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Old 04-04-2004, 11:35 AM
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Posted By: Jay Miller 

I just picked up the Stevens Studio Anson cabinet shown below:



Stevens did all the photos of Chicago players for the Old Judge set and this is the photo used in the Anson in street clothes pose. I had never seen this Stevens cabinet before. Then the real neat thing about the cabinet:



Cap signed the back of the cabinet. I know nothing about autographs but Mike Gutierrez has given the autograph his blessing. All in all a great Old Judge related piece.

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Old 04-04-2004, 11:52 AM
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Posted By: jay behrens

WOW!!! Amazing piece. That sig seems to be on the big side, but certainly quite stunning.

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Old 04-04-2004, 12:05 PM
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Posted By: John(z28jd)

WOW is the word for that! A great Anson picture with his signature,cant get much better than that! Amazing piece!

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Posted By: Julie

two or three years ago; needless to say, less beautiful--and I bet a lot cheaper, too! (No signature, either).

That's some signature! Guess he knew who HE was!

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Posted By: hankron

It's one of those items you never even thought of, much less hoped to see one day.

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Posted By: Halleygator

Jay:

I had them e-mail me about that piece and the other cabinet that they were selling ... but I figured that I would be nice and let you have it.

Did you buy the other one too?

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Posted By: JC

Who owned them? Seth at 19th century? I think I've seen it before but I can't remeber where?

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Posted By: Halleygator

I think my e-mail came from Clay Hill at SportsCard Plus ... but I don't know where he got them from.

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Old 04-05-2004, 09:23 AM
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Posted By: Jay Miller

Hal--I only bought the Anson. The Wright apparently was sold to someone else--could have been Chad Dreyer who is supposedly a big SCP customer.

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