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Old 11-14-2017, 11:58 AM
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Card in hand, now I can finally post this. I badly needed this back for my Evers back run, and its one hell of a tough card. Bryan thank you! Bryan (Jobu) and I met up in DC last night to make the swap, and it was great to meet, in person, a guy I have emailed and texted with for over a year but never actually spoken to. Maybe i will meet more Net54 peeps at Philly or Chantilly.

As an aside, with this T213-1 in hand -- first I have ever owned, I dont see how this is not a T206!
crack that evers out of its tomb...caress the card stock...see if you still feel the same!
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crack that evers out of its tomb...caress the card stock...see if you still feel the same!
Yea, I never held one and I understand they are much thinner. But by looks alone, t213-1 looks like a t206 all the away around
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Nice pickup, Ryan. What's needed for your yellow sky back run now?
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Yea, I never held one and I understand they are much thinner. But by looks alone, t213-1 looks like a t206 all the away around
totally agree!
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Nice pickup, Ryan. What's needed for your yellow sky back run now?
Hey Tony. I don't have much left, "only" the Drum, BL 460, and a Sov 350; you know, the easy ones. And I wouldn't mind a t213-3 and a -3 overprint, bc those are common....! My gut is aside from the Sov 350, my back run will remain with a few holes and I doubt I will ever fill all of them.
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I didn't win any of my pre-war REA bids but I did land this beauty.


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