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T206Collector 03-25-2021 04:24 PM

T206 Player Autographs - Examples Needed
 
I have spent many weeks combing through old auctions and the World War I draft card registry and am having trouble finding scans/pics of autographs for several players in the T206 set. Not surprisingly, most of the missing names are Southern Leaguers, Minor Leaguers and/or those who died young. When I started first posted here, I needed 70, but thanks to all of the great responses, I am now down to just 36 missing!

If anyone has visual examples of any of the players listed below, I would appreciate if you could send me an image. You can PM me, post it here, or email me at SignedT206@gmail.com

Thanks for your help!

NOW MISSING 36
(Last Updated 04-18-2021)

Adkins Doc
Barry Shad
Bastian Jack
Bell George
Burch Al

Carey Scoops
Casey Doc
Cassidy Peter
Cranston Bill
Davidson Paul

Donahue Jiggs
Hart Bill
Hart Jimmy
Helm J. Ross
Howard Ernie

Kiernan J.F.
King Frank
Lafitte James
Lentz (Sentz) Harry
McCauley Pat

McGann Dan
Miller Molly
Nichols Simon
O'Brien Pete
Phelan Jimmy

Poland Phil
Powers Doc
Reagan Ed
Revelle Dutch
Ryan Ray

Smith Carlos
Thornton Woodie
Unglaub Bob
Violat (Viola) Juan
Westlake James

White Foley

Scott Garner 03-25-2021 04:41 PM

Ted Breitenstein
 
Hi Paul,
I just sent you pics of a nice Ted Breitenstein exemplar out of my personal collection.
Cheers!

milkit1 03-25-2021 04:57 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Here is a Fred Payne example. A few others can be found in the deadball stars book like Fielder Jones for example

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T206Collector 03-25-2021 05:31 PM

Thanks Sean! I will confer with those books. I appreciate the heads up!

T206Collector 04-16-2021 11:46 AM

Found a few more in my digging through old war records. Updated above to reflect this. Anybody got an image of an autograph for any of the remaining folks?

Thanks for the help!

prewarsports 04-16-2021 10:36 PM

I had a few Bud Sharpe autographs and sold my last one through Jim Stinson around Christmas time, I bet he still has a scan somewhere. There are a few others I either have now or have had in the past and might still have scans of, I will look and see if any are still on my example hard drive.

T206Collector 04-17-2021 02:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by prewarsports (Post 2093713)
I had a few Bud Sharpe autographs and sold my last one through Jim Stinson around Christmas time, I bet he still has a scan somewhere. There are a few others I either have now or have had in the past and might still have scans of, I will look and see if any are still on my example hard drive.

Thanks for looking! Just updated to reflect a few examples that have been emailed to me this afternoon, Sharpe being one of them.

HexsHeroes 04-17-2021 07:01 PM

Rhys,

Do you still have your scan of George Henry “Heinie” Smith signature you sold many years ago ? That is one of the remaining names on Paul’s list

prewarsports 04-17-2021 07:27 PM

I will need to see, those would be on a different hard drive.

HexsHeroes 04-18-2021 05:11 PM

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Here is signature of George Henry "Heinie" Smith,
sold several years ago by Prewarsports
(image curtesy of Rhys Yeakley):
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T206Collector 04-18-2021 05:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HexsHeroes (Post 2094264)
Here is signature of George Henry "Heinie" Smith,
sold several years ago by Prewarsports
(image curtesy of Rhys Yeakley):
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Oh wow! Thank you!!

HexsHeroes 04-19-2021 08:31 AM

James Doc Casey ...
 
Sometime around 1/12/2003, in his Autographs for sale Listing #199 (item 254), Jim Stinson offered a signed 6x8 turn of the century cabinet photo signed by James Doc Casey. Jim posted an image of that item in the listing.

In his Update Listing distributed around 7/24/2009, Jim also offered for sale a closely cropped signature cut (attached to 3x5 index card) of Jimmy Doc Casey, taken from a 1903 Chicago Cubs scrapbook. But an image of that cut was not displayed.

Perhaps Jim still has images saved for either item. Or, perhaps another Net54 OC member has Jim’s original #199 listing with the offered 6x8 cabinet photo, and would take and post a snapshot of that printed image.

T206Collector 04-19-2021 12:39 PM

Thanks for the lead!


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