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Old 03-12-2021, 08:47 AM
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George & Aaron, those are spectacular photos.
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My contribution today.

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Not sure exactly what this is; guessing it is a fan mail reply card?

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My 52 Topps Jackie
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Here's my contribution for today
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Old 03-12-2021, 01:13 PM
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Really cool piece. Thanks for sharing.
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Here's my 1950 Jackie Robinson Daily Dime Register Bank.
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This is one I didn't let get away:


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Here's my contribution for today
Very cool!

Here's my contribution for the day. A photo that always makes me sick. Haha.

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My first and then my most recent J Rob pickups in my collection
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Since no one posted it yet


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I didn't see this one yet. Sorry for the bad photo, it is in the case, and I was too tired to dig it out.

SGC says it is 1948, but it looks like PSA is calling it '47? Does anyone know which one is right?
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Don't think these have been posted yet.
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Beauty Jackie items/cards everyone.
Wish I could contribute more.
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I don't think I've seen this one posted yet.
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W571 Bond Bread round corner comin' to the party...
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Old 03-13-2021, 12:36 PM
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I have to thank Tim for this beauty.

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Damn, Ian, righteous stuff! Any one would be a cornerstone for a Robinson collection.
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Thanks! I've always loved Robinson stuff. That '54 is most deeply embedded in my collection, have had it since HS in the mid-90s.
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Thanks! I've always loved Robinson stuff. That '54 is most deeply embedded in my collection, have had it since HS in the mid-90s.
Ian, that 54 is simply amazing!
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Troy, your '48 card and art are awe inspiring!

A photo that teams up with Aaron's.
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Bob's pic reminded me of this one which I forgot about.

A few months ago I seen a signed copy of one of these that sold. Not every signature was obtained but the majority were, including Jackie Robinson.
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My first Robbie card was this fugly Exhibit. Last pickup was the '56 team card.
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[It's a blotter]
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Unsure of the year but where is an AP Wire Photo from Spring Training


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St Louis Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Orioles in 1954. Moss was traded to White Sox in early 1955. So, its spring training 54 or 55.
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St Louis Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Orioles in 1954. Moss was traded to White Sox in early 1955. So, its spring training 54 or 55.
Thanks...since the Orioles trained in AZ in 1954, so it must be 1955
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That's a fun one, isn't it?

For today:



The first Jackie card i ever owned was a 1954 Topps.
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My contributions. Waiting to add a few more, notably a 52T, when this market returns to reality.


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"when this market returns to reality"

If...
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Jackie & Rachel at home on the night he received the call from the Hall of Fame. Also pictured is Jackie's dog, Rickey.

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If...
We shall see. I feel pretty confident a 5k card in Jan is not all the sudden a 30k+ card in March. This happens on occasion in every type of market.
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My latest Jackie Robinson pick up:
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Has this one shown up yet?

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Nice! I picked up some exhibits myself. Underrated cards.
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Thanks, Christopher. I'd love to see more Exhibits.
Belter of a photo Aaron. Love your stuff. Here's one from '49 with a few less plaques on the wall.

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And the beloved '54. Love these cards.
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Let's keep it going! I've been saving the nasty stuff for the end, so here goes my top 3 Robinson items, in reverse order:

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Does anyone know what this card is? It was signed later, so the basic card (photo?) is just of the bust. Sorry, I can't provide a pic of the back.

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Game 1 of 1947 World Series. Three pieces that tell a story. Ticket stub. Photo of Jackie's first postseason steal. And the next play where Jackie gets caught in a run down captured on the cover of Baseball Magazine. It's a short story.

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