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Old 05-01-2021, 11:52 AM
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In response, the "Punch" factory was founded in 1840, by Don Manuel López, owner of J. Valle y Cia, the British market at that time had it among their priorities, at that time the humorous magazine "Punch" was fashionable. whose main character was "Mr. Punch" with tobacco in hand and they decided to put that image in the views of the packages, British smokers liked these cigars because the layers tend to be very careful reddish brown. You will see an image of a view from 1850 among two others from later times. I'll be back with the 2nd part.
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Old 05-01-2021, 12:26 PM
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Jason, I found this book on Semiprofessional Leagues this is from the Commercial League, which was one of the many leagues that existed, I send you photos of the 1945 cover, inside the 1944 records appear, you will see that Orestes Miñoso was the champion bat, that It was his last year of playing semi pro, I send you the photo of a team where Alejandro Oms played in his final stage as a player, and in that team Rafael Almeida was the manager, I will continue looking for some information about the Buenavista team, that was always a neighborhood that I was in Marianao, I don't know if you see this thread, but when you read it you let me know, greetings.
Thanks for the info. I am surprised to see the Oms photo. By 44 I thought that he was already very ill and unable to play. Oms is also one of my favorite players, a forgotten great. Below is one of my favorite photos. Oms signing his contract and getting his check from Gonzalez.
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Old 05-01-2021, 12:31 PM
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Since you brought up Oms, I have another question for you. Below is a photo that I think may have been from a benefit game for Oms after his death. The reason that I think this is that the player in the Bottom left is identified on the reverse as Oms brother Tito. While I know that Tito and one other brother played on Sugar Mill teams with Alejandro when they were young, I have never seen another image of Tito and he looks well past his playing days.
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Old 05-01-2021, 04:37 PM
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Default 3 hermanos Oms

Jason, I will tell you that a grandson of Tito Oms I have known him for years and every so often he comes to my house, the last time was about 6 months ago, he has told me that the Oms have family ties with the Champion Mesa family, Now I send you a photo that the 3 Oms brothers are, the photo is not in good condition, but I think you can realize who the three are, if you have questions ask me, greetings.
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Old 05-02-2021, 11:59 AM
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Default Punch 1840 2

Continuous, Manuel López was right to set his eyes on the English market, in 1559, a theatrical work called Cuban Ebullition was performed in London, the artists released the smoke with pressure and intermittently, in 1598 the German traveler P. Hentzener in his book "Memories of travel" writes that the English wherever they are smoke La Hierva Nicoteana, in 1620 Bernabe Rich, calculates the volume of sale in London that is half a million pounds that comes in each year. In the early years of the 20th century, several companies, including "American Tobacco" and several others, entered Cuba and bought 291 brands of tobacco and 85 cigarettes. In 1910, "Los Independientes" emerged, who were the ones who did not sell their factories. they were "Punch". Now you will see several images of this brand in boxes and rings.
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Old 05-03-2021, 12:03 PM
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Default Punch 1840 3

When Sir Winston Churchill visited Havana, he visited the "Punch" factory on Monte y Zulueta streets, and had them prepare some cigars with chosen size, thickness, color and layers, and he named them "Churchill" vitolas. To be part of the brand's vitolario, as far as I know in the late 1990s, this vitola was still sold for export. The ring that you will see is from King GeorgeV, which was made by the factory in 1910, for his coronation, it is made with thin sheets of Gold, in lithographic stone, it coincides in the year of the Cigar cards with the players and you will see a view of tobacco printed in silver for the 25 years of his reign, made especially for the Shop East Orange in NJ with this I conclude the questions they asked me.
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Old 05-04-2021, 02:04 PM
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Default The Rifleman K. Connors

Now I show you a very rare card from Kevin Connors, The Rifleman, from the O. Diaz collection, years ago in Cuba on Mondays on television there is a program called "Senderos del Oeste" and they always present a film of this genre, but first They show a short of the different episodes of the 50s, a few months ago they put one of The Rifleman, I remember them in the 50s that every day I saw several: Rin Tin Tin, The Lone Ranger, Roy Rogers, Red Ryder, etc.
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Old 05-05-2021, 04:41 PM
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Default Alejandro Oms

Jason, since you tell me that Alejandro Oms is a player of your choice, I send you some photos from different years, some before the 20s, all of them with the complete team but I edited them. Greetings.
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Old 05-05-2021, 05:15 PM
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That is an amazing collection of Oms photos
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Old 05-06-2021, 12:11 PM
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Now I show you a very rare L. Pearson card from the O. Diaz collection.
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Old 05-07-2021, 11:35 AM
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Default 1949 Día de Reyes Magos

Butch, days ago I sent you the Baby Baseball from Almendares, you have not answered me, now you have an image from 1949 of a Three Kings Day, you see a girl waking up with toys, you will see 2 baby, one from Almendares and the from Havana by bicycle, when you see it, tell me, I have other things.
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Old 05-07-2021, 05:05 PM
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Default Baseball Martin's

