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Old 03-11-2006, 08:06 AM
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Posted By: martin dalziel

gotta love cards with built in character - all Series 8

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Old 03-11-2006, 07:22 PM
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Posted By: PC

It has been a very good month (some of these were purchased last month, but arrived in the last week) ...

127 graded T206 commons -- almost 25% of the set (mostly 3s, a bunch of 2s, and some great 1s). All the PSA graded examples were purchased off the B/S/T from a board member -- thanks Andy




Two T206 HOFers graded BVG 3, each with Polar Bear backs -- these BVGs do not scan well (glare on the inner plastic sleeve), so I resorted to the camera




1936 R311 Charlie Gehringer (Leather Finish)




A little OT, but a nice early SGC Mantle




Even more OT -- hey, this is a "pick-up" thread, and this has three pick-ups (for those who care, this is a 2001 Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop Peter Frampton signature model)




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Old 03-11-2006, 10:32 PM
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Posted By: warshawlaw

Item 1: Buster Keaton exhibit ca. 1925; back of T216 Kotton Devlin; E121 Ruth with boidie; E121 Evers. Item 2: 1920s exhibit babe Ruth and Baby snookums, 1928 Fatty Fothergill. Item 3: Negro League autographs Buck Leonard, Buck O'Neil, Max Manning, Lester Lockett, Mahlon Duckett. Item 4: 1975 ticket for The Jeffersons tv show (really).


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Posted By: Tim James

PC,nice pickup! Love the cards,but the guitar!!The thread of my dreams includes cards and instuments.The triple humbucking pic of this classic would make my boys on guitar go crazy !!@ Admit it guys,that Les Paul would bring as much as a PSA 4 Cobb green this moment.

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Posted By: Jon Canfield

As a former Chet SST player - that Les Paul is sure impressive. Below I have a new E95 Hoffman for my set, and decided to keep the guitar spirit alive with a photo of my Taylor special edition cut away.

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Posted By: Brent Butcher

Here are some E78's and an N332.

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Old 03-12-2006, 08:24 PM
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Posted By: Kevin Cummings

WOW! I have that same card, but your Heinie is way better than mine!

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Posted By: Chris Mc

Lou Gehrig says..................Check out this Heinie. Nice card Cmo

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Old 03-13-2006, 06:16 AM
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Posted By: cmoking

There were a ton of Heinie's back in the 30s. Was it a German nickname version of Henry? I wonder if people in the U.S. stopped using Heinie for Henry during/after WW2.

Here's my favorite Heinie name:

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Old 03-13-2006, 06:28 AM
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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

I was actually thinking the same thing, King. So many Heines (22) and the last one last played in 1944 with the bulk around WWI.

http://www.baseball-reference.com/player_search.cgi?search=heine

The majority were either nicknamed for Henry or were German it would seem. And then the nickname disappeared, just like that.

In honor of the only HOF Henie, I offer the year earlier version of your Heine:

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Posted By: Mark Rios

Since when has guitars become vintage baseball cards??????????

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Posted By: Steve M.

Down to just one to commplete...Detroit. Can anyone help?

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Posted By: Henry Eshelman

Just won and paid for on EBAY



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Posted By: scott ingold


Thoughts ? Is the Cicotte a 5 or 6 ? Better ? or worse ?
The Cicotte came from the fort show and the 6 is from ebay.

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Posted By: scott brockelman

Scott,

i am afraid the cicotte may not grade, do you recall whom you purchased it from, since it was so recent you may be able to undo the deal, it "appears" to be trimmed, while it is sometimes difficult to ascertain from a scan, it sure looks suspect. size it with a few random raw t206's and check the top border.

great looking card but again i don;t think it will grade and wanted to give you a headsup so that you might be able to return it if you paid full market price.

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Posted By: Brian

Scott -- I thought the same thing on the Cicotte top border dropping from left to right. Sometimes my scanner makes borders appear wavy when they aren't. Hopefully thats the case here.

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Posted By: scott ingold

Thanks guy's for the heads up. I actually got it from a trusted board member who i know would back it up. The scan does make it look very distorted. I will be sending it off to GAI....We shall see what they say. Hopefully all is well.

