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Old 02-27-2007, 09:32 PM
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Posted By: Bob

Thought I would get this started a day early because it was taking quite a while for the last thread to load.
Thanks to Scott B. for the E94 Turner which will arrive soon. Scott assures me the markings are on the holder not the card and that the background which looks lava lampish is actually solid green.

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Thanks, Josh:


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Posted By: Joann

A little behind on scanning and posting - a few from the past month or more.


Joann

The BW Rossman I've had for awhile, but recently picked up the regular version to go with it from Rob Fouch on BST.

Griffith from Trae, Chesbro from Bruce K, and the Jennings PC from Joe D - all from the BST as well.







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Posted By: Joe Brennan

I know it's a bit early but here it is. Reached my T206 goal for the year with the Johnson pick up.


In Rememberance of James W. Brennan Sr. 1924-1982. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me.

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Joann, that is a wonderful Jennings image and a damn nice 1.

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Posted By: Bob

Thanks to Dr. Darren for helping me get to one card away from completing the DeLong set (Klein if anyone has one).

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Posted By: barrysloate

Bob- I've got a Klein for auction, that's the good news. The bad news is you will have to buy the other 23 with it.

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Posted By: Joe Jones

1896 Paterson Silk Weavers Team Pin with Wagner and Barrow.


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Posted By: Adam J. Baxter

Great pins Joe!

my latest pick up:

1907 New England League team PC (Fred Klobedanz makes his second appearance on the board this month ):



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Posted By: joe brennan

Great pins Joe. Adam, that's a great postcard. Joe

In Rememberance of James W. Brennan Sr. 1924-1982. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me.

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Posted By: quan

just won this on ebay on a whim. hope it's real gonna pick it up later.

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Old 02-28-2007, 02:42 PM
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Posted By: Jason Carota

Joe Brennan:

Great looking Johnson! Nice pickup.

Adam Baxter:

Great pickup on the New Bedford postcard. I was watching it for a while, then somehow removed it (accidentally) from my watch list and forgot about it.

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Posted By: Bruce MacPherson

Took me three years to get a decent copy. Finally completed my set.



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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

Nice e98 Bruce, I was wondering who won that. Thought I had it for sure!

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Posted By: peter ullman

quan...looks good to me...i was watching that one...didn't see where it ended...but nice buy!

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Posted By: Joann

Thanks Jeff. It's a classic pose - well, more like an action than pose - that hasn't been represented in my collection since I sold my T3 Jennings. I'm happy to have it.

Joann

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Joann, I've got a T3 Jennings that I just love. Great pose, great story behind the man. And a large part of the early success of one of my alltime favorites (thanks to Scott Elkins):

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Posted By: Joann

Jeff - if my T3 Jennings had looked that good I'd probably still have it! And ... I'll trade you the Jennings PC for the Cobb even up. But the offer is only good until midnight.

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Posted By: Brian

"Took me three years to get a decent copy. Finally completed my set."

Congrats Bruce!

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Posted By: jP

Kind of funny how they seem to ignore the 1919 series scandal! Looks like going to be some interesting reading.





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Posted By: Joe Jones

Thanks for the nice comments about my new pins. This just came from Mastro today. The condition looks even better in person!

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Posted By: joe brennan

"Took me three years to get a decent copy. Finally completed my set."

Congrads!!!!!


Thanks for the comment on my Johnson. LOL

In Rememberance of James W. Brennan Sr. 1924-1982. Dad, thanks for everything you did for me.

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Old 03-03-2007, 12:31 PM
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Posted By: John

Joe amazing pins!, Jeff super T3 of Jennings always had soft spot for that one.



After seeing the Johnson PSA 4 on ebay blow for 14k, figured these would fit nice for the price.

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Posted By: quan

very "sharp" t204s john! nice looking cards. i got in on the plank spirit also thanks to a fellow collector. i was told it's the super rare t206 variation missing a couple layers of blue ink etc.

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Posted By: JimB

Quan,
That is a nice one.
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Posted By: John

Wow Quan love that Plank. Amazing shape, great pickup congrats. It seems to be a Plank month huh??

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Posted By: John

Wow if thats a 1 hate to see the 2 might cut your hands just holding it....

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Posted By: Bruce MacPherson

Wow, nice looking Matty. Is the tack hole on top the only reason that it got a 1?

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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

Any kind of pin hole is an automatic PSA 1. Thanks for compliments!

here's his manager...

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Posted By: Jason Carota

Great looking T3's!

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Posted By: nbrazil

Thanks to Daniel for the mathewson!



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Posted By: Steve f

Same green as a 2007 Topps Jeter... Bizarre hobby.

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Posted By: Steve M.

Steve:

That Young is a nice T206.

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Posted By: Steve f

It'll have to suffice Steve. Can't afford Caramels, like the deep pocketed fellows.

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Posted By: john/z28jd

2 OJ commons

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Posted By: Anonymous

Picked up at the Reading show today


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Posted By: Joe D.

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Posted By: DMcD

Some really nice stuff, sportsfans!
A bit of this and a bit of that for me.


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Posted By: Phil Garry

Just back from SGC at the Philly Show this weekend.............



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Posted By: Joe_G.

As most here know, I collect 19th Century Detroit, in particular, items relating to the 1887 Championship team. Lately (~2 years ago), I broadened my scope to include cards of Detroit players who were never pictured with Detroit. Sy Sutcliffe is one such player, he played 4 games with Detroit in 1887, the last four Championship games after Bennett was injured. Charlie Ganzel would normally catch when Bennett wasn't available but he was covering 1st for the "lame" Dan Brouthers. So Detroit signed him with 4 games left in the 15 game World Championship (Detroit already having won 8 games hence crowned World Champions before Sutcliffe signed). Sutcliffe would stay with Detroit during 1888 and then went to Cleveland with several other Detroits after the team disbanded.

So here he is, the fifth and final pose was purchased recently and still needs to be graded (thanks Toby). It might raise the average grade just a bit Nothing really tough about these cards, just thought I'd post them all together since I hadn't previously.



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Posted By: hotshot888

Brad,

Nice Grove. Looks better with your scan.

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Posted By: john/z28jd

Joe,great scan,love seeing all the poses of a player together like that with a story to go along with it. So whens that book coming out?

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Posted By: Joe_G.

John, what book ? If one were to be done I'd need lot's of help from Jay Miller and others OR perhaps Jay will take it on with the help of me and others . . . time will tell.

And look at you, I wouldn't call your latest two OJs "commons" ! Nice cards, congrats.

Best Regards,
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Posted By: Jason Carota

Great looking McGraw!!

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Posted By: DMcD

Jason: Here's a better look at the T207 McGraw. Hard to get a decent image to post with a digital camera- got to get me a scanner one of these days. Seems like most of McGraw's cards I've seen are portrait cards and of the cards where he's playing ball I think the T207 is the nicest (even if was made after his playing days were over).

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Posted By: Marc S.

A very difficult to find OJ. I would be curious to know where you were able to find it [and, if you would be willing to share -- a ballpark price]. I've only seen one other in the past 2-3 years, and that was an example that Levin recently sold.

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