Butch, now I am sending you a photo of the Baseball Martin's game, it is very rare, I have only seen the one from my collection, in the photo you will see part of the board, you will notice that with your finger the arrow is driven and where it falls, that is the play, It also has a blackboard to mark the outs, strikes, balls, etc. It comes in its box and lid, now I ask you there are several baseball things such as toys, marugas, bicycle bells for children etc. are you interested? let me know. Greetings and take care of your health.
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Old 05-07-2021, 09:07 PM
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Default Series Americanas 1940

Jason, I am sending you a photo of an American Series program in La Tropical, this is from 1940, maybe you have it or you are interested in seeing it, there are many since every year they were made in Cuba, on the cover you see Jhonny Mize.
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Old 05-08-2021, 11:51 AM
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Default Hall de la Fama

Now I show you the marble plaque of the Hall of Fame of Cuba, after being restored and placed in one of the halls of the Cerro Stadium, today the Latin American Stadium, in December 2020, this plaque is the original that was placed shortly after After the Grand Stadium of Havana was inaugurated in 1946, I was present the day it was placed and the day it was unveiled on December 29, 2020.
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Old 05-08-2021, 12:12 PM
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¡Hola, Roland! Este juego de Martin -- eso es maravilloso de ver -- era completamente desconocido para nosotros!
¿Tienes más imágenes, o imágenes más grandes, de ese juego o sus otros componentes (su caja, cualquier parte del juego,
instrucciones)? Nos gustaría ver todas las partes de todo el juego. ¿Conoces al fabricante o al año en que se produjo?

Todo lo que has mostrado (juegos, cartas, revistas, juguetes y más) es interesante. ¡Qué increíble colección
y biblioteca de artefactos tienes! Pero siempre, siempre, somos los más interesados en ver los juegos de mesa
y saber qué información (fabricante, año de producción) tienes sobre ellos.

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Old 05-08-2021, 02:17 PM
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Butch, it does not matter that you post in any thread, I see both, and I almost always put the images in both for those who connect to one of them, I will look for more information about the Martin's game but I have to look for the box, that image is Edited in part from one of my catalogs, now I am sending you a photo of a 100 x 100 Almendarista bicycle bell, when I was a child I had a Niagara brand bicycle, I don't know if that brand currently exists, and that was the bell I used, because I was always an Almendarista, I have more of you, let me know when you see this one.
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Old 05-09-2021, 10:42 AM
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Yesterday I showed the plaque of the Hall of Fame of Cuba, now I show you the plaque also restored of the players who fought in the War of Independence of 1895, this plaque was initially placed in the halls of the Hall of Fame on February 24, 1948, today like the previous one was developed after its restoration on December 29, 2020, in February 2021 two new plaques were placed, one of them with the names of other combatants that did not appear in the 1948 one and another with women who played baseball some in the 19th century and in the early 20th century.
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Old 05-09-2021, 04:16 PM
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Several candy factories are known that gave away cards for example players: Mallorquina, El Indio, Felices etc. Now I am showing you something very strange, the wrapping paper for the candies, in this case with the Almendares scorpion, when you bought the candies for 1 cent they would give you a card in a closed paper, when you took out the candy you would always throw away the wrap That's why it is super rare to see a piece of candy, do you agree with me?
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Old 05-09-2021, 05:18 PM
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Nice Chuck Connors card. Lot's of information about stuff I don't know about.

Was wondering why there are 2 threads with the same posts? I mean it's okay with me, I just don't understand.
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Old 05-09-2021, 08:04 PM
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Hi Rob, from Connors some time ago I published about the different cards, post cards etc. I am glad that you have seen things that you did not know in what I have written, from the question that you ask me about the 2 threads I will tell you: the second thread was opened by questions that they made me from my catalog that was on ebay, from what I see In the points of view there is a thread that sees it more than the other, but I don't know who sees them, maybe some see one and others the other thread, there are members who only write to me in 1 and others in 2, I receive Many questions in my email, for example, today I have answered 9 questions, sometimes those who ask me tell me to give the answer through the thread because they consider that they are answers that others might be interested in and they are right, sometimes as I have done today I have I dealt with topics that might be of interest and since I don't know who sees one or the other thread, I put it in both, for me it is more work to publish in both, that is my analysis, I try to please everyone, thanks for the question, I hope you answer me this email and I am ready to answer any questions you may have .
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Old 05-09-2021, 08:43 PM
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Thanks for the reply, Roland. I used to have a Caramelo Deportivo near set, minus the stars, but I sold it a while back. I have an Aguilitas or 2 as a type card, but not sure on authenticity, as I bought them on eBay about 10 years ago. I will dig out what I have from Cuba, and post later in the week.
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Rob, okay, when you find them you post them and I will respond to you, greetings.
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Old 05-09-2021, 09:15 PM
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Roland, I found this scan from 2013. I think I still have both of these cards, but can look later this week. I know it's tough to tell from scans, but do these look good?
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Old 05-09-2021, 09:47 PM
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Rob, from what I see they are original cards, they are not fakes, when you find them re-scan them, these look good.
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Good news, Roland. Thanks. Next I would like to add a Cabanas card or 2. That is a very cool series.
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Rob, you say you want to add some cabins, okay, as you say it is a good series, I wait for you.
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Default 1904 tiket

