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thanks Jason

do you have the Revelle t210? series 2 is the easiest of all the 210 series but Revelle is quite difficult
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Nice SL Hindu run Jim... I can certainly appreciate the difficulty for putting that together.

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thanks Jamie

I didn't focus solely on it but it took 10 years to complete. Once I got to 25 it was really slow waiting for certain cards to show up and finally 3 board members worked trades with me to finish. My last card was Persons and was as gift from Craig Wright.

I got a lot of help from Brian W and Mark F. at the end. Can't imagine trying to put that together today good luck.
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Wow. I just wish I was a heavy Broadleaf smoker back in 1911.
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Have shown these before, so apologies for doing it again. It actually was kind of bittersweet when I completed the front/back combos of all three Lajoie poses, because it was really fun chasing them down. I'm not much into upgrading but was able to pick up a nicer batting pose with a Sovereign 350 back today.
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Those Naps are so cool Rob. Never get tired of seeing them especially the brownie. Best pickup of the decade.
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Jim - Nice Hindu SL run. I'm just over half done with mine. Let me know if you have any dupes you want to part with.
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Its always amazing to see this lajoie back
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This may not belong in this thread, but I do have a couple of T206's in here.


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JIM R= DUDE, the Revelle BB and Brown OM are some of my favorite 206 PERIOD!
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fantastic Mike. Thank you so much for sharing. Its nice seeing the collecting efforts of the members here.
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Mike,
Awesome Evers collection!

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Love the Hindu Southern League run!

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My minor contribution. Confirmed Drum back is out there - somewhere.....
Also have a P350 MC (no name), a random stamp back & a couple Topps T206 frames.
When I first started the Downs run, I saw a list of 'possible' backs (OM, CB, PB etc). Wish I had picked a subject with more 'confirmed' backs.

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Love the Downs run Jon. Thanks for sharing.
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Rob: The Lajoies are amazing. Do I have this right:there are no Lajoies with a Lenox back, but one was printed with a Brown Lenox? Has anyone ever explained why this would have occured?
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do you have the Revelle t210? series 2 is the easiest of all the 210 series but Revelle is quite difficult
Yes I have a Revelle and haven't seen another one come up for sale since I got it about six months ago.Yours is a very nice example.
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Rob: The Lajoies are amazing. Do I have this right:there are no Lajoies with a Lenox back, but one was printed with a Brown Lenox? Has anyone ever explained why this would have occured?
I think at one point a black Lenox had been confirmed on a few checklists, but that one turned out to be a brown (the one I own, I think). So as far as I know, there hasn't been a black Lenox of the batting pose confirmed, but it is a possible combination.

I'll leave it to Tim to explain the possibilities of why we've seen a brown Lenox but not a black with this pose. I just collect 'em, I don't pretend to understand them.
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Rob: Do I have this right:there are no Lajoies with a Lenox back, but one was printed with a Brown Lenox? Has anyone ever explained why this would have occured?
Sean-There is a good possibility that the brown Lenox were a different subset than the black. While it's possible all confirmed brown subjects will eventually be confirmed with black, it's also possible that some brown Lenox subjects were not printed with a black Lenox back. Currently there are several confirmed with brown that have not been confirmed with black.
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Ya'll are tempting me with these back runs...maybe a Lundgren Cubs back run???
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Chris just made this scan for me

all 9 Baltimore players with BL 350

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Wow Jim R, impressive collections. Great thread and collections most of us can only dream of.. A collection of anything Broadleaf is awesome.. Keep these coming..
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OHHHHHHH!!! This is one of the coolest runs I have ever seen! How long did this take to assemble Mr. Rivera?

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I didn't keep an exact record but it took between 10 and 12 years to find all 9 players with Broad Leaf.

Adkins, Cassidy and Dunn I have only seen the example I own.

Dessau, Hall Poland and Jackson I have seen 2 or 3 examples each.

Slagle and Strang I have seen 4 or 5 examples each.

I am sure there are more out there but this was a real tough set to put together.
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Yeah, I was giddy as a school girl when Jim sent me the scans.
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Those B.L.s are a thing of beauty!!!Wow!!....btw....you hooked me up with my first B.L. Sam Strang Balty just because I didn't own one, then in the mail a strang bl shows up !! you just GAVE it to me,I had that puppy graded and love it!!! thanks again...sorry if I embarrased you, but i'll never forget how kewl you were to me and out of the kindness of your heart sent me that expecting nothing in return....we need guys like you in this hobby, it's what makes it a hobby these cards make us do strang and greedy things sometimes, but I like to give credit where credit is due and acknowledge your kindness....true great peops

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thanks for my ab 460 devore which I love also that you GAVE to me also!!!you are great people to and have helped me TREMENDOUSLY with my collecting...

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Ya'll are tempting me with these back runs...maybe a Lundgren Cubs back run???
Lundgren Cubs is too easy - there are only 3 backs
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Default t213-1 southern league subset 17/20

t213-1south1.jpgt213-1south2.jpg

t213-1south1b.jpgt213-1south2b.jpg

t213-1south3.jpgt213-1south4.jpg

t213-1south3b.jpgt213-1south4b.jpg



Here are 17/20 T213-1 Coupons from the Southern League subset.

Still need Greminger, Hart Montgomery, Hickman


Great card runs on here, all.
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OHHHHHHH!!! This is one of the coolest runs I have ever seen! How long did this take to assemble Mr. Rivera?
omg i love those b'MORE bl'S
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Here are 17/20 T213-1 Coupons from the Southern League subset.
No wonder I can never find any of these! Great run!
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Hey Craig..........there are really 4 - Lundgren cards




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Definately one of the best threads of the year so far You all have amazing collections, and I thank you for displaying them for us to see.

Awesome front/back runs guys !!!!!

Sincerely, Clayton

P.S. Great to see some of you guys posting again !!!!
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Be thinking of a card you would accept in trade for your T213-1 Frank Chance.
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Ted Breitenstein pitched a No-Hitter in his first Major League start. In St Louis on Oct 4, 1891 (vs. Louisville Colonels), Ted pitched a (near) Perfect game
for the St Louis Browns. Ted faced only 27 batters. He walked one, who was picked off at 1st base (or as the result of a Double Play).



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Hahaha! Nice Lundgrens!

I'm going to have to figure something out, and then tackle it. I'll have to peruse the master set checklist for the cubs - see what toughest back most of them are on - I know not all were printed on EPDG, so I might have to combine with something else.
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Here are a few players that I used to have. Never did finish the Meyers. A fun way to collect.



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Hi Tim
Nice Ritcheys, lets see more Boston NL.
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nice runs Jim, Tim, Ted et al........sweet looking cards.
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Wow, some absolutely amazing eye candy in this thread! Thanks for sharing, everyone!
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i am pretty new here and i know i have missed a ton of good stuff, but this is one of the most kick ass threads i have ever seen

thats cool that you guys share this stuff, many thanks!
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Mike-I really like that Powers back run.

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Thanks Drew-I've shown this one several times before, but it fits here. It's a few short of being complete but my favorite non-the-less.

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Rossman's Major League career ended Sept 3, 1909. This fact is most likely the reason as to why Rossman was printed with only 5 - T206 backs.
I sold the SWEET CAPORAL 350, factory #30 card of Rossman.

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love the Herzog probably my favorite in the set. excellent back run especially the Red Cross and type 3 Coupon. Some real difficult cards in that run








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First, very impressive.
Second, it maybe my screen at work, but that Cycle back looks "blueish"
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