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Hey Everyone,

I have been fairly quiet lately...But I am very excited to finally share my progress with the Board on my Cobb back run... It really is amazing how helpful this website is to collectors. (thanks Leon)

I started out attaining one of the most difficult backs (the Drum) off ebay... Then about 18 months went by until one day I saw a Cobb Lenox pop up (also on ebay).... This dates back to May of this year.. once I had the Lenox and Drum.. I thought I would give it a go... over the last 6 months I have been hard at work trying to find all the different backs .... trying to get some of them has been very challenging as only a few are known to exist in some cases.. and even when you find them...these are not exactly cards that collectors are willing to part with... But this website is filled with a great bunch of guys...and I have had a lot of help from the board... I would like to take an opportunity to thank several people for without them my progress would not be possible... BIG Thanks to.. Brian, David, Mark T, Ted, Miguel, Stefan, Mark S, Derek, and Chris.

I have only shared this picture with a couple people.. but even those few will hopefully see a nice surprise... as today I acquired what I now consider to be the rarest card in my collection... The Cobb BL460.. I understand that perhaps this is the only Cobb BL460 known to exist!.... and I am extremely happy to add it to the run..... Below is the pic of the collection and some fun facts about the backrun, and the more difficult cards:



Just cause I got it in the mail today I will give this one its own pic


There are 29 backs in total.... 25 T206s (including Blank back and Cobb back), The T214 Victory, and the T213 Types 1, 2 and 3..... I now have 22 backs.. and I am actively looking to add the following ones: EPDG, Sov 460, Pied 460 Fact 42, T213 Type 3.

Here are a couple notes about the cards.. Drum only 3 known to exist. RH only 5 known to exist. AB350 is very tough only 1 recorded sale in last 5-8 years that I could find (in HA.com). T213 Type 1 was another very tough card with only a couple being sold in the last 5-8 years. the Lenox only has 7 graded.. Carolina Brights has only 11 graded..and I believe the BL460 is a 1 of 1.

Hope you guys like the back run.. theres 6 months of emails and countless hours hunting on the internet all wrapped up into one pic.
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Speechless. Amazing.
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Finally! Wow Jamie, just wow. That red Hindu is one of my Grails....the BL? You kidding me. What an accomplishment, the greatest run I've seen and likely not to be beat.

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Amazing! Thank you for sharing. Good luck with the rest!
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WOW! I'm drooling. That's an amazing collection of Cobb backs. Speechless.
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Amazing Jamie, congrats
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Great looking run.Man that is just a classic pose they look awesome together.
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Jaime,

Great collection of Cobb's there. It looks like you need to add one more - The Ty Cobb brand tobacco back.

Great accomplishment.

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simply amazing.

probably the best back run on this board

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My God Man!!!! That is epic!
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Jamie, this is a pretty incredible accomplishment. This is what baseball card collecting is all about.

Congratulations to you, and a tip of the hat to the forum members that have helped you out. I hope you get those last few cards!
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That is absolutely insane. Thanks for posting the pic and good luck picking up the rest of 'em!
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That is awesome! My favorite back run also.
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just for fun how much is approximatly the value of a Drum Cobb and a BL460 cobb ?

estimation of the value of these cards ?


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Nice to see that my old Cobb BL 460 has found a home. I never thought I would part with it, but a long time hobby friend talked me into selling it, now years later it has had several homes, perhaps it will reside here for a good while.
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Jamie, amazing run I can't imagine the effort that went into that - well worth it for sure. BTW - you are also contributing one of the things that makes this forum so awesome - sharing that insane back run. Congrats!
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Amazing! Your scan is about the coolest thing I have ever seen!!!!
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Impressive display! Thanks for sharing on the board!
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Absolutely unbelievable. This is something that should be in a museum. This is probably the coolest thing I've seen on this site.
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Utterly amazing! Thanks for sharing.
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impressive Jamie...an orange cobb would look good in there too!
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Absolutely phenomenal! That is one of the coolest collections of cards I have seen! Congrats!
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Just like everybody else is saying, what an absolutely amazing run. Thank you for sharing it with us.
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Hey Everyone,