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An e94 and a T206 portrait


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Old 03-14-2006, 04:14 PM
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Posted By: warshawlaw

I just thought that this was a really great image of Durocher:

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Posted By: Scott Gross

Caramels are Caramels, all are great ......

e77:

Papke was known as the "Conquerer of Ketchel" beating the unstoppable once. The story was that just after they shook hands before fight started, Ketchel and the Ref turned away, and Papke slugged Ketchel in the back of the head. Many thought this was the only reason Papke won. Ketchel won rematch.


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Nelson and Wolgast met a few times. In one, Nelson was beaten so bad the Ref hold him if he did not defend himself the Ref would call the fight. In the next round, Nelson jumped out of his corner, ran across the ring, and set a fighting stance. Unfortunately, Nelson had set his stance infront of the ring post, not Wolgast. Ref stopped fight.

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Posted By: Jon Canfield

Ok - got the Wagner this evening. That leaves ONLY the Morgan for this set! Anyone got a Morgan?!

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Old 03-17-2006, 12:17 AM
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Posted By: Scott Gross

Jon,

GREAT Wagner; if that's a "fair" -- I'd take it ....

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Posted By: Jon Canfield

Scott - Thanks for the kind words. I purchased the Wagner last night from a fellow board member and I agree with you 100% - I thought the card looked very very nice and am happy to have it in my set! The back is as clean as the front - NO paper loss and no markings! I felt that this Wagner truly epitomizes "buying the card, not the holder"!

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Posted By: Anonymous

Jon: that is a nice Wagner (and your Taylor is pretty nice too -- I have a Guild acoustic that I love, but I've been thinking about upgrading to a Taylor or Martin).

And thanks also to Tim for the nice response above.

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Posted By: jpaol99

an e93 Chance

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Posted By: Tim Newcomb

extremely tough m116 Knight:

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Posted By: cmoking

Is John Knight the same guy as Jack Knight?

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Posted By: cmoking

I sold that Wagner to Jon. Glad that he's almost done with his set, congrats!

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Posted By: joe brennan



A scared man can't gamble and a jealous man can't work.

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Posted By: Andrew Parks

...just got back from SGC...not too bad...



...also received an unimppressive Doyle Throwing sgc 20

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Posted By: Max Weder

More obaks, these from down the I-5 from Vancouver





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Posted By: Josh K.

Sorry for this probably being in the wrong thread, but if you are interested in trading/selling the e93 chance, please let me know.

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Posted By: quan

http://cgi.ebay.com/1910-E93-Standard-Caramel-HOF-Frank-Chance-PSA-2_W0QQitemZ8782320617QQcategoryZ31718QQssPageNameZ WDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

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Posted By: David Vargha

Won this last night . . . I was pretty jazzed.



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Won this last night:

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Posted By: howard

Scott, I just noticed the Papke card. Nice. An interesting bit of trivia is that both he and Ketchel were later shot to death. Ketchel was shot, I think, when still in his boxing prime and Papke shot his ex-wife and himself after he was washed up.

Howard

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and of course this one, but it hasn't arrived yet:

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Posted By: Patrick McMenemy

I added another 1911 T212 Obak catcher to my catcher collection today.

Thanks Jamie.



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Posted By: warshawlaw

Here are four 1964 Morinaga cards (l-r) Shigeo Nagashima [6 batting titles, 5 MVP, 2 HR titles, 444 HR, 5 RBI titles]; Masaichi Kaneda (400 wins, 4,490 K's); Sadaharu Oh. The catcher is Katsuya Nomura [657 HR, 1,988 RBI, 5 x MVP, triple crown]. The cards are about PC sized and were made by a candy company.

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A HOFER and a MINOR

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Posted By: Jon Canfield

Well - I already have an SGC 10 but this one was a nice deal so I had to pick it up... Can never have too many Planks!

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Posted By: Daniel Bretta

Went to the antique show yesterday and found no prewar cards, but I did pick up a Jack Dempsey flipbook for $10.

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Posted By: Martin Neal

I am not very familiar with this issue, but I am pretty confident that they are real. Will probably end up selling. Any idea of what they may be worth?Ruth Candy Wrapper,
Ruth Cards 1-6

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Posted By: cmoking

do the George Ruth Candy cards have advertising on the backs or are they blank backs?

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