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Old 03-04-2009, 05:33 AM
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Posted By: Eric

You would never know the economy is so bad considering all the purchases being made by Net54'ers!

These are my most recent!

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Old 03-04-2009, 05:52 AM
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Posted By: Matt

Eric - sharp cards!




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Old 03-04-2009, 07:44 AM
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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Thank you Terry Knouse! also thanks to David McDonald for pointing this item out to me.

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Posted By: Ken Wirt

Nice, Dan!

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

I'm starting to wonder if PSA graders appreciate that the borders on T206 and E90-1 cards are a tad different.

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Posted By: Bottom of the Ninth

Jeff,

They have been doing it for years with E93s. The higher the grade the easier the cards seem to fit in the T206 holders.

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

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Posted By: Jay

Dan--Great cabinet. Is the team president Dave Rowe from the Old Judge set?

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Posted By: Shawn

Dan,

What is the guy on the front right side row sitting on??

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Posted By: Bob

Eric- Nice cards! I was kind of surprised at the recent prices for E90-1s, maybe they are finally on the upswing despite the economy. I always felt that the E90-1s, M116s and T207s had a lot of room for growth as they were underappreciated for a long time.

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Jay, it is the same Dave Rowe. The team in the photo moved from Omaha to Denver and then finished the season in Dubuque.

Shawn, I can't tell what he's sitting on.

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Posted By: Shawn

It almost looks like some sort of helmet or ball... Oh well, who knows or probably cares happy.gif Just one of those crazy questions.

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Posted By: robert a

He could be sitting on the mascot?

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Posted By: Mike McGrail

I'm back !!!!!


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Posted By: Dave Hornish

My first T206 in a while, very happy to cross this puppy off the list. I was following another one on the 'bay, decided to do a fresh search and low and behold a reasonable BIN appeared. Serendipity. Too bad I couldn't find a Shag the same way at a good price but I think Foster is harder to find anyway.

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Posted By: Clint

Dan, sweet image, way to go.

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Posted By: leon

Welcome back...we are still here just where you left us. Nice pickups guys...here's one I haven't paid for yet....but Dave F trusted me on it...

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Posted By: Ted Sherman

I picked this up a few days ago, just getting around to posting it

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Posted By: Scott Sarian

Awesome T3 Cobb, Ted! Did it get a numerical grade?

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Posted By: Anonymous




Yes Leon-



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Posted By: Ted Sherman

Scott it is a DEUCE!

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Posted By: jim

Just puled this out of a Shapiro Bros. Big Show Candy box.
I collect non-sports. Can someone fill me in on this? thanks

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Posted By: Greg B.

Shemp?

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Posted By: Anonymous

Jim,







OK. I'll bite.







You just pulled a George Kelly out of a Schapira Brothers box?

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Posted By: Mike

Many thanks, Rob!

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Posted By: Don

My 4th and 5th mid grade T205. 203 to go for a VG-EX set.


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Posted By: Anthony S.

Nice, Bob. I was very tempted to bid on the Wiggs at the end, but was happy to land these.

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Posted By: Mike McGrail

That is a great Custer pin Scot. Any idea which set it comes from?

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Posted By: Scot

Mike,
Thanks!...Not sure of the set. It was made by Whitehead & Hoag and dated July 21, 1896. I also have a Pepsin back Bill Cody that my brother gave me years ago. They are hard to scan as they are the size of a dime.

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Thanks to Marty Q for supplying me with the Righty to go with my lefty Alexander.

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Posted By: Steve F

Our funky postal employee sure can DELIVER THE DECIBLES!.. Thanks Rob,

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Posted By: Rob

Some may be from late Feb sorry!

EBAY -

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Posted By: Chris Diaz

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Posted By: Geno

Here's my newest T202, to go along with new life for the Cubs!! I thought I posted this once, but maybe it went to some other thread accidently - not sure what happened...



Take Care,

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Posted By: Daryle

Picked these two up yesterday at a small show. Asked the "dealer" to see the few tobacco cards he had. he said "They're all commons"...soooooo.....these are actually commons.......at commons prices:-)
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Posted By: Eric S.

I just picked this beaut up today along with an entire T206 ChiSox team set. Having a good month thus far.
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Posted By: Craig W

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Posted By: Erich

has not arrived yet, but love the eye appeal on this E96 Ames...

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