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Nice item, It's got the greatest doubleplay team in history. I would have bought. That guy is a good seller, no worries there.

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

About right considering the paperloss on the front. I've seen a lot of these on ebay in the last few months so they are not too difficult to come by. Still a great classic postcard.

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Posted By: Martin Neal

I would have bid more on it if I had seen it. I need to pair up my Hammon's White Sox postcard.

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Posted By: Kenneth A. Cohen

I picked one up on Ebay not too long ago, with no paper loss, for under $50. I posted it on one of the pickup threads. $50 or so seems to be about be right price. People asking more are dreaming or are waiting for someone unaware of market levels. I'd like to find the White Sox card as a compagnon piece but the prices asked for the few I've seen for sale are ridiculous. Hoping to find a competive auction or a reasonable asking price.

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Price right on for condition.

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Posted By: Joe D.

And then I paid for same day slabbing for both....
bringing my cost to $600ish.




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Here are two variations of these White Sox / Cubs cards:

1) 1906 White Sox with red overprint:



2) "1907" variation of 1906 Cubs PC which references the Cubs 1907 Pennant Victory, but not their World Series victory. The card was produced for the World Series (this example was postmarked after Game One and the sender's message even mentions this Cubs-Tigers 1907 World Series tie game, the first tie in series history):

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