I have been fairly quiet lately...But I am very excited to finally share my progress with the Board on my Cobb back run... It really is amazing how helpful this website is to collectors. (thanks Leon)

I started out attaining one of the most difficult backs (the Drum) off ebay... Then about 18 months went by until one day I saw a Cobb Lenox pop up (also on ebay).... This dates back to May of this year.. once I had the Lenox and Drum.. I thought I would give it a go... over the last 6 months I have been hard at work trying to find all the different backs .... trying to get some of them has been very challenging as only a few are known to exist in some cases.. and even when you find them...these are not exactly cards that collectors are willing to part with... But this website is filled with a great bunch of guys...and I have had a lot of help from the board... I would like to take an opportunity to thank several people for without them my progress would not be possible... BIG Thanks to.. Brian, David, Mark T, Ted, Miguel, Stefan, Mark S, Derek, and Chris.

I have only shared this picture with a couple people.. but even those few will hopefully see a nice surprise... as today I acquired what I now consider to be the rarest card in my collection... The Cobb BL460.. I understand that perhaps this is the only Cobb BL460 known to exist!.... and I am extremely happy to add it to the run..... Below is the pic of the collection and some fun facts about the backrun, and the more difficult cards:



Just cause I got it in the mail today I will give this one its own pic


There are 29 backs in total.... 25 T206s (including Blank back and Cobb back), The T214 Victory, and the T213 Types 1, 2 and 3..... I now have 22 backs.. and I am actively looking to add the following ones: EPDG, Sov 460, Pied 460 Fact 42, T213 Type 3.

Here are a couple notes about the cards.. Drum only 3 known to exist. RH only 5 known to exist. AB350 is very tough only 1 recorded sale in last 5-8 years that I could find (in HA.com). T213 Type 1 was another very tough card with only a couple being sold in the last 5-8 years. the Lenox only has 7 graded.. Carolina Brights has only 11 graded..and I believe the BL460 is a 1 of 1.

Hope you guys like the back run.. theres 6 months of emails and countless hours hunting on the internet all wrapped up into one pic.
Holy Moley!!!!! I am a Cobb collector also, that is astounding.

Great Job!!!
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Hats off to you Jamie. Job well done! Amazing run.
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Wow factory is off the scale
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congratulations on this tremendous accomplishment.
just can't express my appreciation & awe at such a feat.
would never have thought such a run was really possible...
but, YOU HAVE DONE IT!
simply stunning.
btw, you can reduce the number of graded lenox examples by one- to six...
I know for a fact that the psa A was crossed to an sgc A.
you have raised the bar and set a new standard...
clearly the KING of player back runs!
thank you so very much for sharing.
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Thank you Mark.. and thank you so much everyone for the kind words..

I am thrilled there is a forum where we can post our collections that can be enjoyed by people that are as passionate about collecting old baseballs cards as I am.

Thanks again for the comments everyone.. made my night.

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Amazing Jamie, congrats!
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Great run and incredible to assemble it that quickly.
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Jamie awesome run !! I am looking for the PD 42 for you !!
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Really amazing. Congratulations and good luck finding more!
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Incredible run Jaime. Especially that BL460. One of one?
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Sometimes I come to this forum and shake my head at the vulgarities tossed around in the petty arguments. With that being said, this thread is well worth one.

Simply F*C*ING Amazing.
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That's really awesome. Thanks for sharing and good luck closing it out.
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Outstanding achievement Jamie. Sincerest congrats.

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Thank you for sharing it with us. Great view
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Amazing display of red Cobb's......thanks for sharing your collection with us.

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Most impressive! What a spectacular and iconic card to collect a back run of. In my opinion, you have created something that is greater than the individual cards, thus elevating each to another level. You have every reason to be supremely proud of this collecting challenge!

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Incredible run!! Good luck on the rest of the journey!
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After looking at all these Cobbs, my current Gabby Street back run just seems so puny.

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