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Old 02-12-2002, 06:37 AM
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Posted By: runscott

I know Elliot's discussed adding a "classified" section to the board. I think it would be good to simply know what everyone's collecting interests are - I often run across items/contacts that I pass on to others, and many of you have passed things my way. Also, I'm a pack-rat so I have loads of baseball-related stuff that I don't even collect, and cards that I couldn't pass up (I'm trying to focus, but geez it's tough!)

Here are my main interests:
t206
e95,e96 - vg or better
"catcher-gear" cards - prewwI
Reulbach,Rucker,Griffith,Baker cards,autographs,photos
"error" cards - pre-WWI
any pre-1910 baseball photos,especially team cabinets
anything vintage that looks cool (this is the problem!)

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Old 02-12-2002, 06:53 AM
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Posted By: Andy Baran

My Main Interests are:

1903 E107 Breisch Williams
1909 Cabanas (Cuban)
1923-24 Tomas Guiterrez (Cuban)

If anyone has any of these just lying around, let me know. Thanks.

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Old 02-12-2002, 07:46 AM
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Posted By: Mike Williams

* "E" Cards (HOF's or tough types - Vg/Ex to Ex/Mt)
* Tris Speaker cards
* T200 Fatimas

Great topic Scott!

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Old 02-12-2002, 08:16 AM
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Posted By: Thomas

Let's see,

These are the sets I am working on at the moment:
T207
1933 Delong(only 9 more to go)
1953 Topps
1955 Bowman

I also have an interest in:
NY Yankees cards(all years)
Cabinet cards
Negro League related cards & memorabilia
Bill Urbanski cards & memorabilia
19th Century cards and memorabilia

I guess you can say I am somewhat of a type collector. I am not looking to get an example of every set made, but there are quite a few sets that I would like a card from. Ideally i'd like to get a Yankee if possible, but if not any example will do. For example I would like to add a Turkey Red cabinet to my collection, but I can never seem to get one in a price I can live with. Also i've been trying to get a 19th century card for the collection for some time but with no luck.

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Thomas

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Posted By: mike mullins

I am working on two issues:

T206
E90-1

Not very exciting I know, but I figured I'd better start with things that I can afford. I'm 1/10 done on e90, and about 1/3 on the monster. I have a ton of other stuff, not really a "type" collection, per se, just the accumulation of all the various cards I thought looked neat and were cheap.

I have kind of toned done my collecting for the moment...I just bought another guitar, and am spending my free time/money getting it to rock. But eventually I'll get back into it. I'm always on the lookout for lower-grade commons from these and related issues. I have a list of "haves" if anyone is interested.

Thanks for keeping the board interesting! I've learned so much.

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Old 02-12-2002, 09:32 AM
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Posted By: Marc S.

about your 1955 Bowman set, Thomas. It is not that applicable to this forum, so feel free to e-mail me at "schoenen@yahoo.com". Cheers-

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Old 02-12-2002, 10:19 AM
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Posted By: warshawlaw

Exhibit cards
Boxing cards (especially N and T)
T206 HOFers and minor stars
Type cards of HOFers in most prewar sets
Jewish athletes in any sports

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Old 02-12-2002, 10:27 AM
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Posted By: Lee Behrens

My brother collects Banana Splits, I'm embarassed

But as you all can tell I turned him back to the ways of vintage card collecting. May the force stay with him.

T202, my favorite
T206, T205, Diamond Stars, and the not so vintage '57 Topps.
T3, if I can afford, Most beautiful set!!

Lee

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Posted By: Andy Baran

Do you have any obscure Sid Gordon cards? Sid was my cousin, and I'm trying to obtain each of his cards. I'm down to the real toughies. Please e-mail me if you can be of assistance. Thanks.

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Old 02-12-2002, 11:05 AM
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Posted By: David

Baseball: quality & aesthetic photographs, nearly all from the 20th centry (all years, not just old). Though a fan of trading cards, I haven't collected them of recent.
Non-sport: modern/contemperary alternative process photographs and original prints
Misc: Interest will sometimes be raised by item not fitting into said categories, whether it's a neat rare oddball card or rare music poster.

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Posted By: Keith O'Leary

Want to start W600s, but Tom won't let me. I'm actively collecting the following (baseball and non in gradeable condition):

1887 N28 Allen & Ginter Champions (NM or better)
1888 N29 Allen & Ginter Champions (EX or better)
1888 N43 Allen & Ginter Champions (when I can find them)
1888 N162 Goodwin Champions (EX or better)
1888 N184 Kimball Champions (VG or better)
T200 Fatima (upgrading at this point)
T3 and T9 Turkey Reds (upgrading at this point and my favorite set)

I usually have trading material laying around. Usually cards from the sets I collect due to upgrading.