Now I show an entry ticket to the 3rd math game for the 1904 championship in Santiago de Cuba, in their fields of "Campo Rojo"
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I show you a collection of cards from the "Pioneer Weekly" from 1970, you will see the sheet of cards without cutting, and a card, you will see that there is a striped line between the photo and the name, the sheet was glued to a cardboard and folded By the line, then the card after pasting it was seen from the front and the back like any other collection card, few copies of that series were made, it is not easy to get it, the complete series is 24 cards.
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Yesterday I showed you the "Pioneer" collection from December 1970, today you will see the one from November 1971, these 40 cards but with the faces drawn, this collection is more common than the previous one. I have sometimes seen it on ebay, now I tell you An anecdote, about 8 or 9 years ago, the starting players of the National Series were invited to the Stadium to see a game of the Industriales team and a tribute to them, at the beginning of the game I go to the stands behind home play and I sit next to Pedro Chavez, we talked for about 10 minutes and I carried an envelope with 2 albums from this series, at that moment I showed it to Chavez so that he could sign his postcard, but he was amazed for a while looking, and He tells me: Rolando has passed many years and the first time I see him, it is something amazing, around us were the other veteran players, Marquetti, Vinent, Arias, Capiro, Puente, Rachath, Isasi, and the 2 albums went through the everyone's hands and they signed it, none of them I had seen them, I talked and shared with all of them, when I was going to retire shortly after, Chavez calls me and thanks me for teaching him something they did not know and for keeping those cards for so many years. I'll show you some of those signed cards. ,
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Thanks for taking the time to share great information in these threads, Roland! It is appreciated.

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Yesterday I showed you the "Pioneer" collection from December 1970, today you will see the one from November 1971, these 40 cards but with the faces drawn, this collection is more common than the previous one. I have sometimes seen it on ebay, now I tell you An anecdote, about 8 or 9 years ago, the starting players of the National Series were invited to the Stadium to see a game of the Industriales team and a tribute to them, at the beginning of the game I go to the stands behind home play and I sit next to Pedro Chavez, we talked for about 10 minutes and I carried an envelope with 2 albums from this series, at that moment I showed it to Chavez so that he could sign his postcard, but he was amazed for a while looking, and He tells me: Rolando has passed many years and the first time I see him, it is something amazing, around us were the other veteran players, Marquetti, Vinent, Arias, Capiro, Puente, Rachath, Isasi, and the 2 albums went through the everyone's hands and they signed it, none of them I had seen them, I talked and shared with all of them, when I was going to retire shortly after, Chavez calls me and thanks me for teaching him something they did not know and for keeping those cards for so many years. I'll show you some of those signed cards. ,
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"Mr. Leon" your comment towards my posts in the threads are of great encouragement to me, and that gives me the impetus to continue informing about Cuban baseball, which I think is of interest to some, everything I write is more than 30 years of research, I am pleased to answer those who ask me, and sometimes I write about topics that I think may be of interest to net54 members, but I also thank you for allowing me to belong to this wonderful forum, And I think that those who participate in the threads should also thank you. We will continue to thank you again.
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Today I ask you, a while ago I was looking for some photos and I found an envelope with some postcards of Cubans in the Major Leagues, I had not seen them for many years and I remember that in the 90s I bought a lot of around 70 postcards of that time and separate in the envelope those of the Cubans, I ask you, what series do they belong to, year, price, etc.?
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Now you will see another series of rather rare cards, I have 21 from Cubans and 2 from players from Mexico, I put the collection "Radio Rebelde" because it is the only information that appears on the back, I consider that they were printed in 1972, but I'm not sure, photos go.
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Now you will see the covers of the albums of the weekly "Pionero" that of 1970 and 1971, and previously I showed you the cards.
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Now I show you 2 marble sinks that were placed in the halls of the stadium in 2021, a continuation of the players who fought in the war of 1895, and the other of the women who played baseball in Cuba, some of them in the 19th century, some names are missing on the two boards and work is being done to recognize them on other boards soon.
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Old 05-16-2021, 11:16 AM
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They asked me by mail to show some memorabilia things, now they will see the complete set in two different sizes of figures of the 4 teams in ceramic.
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Jason, days ago I published a program of the American Series, I think you saw it, now I show a weekly program with the cover of Silvio Garcia, you may not have seen it, these programs were sold at the entrance of the stadium and I remember that my father always I bought them and gave them to me.
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