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Old 03-08-2009, 08:59 PM
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Posted By: Anonymous

I hope it isn't to early to start a new pickup thread, but I am a little excited! I was able to win a Red Hindu Duffy this evening to fill in the HOF backs line. $ for $, I think I stole this one! Just got it today and it looks WAY better than expected. Happy purchase!
T206 Hugh Duffy Red Hindu PSA 2
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Old 03-08-2009, 09:04 PM
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Posted By: Greg Martin

Is this c. 1930?

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Posted By: MikePugeda

Greg,

I believe that the postcard you pictured (Yank. Stadium w/ Ruth inset) is believed to be of questionable authenticity. Meaning, it is perhaps a fantasy piece, or more deliberately, intended to lead someone to the conclusion that it dates from the 1930s. Maybe some of the other postcard collectors will chime in.

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Posted By: steve yawitz

These probably belong in the last January or maybe first February pick-up thread, but a) I've finally managed to scan them and b) I'd like to again thank Jeff W. for such a smooth trade:

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Old 03-08-2009, 11:19 PM
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Posted By: Jeff W.

Nice cards Steve! I know they are in good hands and I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Thanks again for the trade!

Jeff W.

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Posted By: Adam

Good for you Bob, I was watching that one in hopes someone on the Board would snag it (I am not a backs collector myself, so I was watching it more for curiosity than anything else). I am shocked they did not have "RED Hindu" in the eBay title.

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Old 03-09-2009, 11:04 AM
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Posted By: Patrick McMenemy

Picked up a huge 16 1/2" X 21 1/2" San Francisco Chronicle newspaper art cover that arrived today. This should fit nicely above my PCL display case.



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I also received this Gibson E270 and Fisher T212 in a trade.



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Old 03-09-2009, 12:59 PM
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Posted By: Eric

I'm still working on my E90-1 set!
These were purchased last week.

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Posted By: scott dango

eric, i bet you won about 20 e90-1's last night on ebay from BEcollectibles...i was the underbidder on most i believe....i did get the vic willis though---a toughy, ask TED Z

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Old 03-09-2009, 02:24 PM
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Posted By: Bob

It appears now is a great time to buy cards on ebay. The T207 Lange was an absolute steal and the Konetchy was a real bargain also.

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Posted By: Eric

Scott...

Believe it or not... I won only three of them. Someone else was outbidding me like crazy!

I did grab the PSA 5 O'Leary... I didn't want to let the high quality stuff slip by!

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Posted By: Don

My 6th mid grade T205.

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Posted By: hennessey

GOT THIS THE OTHER DAY. ANYONE HAS ANY EXTRA CORNERS LYING AROUND I WOULD APPRECIATE YOU SENDING THEM MY WAY. [linked image]

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Posted By: jdrum

Same goes for the tabs for this E125, let me know if anyone has any extras. My wife's response to this one, "Oh great, now you are collecting paper dolls." Thanks Dan.

Eric that is a fairly significant labelling error on the E90-1 Davis, George is a HOFer while the card actually pictures Harry.
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Old 03-10-2009, 05:50 PM
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Posted By: B O'Brien

PSA 3 Green Young Port SC 150, is the SC 150 tough on the green Young???
PSA 1 Dark Matty
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Posted By: Marty Ogelvie

I have seen a few T206s with the corners nipped off like that.. obviously they were done this way for display purposes, I guess. I can't really fathom why but surely there was a good reason.

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Posted By: Paul

Have any of you ever heard of this book before? I picked it up primarily because of the author's connection to card collecting.

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But it turned out it has some pretty interesting pictures inside too.

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Posted By: Rhys

I dont post much on the New Pickups threads, but I know there are quite a few Donlin collectors out there and this is the best item of his in the hobby that I have ever seen so I thought I would throw it out there.

Rhys

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Posted By: Anthony S.

Very cool piece, Rhys. And here's the guy to whom Donlin sent the postcard...

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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

Damn Rhys, that is SWEET!!!

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Posted By: Adam Baxter

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Rhys, thanks for showing that card, it's really incredible.