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Old 02-12-2002, 11:16 AM
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Posted By: leon

I collect a "type" collection from he**....going to get down to the real toughies real soon...still need a few that aren't quite as tough....need a T222 HOF in decent condition (at a decent price)....Boston Garter's, all of the E104's, an E90-2....and now I am collecting old tobacco packs/tins where they relate to baseball cards...... best regards

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Posted By: Jeff Obermeyer

In order of importance...

1. Any Seattle hockey items (1915 to present)
2. Any Greg Luzinski items
3. T212 Obaks - 1910 150 Series cards and 1911's
4. T206 (only 100 more to go!)
5. Vintage hobby publications

I know, Seattle hockey and Greg Luzinski don't qualify as vintage baseball... but what's a guy to do?

Jeff

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Old 02-12-2002, 12:10 PM
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Posted By: John

i mainly collect T206,i need just over 100 more....and i also collect Old Judge cards, Carlton Fisk items, and Pirates cards/memoribilia.
If i ever finish the T206 set i would like to collect the e90's and c46's,but i do have a few of each already to hold me over

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Posted By: Glen V

Another type collector here. Looking for non-HOF off-condition cards.
Where are the creased type cards? Every time I see a T-214 Victory or T-215
Pirate, its NRMT & out of my price range.

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Posted By: Jaime Leiderman

1.- 19th Century Baseball Cabinets & Cartes
2.- Auction Catalogs, even small SCD insert auctions. (Trading also)

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Posted By: jay behrens

As my brother takes great joy in pointing out, I collect Banana Splits (Saturday morning kids show from 1969-72) memoriblia. Becuase of his incesant pesting of me about my knowledge of t-cards, he slowly sucked me back into addiction after being clean and sober for over 10 years. The fact that there isn't much in the way Banana Splits that I don't own might have also contributed to my fall from the wagon.

Cards I plan on collecting are the one that I didn't collect on my first go around, that would be:

t207s and any e-cards except those wretched e91 fake designs.

Jay

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Old 02-12-2002, 03:31 PM
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Posted By: scott brockelman

i collect many different sets, my main interests are T204 ramly's especially with TTT backs(i will pay very strong for ones i need, or trade my dupe TTT backs) and E107 breisch williams, again will pay very strong or have dupes to trade for same.

i also collect the rarer 20th century type cards. T208, T214, T215, etc.

other sets i am working on:

T206-need the big 4
T205-need-collins mouth open, dahlen, grant, a. leifeild, moran stray line, wallace no cap 1 line & hoblitzell no stats.
T207-had it complete but traded baum & downey, so need to replace em.
T209-have the colors, need many black & whites
T210-have about 460 different, need upper series.
T211-need many
T212 obaks- 1909 need several with the frame and frameless backs, collecting it both ways, also need a few 1910's , 1911 is complete need a few upgrades.
E97- need sullivan, boston & both cy youngs.

also collect mayo baseball, boxing & football.

i have many, many cards to trade for what i need or will buy outright. i am always looking for more obscure minor league type cards, such as clement bros bread or mono.

scott

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Old 02-12-2002, 03:56 PM
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Scott:

Do you have any HOF duplicates from your 1903 Breisch Williams set ... specifically any HOF'ers of whom that 1903 card would be their very first PSA "gradable" card (like Bender, Chance, Chesbro, etc.)??

Please let me know if you would part with any ...

Thanks!

PS - I will be out of town for the next week, but I look forward to talking to you again!

hal.lewis@att.net

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Posted By: Eric Angyal

OK guys, here goes:

1)T-206's in vg to ex/mt with no creases(working on the set)as well as the back variations

2)Elmer Flick - I live in his hometown

3)League Park (Cleveland) postcards and other League Park related items

If you get a chance, take a look at my wantlist on my website at

http://www.piedmontcards.homestead.com

Thanks,

Eric Angyal


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Old 02-12-2002, 06:35 PM
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Posted By: leon

I even joined the club ....I was a "banana split" when I was about 8. It was great fun....before life got so darn serious.....best regards...

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Posted By: Art M.

