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Old 09-16-2020, 12:26 PM
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Gary McNabb
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Default Ny highlander autographs

Just got these today to add to my collection......

Wid Conroy 1903-1907
John Ganzel 1903-1904
George Moriarty 1906-1908
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Old Yesterday, 07:51 AM
Shoelessseb Shoelessseb is offline
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Nice ! Your Highlanders collection is very impressive
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Old Yesterday, 11:19 AM
prewarsports prewarsports is offline
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Moriarty is actually really rare considering his stature in the game and death date. I think he was unavailable to most mail requests in the 1950's for some reason. Nice pickups!
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Old Yesterday, 11:52 AM
HexsHeroes HexsHeroes is offline
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Great pickups. I certainly do not begrudge the path you have undertaken. I myself am greatly challenged with my effort to collect autographs of the 1901-1945 Detroit Tigers. I owe credit to Rhys (prewarsports), among others, for providing some of the truly obscure and/or difficult autographs I have needed.

Best of luck on the remainder of that journey.
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