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Old 03-28-2009, 04:55 PM
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Posted By: Paul

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what others may see as tobacco stains, i perceive to be "signatures of distinction!"

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Posted By: Michael Steele

Really taking a liking to these 21 exhibits. Thank you David.

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Posted By: Bob

Thanks Jim B! That completes my group of 6 E94 Lords.


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Posted By: Tim Kindler

Michael,
That Everett Scott is a beauty! I teach 2nd grade in Auburn, Indiana and his niece teaches 3rd grade in the room next to mine. She is always telling me stories about her "Uncle Everett". He was from Bluffton, Indiana and lived in Fort Wayne after his playing career with the Red Sox and Yankees. He owned and operated a bowling alley which an elderly friend of mine tells me he used to set pins for him. He was on a bunch of World Series Winners and was the "Iron Man" of baseball before Gehrig and Ripken Jr came along.

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Posted By: Mark

Tim ----

Slightly OT - but I have a great 1914 scan of Everett Scott newly identified from the Libary of Congress Harris & Ewing collection that his niece likely has not seen. If you're interested in passing it on to her email me.

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Posted By: Tim Kindler

Everyone,
Sorry about interrupting the new pick up thread....but thanks Mark for going out your way to take the time and effort to send me that picture of Scott. E-mail sent.
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Posted By: Marty Ogelvie

Greg,


Love that card.. thanks for the BLOW UP!



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Posted By: Michael Steele

Tim,
Thanks for the kind words on the Scott card and thanks for the history information on Scott. My card now has a little inside history to go along with it. I appreciate it and it seems Everett was a winner during his era of playing.
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Thanks, Rhett!

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Posted By: JDRUM

Dave,
Nice Worch, I picked up the Averill.

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Posted By: Greg Ecklund

Nice pickups Dave and Jeff - that was a nice group of Worchs. I picked up the Ott tonight and an O'Doul a couple weeks ago...49 down and about a hundred to go!

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Posted By: Dave F


Thanks Jeff....and yes great deal on the Averill

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Posted By: Dave F



Nice Greg, I had set a snipe on the Ott and it never went off....congrats.

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Posted By: Donavon Arabie

Finally got this one in the mail yesterday.





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Posted By: Jeff Mohler

I picked up the Worch Jimmy Dykes. Any word on who got the Grove? I was second high bidder on Averill and Ott.

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Posted By: Todd C

Canadian Goudey.... World Wide Gum

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Posted By: J Levine

So, stopped by local shop today and picked this up for fairly cheap...nicest one I have ever seen much less owned. No creases, super sharp, great color...I love this card!

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Posted By: Jason

I'm jealous of that Wilhelm. Its a beauty. I need one. sad.gif

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Posted By: Anthony S.

Yikes, that's the "suffered" version, too. Nice pick-up.

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Posted By: Matt

Nice pickup Joshua!




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Posted By: Turner Engle

Nice pick-up, Josh. One of the nicest Wilhelm's I've seen.

Congrats.

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Posted By: barrysloate

Joshua- that's a big time card in fantastic condition. And your local card shop had it? Yikes!

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Posted By: leon

Nice pick up. That is probably in better condition than 99% of the t205's in existence...The centering is what makes it special, to me.

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Posted By: marty q

hey josh thats a killer!! nice catch..

"i love to strip".. btw the card is flawless!! mint as mint as mint can be, even under super magnifacation, steve austin also agrees!!!

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Posted By: J Levine

Thank you all for your comments...It is by far one of the nicest t205s I own. I also bought it for a fraction of what they are going for nowadays so I am very pleased. I also added two other t205s that were nearly as nice and almost pulled the trigger on a a Joss that was just beautiful but did not have the money for that one. The collection that I looked over was super sharp and contained some cards that made the recent Mile High cards look bad (seriously...some blazers that will come to market in the next few months).

I love this set.

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Posted By: Bob

Josh- great card! I am jealous of you guys who have "local card shops." There's not one here within over 500 miles in any direction sad.gif

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Posted By: Dan Koteles

just a couple:

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