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Old 03-10-2007, 08:16 AM
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Posted By: Steve M.

Huggins & Scott (I think )(I DID )

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Posted By: Joe D.

I know that I am branching off into another direction...
but I loved the card when I saw it.....
and now - the collection is going to have to include vintage golf

(if anyone wants to talk vintage golf / email me... any info on where to buy, what to look for, etc. would be great).

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Posted By: Steve f

Steve Great card. Is it dated? Wonder if it's the same car he DUI'ed off a bridge in 1911, busting his leg, arm and skull.

Jennings, "Life is full of trials... Which is a good thing for lawyers."

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Old 03-10-2007, 12:12 PM
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Posted By: Steve M.

The Brush series is dated 1910 though the Jennings card is postally unused. I have the postcard at home that I got from Norm Brauer with the 1911 accident with the Jenning's car upside down in the creek.

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Posted By: Trae R.

Mike that Lundgren is nice! Is your title suggestive that yopu purchased it in an H&S auction, or...?

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Posted By: Steve M.

This issue with my post comment (I think ) and with Mikes is that we got notifications that we had won and then notifications to disregard the prior notification.

They have it straightened out now (I think ) and I DID win the Brush Jennings. Hope Mike won as well.

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Old 03-10-2007, 12:31 PM
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Posted By: MVSNYC

Thanks Trae! (your site is looking great...)

Steve is correct, as you know they were having problems with their server, yesterday i was informed that i won almost every lot i was bidding on (some T206s & ALL of the N28's)...

now that everything is straigtened-out, looks like i just won the Lundgren, which i am very happy about...i now have all of the tuffer T206 team variations in higher (relatively speaking) PSA grades.

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Posted By: Steve f

Steve, Would you post that photo of the crash please?

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

I hate to take this off topic, but when Jennings crashed his car were there any laws againt driving drunk? When did those laws first hit the books?

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December 11, 1911 while riding with the Rev. P.J. Lynott. DUI?

Edited for size.

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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

This card completes the group of 4 - Cobb's for my all-SOVEREIGN set.

Less than 40 cards to go to complete this T206 "subset".....the Stars I still need are....

CYoung (glove)
CYoung (no glove)
Lajoie (bat)
Elberfeld (port-Washington

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Posted By: Jason Carota

Great Hooper! Where did you find it?

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Posted By: Rob Dewolf

Thanks go out to Mr. Lipset:

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Posted By: Steve M.

That Lajoie was a terrific buy. I almost pulled the trigger on it myself.

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Posted By: Rob Dewolf

Thanks for the kind words.

I bought it solely because of the Cleveland connection. When I saw that all the others he had were sold within a few hours, I figured I did at least OK.

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Posted By: Dave Hornish

Got these on eBay a few days ago and they arrived in better shape then described:

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Posted By: steve yawitz

I think I have a new No. 1 favorite in my collection:



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Posted By: Steve f

Steve, terrific Red Cross.

Yet, another beater. Picking this up tomorrow. Talking to the seller, he lives just a couple of minutes from my childhood home.

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Posted By: Eric Bennett

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Jason:

Picked up the Hooper at this past weekend's Reading, PA show from Mike Gordon's table for $40

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Posted By: Patrick McMenemy

I just received this B18 today. It has color that really pops.

My original one is now available, and it will be on the B/S/T thread in a few minutes.




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Posted By: quan

i'd file a claim with the post office if i were you. that t206 looks VG now.

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Posted By: Steve M.

I don't think you understand. Joe released the card from its tomb voluntarily.

Or then, maybe you just forgot the smiley face.

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Posted By: Joe Jones

It may look VG now, but dosent he look happy to be free

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Frank, that's a spectacular Foxx. I'm green.

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Posted By: Sean

Well my collection has stabilized at the T206 minors and anything pre 1920 football (soccer for us Americans). I'm still a bit baffled at the grades for these, clean backs and sharp corners...at least a 5.5. They were nice enough to at least grade them for me, and they oh so nice in the holders And Joe nice clean break!



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Posted By: Paul

Ted Williams' other rookie card.

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Posted By: DMcD

Lajoie, Clarke and McGraw courtesy of Goodwin Auctions.

My first Fan Craze. Always wanted one. Just wish I knew how to pronounce Lajoie .

Wish all my cards were as clean as this Clarke.

Maybe Muggsy was catching BP?


T3s via B/S/T win-win trade

Walsh: Sucker won 40 games in 1908.
McIntyre: A gift from the guys in the white coats down at the PSA lab ("very minor rounding of the corners is becoming evident")

Bell: couple widdlebiddy pinholes. Yo quiero Taco Bell.


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Posted By: Adam J. Baxter

28 X 33.5 Composite photo of the 1908 Massachusetts House of Representatives. Future President Calvin Coolidge is pictured in the fourth row from the top:

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Old 03-13-2007, 10:11 PM
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Posted By: joe brennan

Thanks Dave.



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

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Posted By: Steve f

Adam, That piece is fantastic. Would bring in a nice price up here. Our new gubnuh Daval is redecorating his office and just sold his Coupe DeVille. He should have some big dough kickin about.

Frank, that Beast is a beaut!

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Posted By: Adam J. Baxter

Thanks Steve. These come up on Ebay from time to time, although most usually date from the '20's or '30's. I snagged this one because it was early and also for the Coolidge factor. Actually I think it was a steal, compared to what it could go for. Had it been a baseball one, like the the 1903 American League Horner pic that Halper had, I'd really be clicking my heels.

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Posted By: Joe D.

very cool item. thanks for sharing.

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Posted By: cmoking

Thanks to Steve F...here's my first T205 HOFer.

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Posted By: Jay

Some nice T206s:

Editted to say that I can't get the pictures to work...

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Posted By: Dave

My First T206 Lenox back.....Thanks Tom

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Posted By: Anonymous

Brad, it's nice to see someone else appreciating the Diamond Stars!

A few I picked up these past two weeks:

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Posted By: Bob

Thanks leon, aka moderator dude, and Matt I have been looking for these for a while.

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