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Thanks to Dan Koteles!

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Sweet Hofers, guys!

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Posted By: Dustan Hedlin

Just got this in the mail a day or two ago. I love the Cubs in this set!

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Eric,
Congrats on that Duffy. You beat me on it. I was so close to making another bid, but ultimately decided not to. Enjoy.


Michael,
I have congratulated you privately on that card, but congrats again! That is truly phenomenal.
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JimB

Sorry about that... I have a SGC 40 DUFFY available that I'd trade for other PSA oj's that I need...

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Old 01-29-2008, 04:29 PM
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Posted By: marty q

hey mike, nice boston garter!! wow, whats your plans for it? something that nice needs to be framed and mounted don't ya think.

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Posted By: Matt

What is with the inordinate amount of Boston Garters all the sudden available? Years can go by without seeing 1 for sale and within a few months now several are for sale spread over the four corners of the vintage baseball card world.

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Posted By: peter ullman

I've seen 2 recently..from the same seller...any others? I'd say the $$$$$$$$$ is bringing them out...what else?

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Posted By: Matt

peter - aside from the 2 you refer to, the Goodwin & Co auction has at least the W Johnson and the Mile High auction coming up has a Joe Jax.

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Posted By: marty q

boston garter-walter johnson in the goodwin auction (seen it advertised in the top banner), and a joe jackson in the current mile high auction.. nice stuff!!

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matt- beat me by a minute.lol..

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Posted By: peter ullman

wowsers...big big $$$$$$$$$$$$!!!

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Dave...great Spud Chandler card. Brings back some memories for me. When I was a kid back in the 80's I used to send cards off in the mail to retired ballplayers to sign. It was just a reprint card that I sent to Spud Chandler, but he signed it and sent me a note back as well saying good luck with my collection. His writing was shaky as all get out...so I doubt anyone would have even authenticated it, but a week after I got the autograph back in the mail he died.

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Posted By: MVSNYC

thanks guys...i plan to have SGC slab it at the Reading show.

as far as "a lot" of them coming up recently, 2 are from the same person, and the others, well, a coincidence i guess.

mine's not going anywhere for a long time.

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Posted By: Joe D.

Awesome Evers!

It is going to look nice dressed in SGC black.


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Posted By: quan

very nice BG...can we see a back scan michael? who's chipping in with me for the speaker dan still has? maybe that can be next month's board prize! <hint><hint>

my first prewar card ever was a t206 johnson pitching...my 2nd e90-1 lajoie, and my 3rd e93 wagner. those 3 images have the most sentimental value to me and glad to have 1 back:

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Posted By: Dave

Great story about Mr Chandler... he doesn't have many cards out there so I really wanted to get this one. He's never really mentioned when discussing the all time great Yankee pitchers... but there was a span where he was one of the best in baseball. Reminds me a bit of Guidry in that he was totally dominant for a few years.

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Posted By: Dan Koteles

The Garters are not abundant right now. The monies for them are hot and so what better time for those others. The cards are unreal. There was a gentleman in Boston that had 9 of the 12 and recently released 4-5 which you may have seen in previous auctions.Jax ,CObb,Konecthy,MAranville were 4 of those. I had the Konecthy ,along with others EVers,Speaker and Herzog. I also had 2 suitcase Garters and a b&w. My 07 economy forced me to make garter decisions and so be it.....it was fun. Back to the CObbs I guess. It would be wise to latch one of the upcommimg Garters if you truly want one. After this couple , it may be awhile for another comes about.Holding one or several gives you an amazing feeling in the card world. I will miss them all !

When I become smarter then a 5th grader and learn how to post cards here, I will show the Keeler batting in an PSA9 that I recieved from Michael. This guy cares for his quality.

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Posted By: MVSNYC

Dan- thank you for your kind words...it was a pleasure dealing with you.

Dan is right, these Boston Garters are not abundent by any means, just a coincidence that several have been let go recently...believe me, it is very tuff to acquire one, it took me a very long time, and had to give up some of my best pieces to get it...but well worth it.

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Posted By: Al C.risafulli

Here's my new Hugh Jennings.

I'm hoping that if I resubmit it for review, it'll get bumped into a Ruth holder.



-Al

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Got these two from Jason Silvey in my first transaction on the N54 B/S/T section. Transaction went perfect. Thanks Jason

The Sheckard is a Sovereign back also

Nice pick-ups made by all in this thread.

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Al:

While you're at it, might as well try for the .5 bump in grade as well!!!

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Posted By: Joe D.

Yes - get it reholdered.. that is a great looking Ruth!

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Posted By: Brian Goldner

Thanks Tony

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Posted By: Bill Todd



Thanks to David Bryan, another type off the list
And, incredible as it may seem, my first SGC card.

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Posted By: hennessey

should have saved for feb. pick up thread, however just started to collect in october and wanted to show off my progress, thanks

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Posted By: Matt

Did you steal Martin's table?

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Posted By: Jeff Kennedy

So much for starting with commons huh Dale? Geez, I guess it is easier to start with HOFers and work your way down. Nice approach.

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Posted By: T206Collector

Thanks to Doug (and James, originally) for these five beauties, each Hall of Famers:













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Posted By: Jantz

Nice cards & autos.

The older players had such artistic signatures, unlike alot (but not all) modern players. Does anyone else agree?

Those are some true beauties.


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Posted By: Rob Dewolf

Thanks, Craig.

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On their way - thanks as well go to Craig.

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Posted By: Craig D

Rob & Brian,

You're very welcome, and thanks to you both as well. I know they're going to good homes. Enjoy!

Happy Collecting,
Craig

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Posted By: Jantz



Posted on the B/S/T board on Sunday & I received it today.
Thanks Trae for the fast shipping.


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Posted By: Trae R.

Jantz, you're very welcome!

Dale, that's quite a nice collection for only 3 months time!

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Posted By: Marty Ogelvie

Those are awesome looking signatures.  That Gehringer looks like a rubber stamp its so nice!

You can blame computers and email for poor manuscript these days. We just don't practice enough..

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