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D311 Pacific Coast League Murray
D311 Pacific Coast League Schmidt

E90-3 Amer. Caramel Smith
E92 Dockman & Sons Kleinow (Menagerie Back)

F-UNC Holland Creameries - Ruel

T205 Shean - Cubs
T207 Daniels Napoleon (Printing Error)
T210-8 Old Mill Erloff
T330-2 Piedmont Art Stamps Groom

V117 Maple Crispette Jacobson
V354 World Wide Gum Hafey

W590 Todt
W590 Sand
W590 Rommell

E99/100 Bishop & Co. Candy Wrapper

1915 Federal League Enamel Season Pass

Smokey Joe Wood Photo World Series 1912

1915 Forbes Field Pittsburgh Baseball Stadium Postcard

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wow...it's been a busy 8 1/2 hours for you?!?!

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YUP!

Is there a problem with that?

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Del Crandall, eh? He had a long 6-7 decade career. Good Job SGC.

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Mold? Jell-o? Ectoplasm?

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i'm a sucker for markdowns, what happened to this card? it's supposed to be the one of the toughest in the set!

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5 down, 45 to go for the set....


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resides in a PSA 7 (MK) holder. (Wish, of course, it was SGC)

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A couple of long-overdue additions to my collection.





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These were technically May 31 arrivals, but what the heck. Big thank you to Adam W.



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Rios was the utility fielder for Santa Clara, arguably one of the greatest teams of all time, and Ramos is member of the Cuban Hall of Fame and played with the Cuban Stars in America.

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Thank You, Anthony:


Thank You, Mark:

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Thank You, Dave:

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More evidence of the danger of a big PayPal balance:

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Posted By: Bob Shannon

Could you post scans of your e92 Kleinow Menagerie back? I would love to see it!!

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Posted By: Zach Rice

Thanks Justin, fast shipping and great cards. I also got a T210-7 and a tintype featuring two african american ball players. Now off to go research them in David Rudd's book on photography.

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Thank You, Dolloff:

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Posted By: jay behrens

Finally got this today after finally getting it paid off on the lay away plan that took way too long, but well worth the wait.



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1966 Team Signed Orioles Baseball

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1909 Sporting News M-101-2 Tigers team photo w/ HOFer's (Crawford, Jennings, & Cobb)
Cobb is sitting in middle row, on the right end. He looks as pleasant as ever.
Size of pic not including frame & matte 10" x 16" . Spot on photo is flash from camera.

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Ben,
nice card.

Picked up a t207 red cycle back.

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Posted By: warshawlaw

I don't really follow this set but could not resist this card:

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Posted By: Max Weder

The Asahi were a senior men's team in Vancouver, until the team was disbanded and the players interned as a result of World War II. This is signed by one of the players.

Max



1909 Western Canada Professional League

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Posted By: eatturf

Picked this up in St. Louis Saturday. Went to the card show at the Two Hearts Convention center. I was also going to go the the Tri-Star show, but vendors and other patrons mentioned only one vintage table, higher prices, and an overall bland experience. Did anyone else go? Anywho- I bargained this one down to $50.00, which I thought was fair. What do you think


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Posted By: James Gallo

Couple more Cracker Jacks, one needed for my set and one I got cheap IMO, both are already out of there holders and about ready to be sent to SGC, just waiting for one more card to come in.



I have picked up a bunch more cards but they have already been sent to SGC.

Feel free to help with my last 20 or so needed cards....

James Gallo



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Posted By: PC

Purchased in May, but here they are. These are not oversized scans but if the mods want to resize please do (I tried):

My first Joe D --









How did this George Mikan 1948 Exhibit get in here? (it's a little rough, but it is mine) ...

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Posted By: Frank Evanov



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Posted By: steve yawitz

I've heard the Tri-Star show here in St. Charles was pretty bad. Guess I'm glad I didn't go, thanks in large part to leaving my debit card in an ATM that day.

Anyway, this arrived today. Big thanks to Andrew P.

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

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Posted By: Josh K.

Damn Jeff - thanks a lot for stealing that card from under me

I bid what I thought was an insane amount for that card (over 600) and thought no way this gets topped - E93s are officially in the stratosphere. Now I may never be able to upgrade my set.

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Posted By: jP

slowly but surely getting closer to my goal. with the help of some board members , ebay, and some constant searching. always looking for more especially zeenuts.





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Posted By: steve f

jp, nice 1911 Zeenut. Did that once reside in a SGC 50 holder?

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Josh, sorry about that, but I just loved that card. I'm only happy that it wasn't in an 84 as it would have cost me a lot more. And Frank, that Anson is really spectacular.

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Posted By: cmoking

Jeff, I remember the thread you started regarding how to go forward with your collection as you used to collect sets only. Is this the beginning of your transformation into a Player collector?

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

I wish I could that say that was so but the 33 Goudey set is just too enticing to pass up until it's all done. I'm trying to get as many Chase cards in high grade that I can but they're few and far between in some of the more esoteric versions. I also can't seem to resist certain players (Cobb, Matthewson, Mantle) as they come up. King, basically your advice rang true regarding sets v. certain players -- collect both!

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Posted By: Holstein

different thread

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Posted By: Michelle Wise

Picked up a handful of the non-baseball Pirate Brand backed cards recently. Have some available on BST.

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Posted By: Josh K.



Joss and Pastorious both have a spot or two of paper loss on the reverse but nothing else wrong with them.

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Posted By: Zach Rice

Josh, you have a great eye at picking out cards with great fronts. Congrats on another round of amazing E93s.

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Posted By: jP

thanks jeff, im not sure if it was graded before. i won it on ebay. why do you ask ?

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