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Default T202 Cobb

Not rare by any means but I always love this card.

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In some ways, all of them.

A few favorites I have scans of.
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Here's one...you rarely see Uzit backs this bold & dark.
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I just love the floating hot dog package…. Cracks me up.
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Love me some biggie T206's
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Sure I played, did you think I was born age 70 sitting in a dugout trying to manage guys like you? — Casey Stengel to Mickey Mantle. Went to plenty of Yankee games back in the 'fifties. Casey could have been talking to me. Never pictured him as a young guy. This T210-6 elicits the best memories.




Red Horner, Reg Hamilton and Bucko McDonald celebrating their semifinal victory in 1939 over the Red Wings. They look like they just stormed Vimy Ridge. Their happiness is infectious. Alas I'm still waiting for the Leafs to win the Cup.




Who wouldn't want to be this guy?
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Love the Stengel Rookie David Great Card

This thread is very enjoyable

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'72 Topps Kaline, serial numbered in his own hand.

What makes me Happy?
My youngest boy, while opening packs of 2002 Topps Wax Box; I bought for him to hunt for Mauer's Rookie (just the base card folks; bringing back the fun of my childhood); pulls this and says, "Hey Dad, what's this?". My mouth drops open, grab my '72 Topps (that I opened from packs when I was a kid); show him my card of Kaline. I say, "This".
I still smile every time I look at it.

We went together to the Rosemont Show to get it slabbed.





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Jimmy Wang Yu, in a 1960s card from Hong Kong:



Better known as the One-Armed Boxer from the kung fu classic Master of the Flying Guillotine

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I think this card would make some smile, and perhaps get the munchies too.

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I think this card would make some smile, and perhaps get the munchies too.

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Awesome card, been looking for that one for a while to go with my Seattle Weed.
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Honus Wagner 1909-13 M101-2 Sporting News Supplements. Mesmerizing card and PSA POP of only 5.

Significantly more rare than Wagner's T206 portrait card, this 8x10 paper supplement is a playing days card and early appearance by an immensely popular player, whom was among the 1st MLB HOF Inductee class from 1936, along with Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, and Christy Mathewson.
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Honus Wagner 1909-13 M101-2 Sporting News Supplements. Mesmerizing card and PSA POP of only 5.

Significantly more rare than Wagner's T206 portrait card, this 8x10 paper supplement is a playing days card and early appearance by an immensely popular player, whom was among the 1st MLB HOF Inductee class from 1936, along with Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson, and Christy Mathewson.
It’s possible that a lot of them just haven’t been graded yet…though i sure hope it’s rare!
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for me, this is certainly one.
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Boner, Schmoner, he loves baseball…
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It’s possible that a lot of them just haven’t been graded yet…though i sure hope it’s rare!
Love this image also, and Paul is absolutely right, the PSA pop reports for graded M101-2s is absolutely not representative of what is out there. Most all M101-2 supplement images are fantastic and somewhat unique. PSA only starting grading these in the last couple of years apparently. And because of the size/fragility, and lack of interest by TPGs grading them previously, most serious M101-2 Sporting New Supplement collectors I've met go for these in raw shape/form.

Beckett used to be the only major TPG I am aware of that would grade these over the years. However, their graded holders for these are huge and hard to store/handle, and don't make the Supplements look that great. And to my knowledge, SGC still doesn't grade them.
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These Lajoie game cards (and some more of his red friends) make me smile because they were rescued from a dumpster by the seller I purchased them from.

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A few more that make me happy...

A couple of Mathewsons, one of my favorite E90s and a red back E79 example.


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I don't have Weed but I did get a Hickey.
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Back in the day one could get you the other.
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My 2 Favorites both from the 70's that I got by writing to them
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This cabinet from 1910 shows my grandfather in the garden at the public school he attended on the Lower East Side in NYC.

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Better known as the One-Armed Boxer from the kung fu classic Master of the Flying Guillotine

I almost thought I was the only person that knew about that movie. Whenever I bring it up, no one knows what I’m talking about. I watched Kung Fu Theater religiously when I was a kid.
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I almost thought I was the only person that knew about that movie. Whenever I bring it up, no one knows what I’m talking about. I watched Kung Fu Theater religiously when I was a kid.
Quentin Tarantino lists MotFG as one of his favorite movies. I chased that card and that publicity photo for a long time.

On a related note, 1974 Yamakatsu



And this:



I am not a fan of relic cards but I know I will never own a bona fide Lee autograph, so this is as close as I will come to something Lee actually handled.
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Late to the party, but just went to the safe deposit box. These always put a smile on my face ...
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This Matty was part of a group of five 1910 era cards that were my first vintage card purchase. This particular card is the one that caught my eye and fancy, and helped propel my vintage collecting. As a result, it has produced many smiles...both by itself as a reminder how I felt just being able to own it, to the countless additional smiles it engendered as my collection grew from its awesome original core.

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Someone posted an Uzit Mullin. I love my Red Cross Mullin. Also one of my favorite Zeenut cropping variations.
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I have always liked this pose.

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Don't you worry about the back of this card... it's the front that makes me happy!
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It is all about the back when it comes to this Zeenut (I do not have a scan of the front, and neither know offhand the player, nor what 1930's Zeenut issue this card is from). However, with the info written on the card, I was able to determine the card to be of pitcher Hank McDonald of the Portland Beavers, and thus it is either from the 1931 or 1933 sepia set.

It makes me smile that Buck Barker snaked all his info about this player around the James Cagney caricature transfer. He definitely worked with what was given to him.

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There is something classic about it but I can't quite put my finger on it

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I have plenty of cards that make me smile, but this is not one of them. It makes me smile, but I only possess a scan.

Here is a 1933 Goudey of General "Poncho" Crowder.

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The only Orange Old Put E98 that I have ever seen always brings a smile to my face....even through the lamination...
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Connors makes me happy, too.

I met him back in the 1990's, got his autograph, and we had a great conversation for about 30 mins. talking mostly about his Movies.
A very friendly guy.


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The only Orange Old Put E98 that I have ever seen always brings a smile to my face....even through the lamination...
Nice E98 Old Put. Of course I like it even more because it has been laminated for future generations to, guilt-free, spill liquids upon it.

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Thanks Brian..... I don't know if could spill Kool-Aid on it, but it definitely was sealed off at one time by somebody..... I'm 99% sure it's an authentic Old Put based on comparisons with the many OPs that I have once owned or still own, but I would love to have it authenticated by SGC if they even grade laminated cards???
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This card is just cool.
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Old 01-12-2023, 12:46 PM
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This was THE sports moment for me as a kid. I was a rabid Yankees fan and stayed up late watching this game. When Chambliss hit it, I opened the window in the apartment and listened to the city cheering. I even got to go to a game of the Series...which did not go as well. No happy cards of the Big Red Machine crushing the Bombers in four straight.
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Old 01-12-2023, 01:11 PM
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This is a little different from the rest of the posts which had some very impressive items. This card is of my Granddaughter when she was 4 years old
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Old 01-12-2023, 03:16 PM
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This E220 card of Groh has always made me smile (because of it depicting Heinie's unique bottle bat, and the fact that parts of three cards can be seen), but just today while posting I was able to figure out that the card just visible on its right side is that of Roger Peckinpaugh). That made me smile some more.

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