I am trying to collect all of the T206 Detroit players with every back available for every Detroit player. There are only 30 Detroit players, but when all the backs are factored in, the total combinations is right around 535 cards! I am about half-way there.
My wantlist is posted on my website, along with some nice and unusual T206 cards available for sale or trade.

http://members.aol.com/rebelsart

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Old 02-12-2002, 07:16 PM
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Posted By: Tim Newcomb

My main interests right now, in relative order of priority:

M101-4 and M101-5 : all cards, all backs

M116 Sporting Life

W711 1938-40 Cincinnati Reds sets (very hard to find-- please email me if you have anything)

T202

T206 the last 17 Southern Leaguers and a few HOFers

E96 Philadelphia Caramel (last few HOFers)

T207

R316 Kashin Publications

E93 Standard Caramel (most of the HOFers)

1921-22 Exhibits

Isn't that enough?

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Old 02-12-2002, 08:51 PM
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Posted By: petecld

My main interest is Baseball E cards!!! Shocking huh!

I also collect (in no order):

E75 - E80 Boxing

"Type" set of one Zeenut w/coupon from each year.

All non-sport "E" set.

D304 Brunners, etc.

Low grade T3s

T227

R306 Butter Cream

N28 Baseball

Non card related:
Magazines with Rita Hayworth covers and George Hurrell Photos. He was a Hollywood photographer from the 30s - 50s.

In the future (way off in the future) - T205, 1934-36 Diamond Stars, and 1953 Topps.

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Posted By: Plastic Dog

Looking for 19th century Orioles (anybody have Baltimore Buchners?), as well as. . .

Players who played for the old Orioles but moved on (McGraw, Kelley, Keeler, Jennings, Wilbur Robinson, Shindle, Brouthers, Hanlon, etc.)
Players who later played for the Baltimore Terrapins (e.g. Bender)
Players who played for Baltimore minor league teams (Dunn, Adkins, some scrub named Ruth, Lefty Grove, etc.)
Baltimore Negro League players (Elite Giants etc.)

Also. . .
Buck Weaver (have T212, E135, T207, T200) - need others in EX or better.
Centennial Flour and other regional PCL sets.
Pre 1920 E cards, esp. E106, E102, E100
D303 and other New Orleans sets.

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Posted By: jay behrens

Close, it's Bingo instead Beagle.

There is so little left for me get that I am seriously thinking of unloading it all. The only major pieces I am missing are a costume that sold they sold to stations for 'appearances' and the talking telephone. The only time I saw one on eBay someone cancelled the BIN. I asked the seller what it was and offered to pay double ($200) if he would stop the auction, but he passed. Smart him, it sold for over $2K

There is another collector just itching to get his hands on the really rare pieces I have, including scripts to shows, prototypes of figures and salesmen samples.

Jay

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Posted By: Keith O'Leary

In case anyone would be interested in starting a white set of silks, I'm giving up on mine after 15 years of collecting them. Have around 75 different, most HOFs, several Turkey Red blue backs, no Red Suns. I have the Cobb and Matty currently on ebay (userid vwtdi). Feel free to email me if interested. Thanks, Keith

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Posted By: Bill Cornell

Short list that seems to keep growing:

T204's - oval, square, stained, unstained, etc.
T222's
1910 Tip Tops and other older bakery cards
T205's EX or better
T207's in any shape

I wish I could resist, but I've also acquired some E cards recently that made me dream of a type set...

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Posted By: Sonny Tutor

I'm a fanatic for rare backs...

T-205 Hindu, Drum, Broadleaf
T-206 several come to mind (especially Hindu SL'ers)
E92 Nadja
1909 Obaks
E94 with gold background

etc, etc, etc

also looking for a 1947 Tip Top Bread Dave Ferriss (local hero)

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Posted By: Anthony

I'm primarily a set collector. Right now I need a handfull of the following sets to complete-
'54 Wilson Franks
'49 Leaf (6 short prints left, c'mon, someone has to have them!)
'33 Goudey
N28 and N29 (3 of each set left)
In addition to that I"m sort of working on '15 Cracker Jacks and mopping up variations on '50's and 60s Topps and 55 Bowmans.
Banana Splits? About 8 years ago I was up for the Hanna Barbera account, and at the end of the meeting they told me it hinged on 1 final question- what were the names of the 4 Banana Splits. Somehow I pulled out Beagle, Fleagle, Drooper and Snork. So all this seemingly useless trivia can save you at times!

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Posted By: Mike(darthshoeless@aol.com)

I collect a tough one....the 1914 Cracker Jacks. Ever since 1990 I wanted a Shoeless Joe Jackson Cracker Jack, and in 1994 I found a 1914 for sale by Lew Lipset. I bought it, and 3 years later decided to build the set around it. Just wish I would have found a 1915 instead, it would of been a lot easier. Anyway, anyone with any extra 14 CJs for sale, please let me know. Thanks--Mike. darthshoeless@aol.com

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Posted By: john

i would like to get any items relating to Jack Martin who played for Yankees/Highlanders in 1912,the miracle Braves in 1914(double play combo with Johnny Evers and the Phillies in 1914.....i grew up in a town where he is well-known,a main street named after him,building complex,etc....but ive never found anything baseball related to him.....any help would be appreciated

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Posted By: edhans

E90-1 set-Have a few of the toughies-need a lot more. Would be interested in trading.

