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Old 05-05-2017, 01:04 PM
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Fantastic 1865 Harwood and Sons Baseball Letter.
Thank you fellow member Paul for the piece and a deciphering job that was much better than my own.

Goes something like this...

Messrs. Gilbert & Wells,

We send you today for RR to ?
The word in front of "RR" is probably via. 'We send to you today via RR (railroad) to ...' The word after to looks like Fonda.
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Thanks Joe....and you are correct. Harwood was founded in 1858 and the first baseball factory in the world. Interesting that the original building was closed in 1998 and has now been converted into condominiums.
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Old 05-05-2017, 05:21 PM
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Candlestick Park seat...a nice orange (Giants) one; not red (Niners).
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Old 05-06-2017, 07:31 AM
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1994 Mets game used Jim Lindeman jersey, loved this style.
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Grabbed this rare Tiger by the tail this weekend👍 These don't come along very often, so I made the most of my opportunity 😄

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Old 05-06-2017, 11:12 PM
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Grabbed this rare Tiger by the tail this weekend👍 These don't come along very often, so I made the most of my opportunity 😄

Those Buster Browns are my favorite pinbacks. And that one looks to be in great shape. Congrats.

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Was able to pick up a few new lineup cards. These were found in an old barn in Virginia. It looks like a kid tried writing the names of the players on some of these. Somehow he confused "Williams, LF" for the Red Sox. At 38 years old Williams batted .388 and finished 2nd in the MVP race to some guy named Mantle.

Really excited to find 2 new HOF managers in Lopez and Boudreau (brings my total up to 15 different HOF'ers), along with the cool Red Sox card and a nice Orioles line-up card.

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Old 05-13-2017, 07:26 AM
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Grabbed this rare Tiger by the tail this weekend👍 These don't come along very often, so I made the most of my opportunity 😄

I don't collect pins or pennants but the pieces shared here are awesome. What year on the Buster Brown pin? At first glance, I saw the Morton's and thought salt. Neat stuff.
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