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Old 09-01-2020, 02:33 PM
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So did anyone here win anything in the recent Wheatland Auctions of the Uncle Jimmy collection?
I won 2 items. One is the signed 1934 Goudey Frank Grube. He is one of the rarest signed carss in the set. He is the 3rd earliest player to pass away in 1946. Only Gehrig(1941) and Ed Brandt(1944) passed earlier. I have only seen one other 30yrs collecting the set.
I am now at 83/96 of the set. I will likely never finish unless i hit the lottery to be able to afford the Gehrigs, but that's ok as i enjoy the chase.
The other item was the Overland Candy wrapper(trimmed) signed by his wife.


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Old 09-01-2020, 07:52 PM
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I somehow managed to win 7 signed 1933 Goudey cards. For close to 10 years I have been picking up signed 1933 Goudey cards and currently have 198 different autographed cards from the 240 card set. I'm two away from my goal of 200. Once I cross that milestone, I'm probably done. That said, if anyone has any signed 33's, message me: martyesullivan@yahoo.com

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Old 09-02-2020, 04:33 AM
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congrats guys, prices were strong, which is encouraging. Uncle Jimmy didnt dabble in signed 52 topps, which is bitter sweet
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329 IVAN DELOCK
347 JOE ADCOCK
351 AL DARK
354 FRED HATFIELD
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So did anyone here win anything in the recent Wheatland Auctions of the Uncle Jimmy collection?
I won 2 items. One is the signed 1934 Goudey Frank Grube. He is one of the rarest signed carss in the set. He is the 3rd earliest player to pass away in 1946. Only Gehrig(1941) and Ed Brandt(1944) passed earlier. I have only seen one other 30yrs collecting the set.
I am now at 83/96 of the set. I will likely never finish unless i hit the lottery to be able to afford the Gehrigs, but that's ok as i enjoy the chase.
The other item was the Overland Candy wrapper(trimmed) signed by his wife.


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Very nice pickups, Mark! Congrats!
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I bought most of the 48 Bowmans. Just thought I had never seen them so sharp, and I wasn’t disappointed when I got them. Beautiful cards. The Musial has a rough cut on the bottom border which dropped it to a 5 but the picture is stunning compared to most I have seen. Fun auction!
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I picked up the signed 1933 Goudey Bing Miller and the signed 1934 Goudeys - Oscar Melillo, Willie Kamm & Red Rolfe (loved the inscription to Uncle Jimmy with 1942 Yankees).

Does anyone know if there will be any other Uncle Jimmy auctions, or was this past auction the last?
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I picked up the signed 1933 Goudey Bing Miller and the signed 1934 Goudeys - Oscar Melillo, Willie Kamm & Red Rolfe (loved the inscription to Uncle Jimmy with 1942 Yankees).



Does anyone know if there will be any other Uncle Jimmy auctions, or was this past auction the last?
I bid you up a bit on the Kamm as i liked the sig, but stopped as was saving for the possibility the Grube would go higher. If i had know i was going to win it for what i did, i prob would have gone higher. Congrats. You got some great cards.

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Mark the R301 Gehrig is Geat!!! Extremely scarce card...
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Mark the R301 Gehrig is Geat!!! Extremely scarce card...
Thanks. I wish it was more complete, but then I probably would have had more competition for it. I am pleased as heck to get it.
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