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Posted By: Ed Hans

Scott,

I think I may have asked you before, but do you have any E90-1's to trade?

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Posted By: Ed Hans

I've got a nice E75 Sullivan (ex to ex+). If I can get my damn scanner fixed I'll send you a scan. Don't really collect boxing, so I'd be happy to trade it.

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Posted By: Ed Hans

Got any E90-1's to trade? I might be able to fill a few of those holes.

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Posted By: W.M.

I collect any baseball cards prior to 1976. My favorites to collect are T206's and 1951 Bowman. In my humble opinion both sets are the most beautiful ever made. I also collect Ball Park prints, old postcards of old ballparks, ballpark seats from long ago ballparks vintage baseball equipment and vintage baseball playing games.

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Posted By: Wade

I collect any Harry Wolter cards(relative)

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Posted By: TBob

I am as close as I am going to get on the T206 set, completed the T205, E94, T212-3, need Speaker and Joe Jax in the E90-1, and need Cobb in the E93.
Closing in on the T207 (but damn those final 15 are tough!), closing in on the T212-1, Nadja E92 St. Louis toughies and E98.

Works in progress: E97 and T212-2, loooong way to go. Also picking up the oft-neglected Sporting Life in nice shape.

Suggestion: Scott B.- break up your T207 set, you'll make a fortune.

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Posted By: Brian K. Hodes

In order of Priority my current goals are:
1) High grade T202s -- mostly upgrades at this point
2) Not quite as High grade T205s -- mostly upgrades but also the infamous Hobby (no stats) and the Moran with the stray line
3) The remaining Hofers for my set: Harry Wright (old Judge) and Cubans of Lloyd and Charleton and that Frank Selee Alleghany card that supposedly exists somewhere.
4) Certain 19th century players (probably in Old Judge): Deacon White, Pete Browning, Jimmy Ryan, Little Nick Nichol and some other forgotten stars.
5) My nonvintage set building 1962 Topps and 1955 Bowman.
6) Also I like to accumulate 1939 Playballs, T206s and T207s which are possible future set goals.
Anyways I'd love to talk trade or even purchase for numbers 1-4 above.

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Posted By: Keith O'Leary

Wade, if you're interested in a white S74 Wolter with the back, give me a holler.

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Posted By: Kevin Cummings

.....if I ever get my hands on either a T204 or a Koester's Bread Burkett or something of distant relative "Candy" Cummings, but I would "settle" for more achievable goals.

    Cuban cards of Charleston and Torriente and especially Lloyd - to replace the one I just won from Leyland's but UPS lost! AAAARRRRGGGGHHHH!

    Something of hard-to-find favorites like Tommy Bond, George Cuppy, Charlie Jones, Bill Lange, Jake Stenzel, Jack Stivetts,
    or Will White.

    A Breisch Williams card of any one of the following: John Anderson, Gene DeMontreville, Jack Doyle, Buck Freeman, Candy LaChance, Jack McCarthy, Earl Moore, Danny Murphy or Kip Selbach.

    Any one of about 20 minor stars from the N172 set.


Now is that too much to ask?
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Posted By: Ryan Christoff

Kevin,

I just tried to e-mail you, but it was bounced back to me as undeliverable. What is your e-mail address? Or you can e-mail me at ourfirstvacation@yahoo.com.

-Ryan

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Posted By: Brett Domue

My primary collecting interest is all pre-World War Two Hall of Famer cards (in low grade of course). Not just type cards, but every card picturing a Hall of Famer. Not an easy task, but I'm slowly chipping away at the list (With variations,etc. I have a list of ~8000 different cards out there, I'm up to 1350 in my collection so far).

I also collect "rookie" cards of post-war HOFers from all four sports and am working on some sets (T207, Oxfords, 1933-34 Goudey, Diamond Stars currently for prewar).

Brett Domue
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Posted By: gene Mcdonald

Does anyone collect T216 Peoples Tobacco cards?
I am looking to buy or trade
for the followig cards:

1)T216 Mino
2)T216 Virginia Extra
3)D303 Mothers
4)N172(Louisville players)
5)T214 Victory
6)T208 Fireside
7)N300 Mayo(Louisville players)
8)T206 HOFers w/ Lenox back
9)Anything Louisville baseball related

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