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Posted By: barrysloate

Paul- the Orem history is an extremely useful reference book, as it was assembled chronologically. There is a lot of hard to find information in it. Most of it was taken from old newspapers, and there is virtually no editorial comment on the part of Orem. There is also a very scarce supplement that covers the years 1882-1891. Those can be found year by year with spiral bindings.

The hardcover book used to be considered quite scarce, but there was a hoard of perhaps a hundred copies found in a warehouse a few years ago, so it is currently easier to find.

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Posted By: steve

Thinking outside the box - a couple of true world changers, in track. A nice and clean Jesse Owens card form the Chamions of 1936 set. And an ULTRA high quality 1956 Cadet Sweets card of Roger Bannister. Where were you in 1954 when he broke the 4 minute mile? The event kind of had the whole world in awe! Super cards !

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Posted By: Scott Sarian

I had posted this on the golf side as well, but wanted to show it off here as well since I was excited about it.

Finished my 1901 Ogdens set with this pickup of the father of golf - Old Tom...

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Posted By: Joe D.

oh.

I don't like scott.

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Posted By: Scott Sarian

Thanks Joe, I knew you'd appreciate that!

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Posted By: Jim VB

Scott,

How can that card possibly be an SGC 84 if it's not in Joe D's collection? Something doesn't seem right!

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Old 03-11-2009, 05:56 PM
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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Joe, maybe he'd take a clown for that OTM?

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Posted By: Scott Sarian

Just wanted to post it here to see if an SGC 84 would BRING THE NOISE!

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Posted By: JDRUM

NOISE BROUGHT! Nice card.

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Posted By: Matt

Scott - cool card! For anyone interested, looks like there is another one up on eBay, although it's not an 84. Seller's username is interesting...
http://cgi.ebay.com/Tobacco-Cards-Ogdens-Guinea-Gold-Base-I-Tom-Morris_W0QQitemZ320348805441




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Posted By: Scott Sarian

Thanks for outing it, Matt - I wanted to corner the market! : )

And the seller's name of "fagcards" means more when you see he comes from the UK, where fag is a cigarette...

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Posted By: Dave F


Patrick-

Looks like they made a "mousepad" out of it..not claiming to have the postcard (still crappy though to have snagged the image).

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Posted By: Anthony S.

Mike Donlin is God in Malaysia.

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Posted By: JDRUM

The Gods must be crazy.

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Posted By: Rhys

That is kind of crappy. The person selling that is not any way related to the person I bought the item from and obviously I have not given any permission to profit off of the image of my item. Is there any way I can have them stop selling these or am I just out of luck. I guess imitation is a form of flattery but I dont want everyone in the world thinking this is a common item because they have seen it before when it is one of only 5 or so autographed Donlin items in the entire hobby and very rare.

What are your thoughts on this, what would you do?

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Posted By: Dave F



Rhys-

I'd at least email the seller. I'd tell them I you won the original postcard that this image was STOLEN from and that you ask they remove this auction. I'd say something like my next move will be to contact Ebay's selling services about it (you could probably come up with a better name).

I wouldn't think anything legally could really be done though. Just sucks..not like its a copy of a T206 green Cobb that would be hard to even identify as someone's. The one you have does seem to be fairly unique.

I've also always wondered that about another seller on ebay...he sells posters of card images..some of them are pretty tough, I would think he has to be pulling images from ebay for the purposes of profiting of making posters as well?

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Posted By: Gary Passamonte

Interesting colored CdV.[linked image]

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Posted By: Chris Diaz

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Posted By: Doug

Chris: You must be hitting the home stretch on that T206 HOF set, great card!!

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Posted By: Anonymous

Thank You, Guadalupe:

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Thank You, Tamara:

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Posted By: Phil Garry

From the recent Hunt Live Auction.........


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Posted By: Michael Steele

My M116 Junkie fix...Thanks Barry S

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Posted By: Jeff Mohler

Hi zouraspm

Is that a Howe McCormick back on your recent b-l winnings? I bet I know a buyer for it if you ever decide to sell!!

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