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Old 09-01-2015, 04:36 AM
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Old 09-01-2015, 05:44 AM
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Old 09-01-2015, 06:21 AM
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I usually don't post until I get the card in hand, but I'm pretty happy to get a tough M101 back card.

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Old 09-01-2015, 08:19 AM
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Picked this up on BST section

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Nice Cobb!! I hope to add one pretty soon. Have a hard time deciding between Red or Green .
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A few items that arrived yesterday. The Oakes is my 36th different Nadja, Jennings is a nice duplicate, Bescher is unconfirmed for the Nadja set so figured a red crofts would be a decent substitute, and the Bemis, well, I won that before the Bescher, and the Young makes my 4th pick up for the back run (others I have being Nadja, crofts blue, cocoa)






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Nice cards Guys, Like that Ruth Greg!
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Send me your poor condition, bent, mangled, and nearly destroyed pre-war Hall of Famers yearning to be displayed proudly. :-)
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Nice Wheat Brian.
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Old 09-01-2015, 10:53 AM
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Nice cards Guys, Like that Ruth Greg!
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Been looking for a low grade example with nice eye appeal for a while. Glad I decided on this one. very happy with it
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Even though it is graded 1 the card is still an upgrade for me.
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Nice haul DJ............Jerry
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Thanks Jerry, August sure was a busy month.
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+1 DJ, that's some real eye candy!
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A Cubs "$ in shield" team postcard. Postmarked Oct. 15, 1908, the day after they clinched their second consecutive World Series.

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Even though it is graded 1 the card is still an upgrade for me.
Pretty nice looking 1
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1940 Hughes Frozen Confections Sacramento Solons
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Oscar Judd - London, Ontario, Canada

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Oscar Judd

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Never actually seen what that card looks like before.

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Finally hung the new shelf, Museum room is coming together nicely!!! Now I need some more treasure to fill it up.. Sorry about the glare
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Very nice display! Love the Cracker Jacks.
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* prior to the Natty, T3 Turkey Reds were not on my radar. Wasn't even thinking about them
* came home with two
* two more in the mailbox today

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This was my Cobb you picked up. I've now come to the point in life where I have to start paying for the kids' college. UGH!!!

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That is beautiful!
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Nice pickup, Marty!
Never actually seen what that card looks like before.

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Richard.
Hi Richard. I never knew the card existed before a month ago. Was skimming through the Minor League Card section of Mr. Lemke's catalog, and the name Oscar Judd jumped out at me. Canadian Hall of Famer who never got a major league card. I asked around, and Mark had one for sale. Pretty neat find.

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Finally got a Cocky Collins and a Joss throw in the Polar Bear back

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These are all cards I've gotten over the last week or two but just getting around to uploading pictures. Ruth's are from Leon's auction. Other 2 from board members.
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T207 Ward Miller Anonymous back
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Beautiful Card...Congrats!
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2 out of 4 of my Batter-Ups waiting on 1 more.
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Nice pickups so far everyone!

It isn't pretty, but its a 42.
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Happy to grab this one! Now for the green portrait to complete the quartet.
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I picked up an old bookcase last year to use for my displaying my T207 collection. Someone had painted the inside pink then white most likely in the 1950s. They also painted over on the hinges as well.

I replaced the old "painted" shelves with plate glass. I was also extremely lucky to find brand new hinges that matched perfectly in an antique shop. Lastly I added a new art nouveau style door knob.

Couldn't get a great picture with all the glare but pretty happy with the results. The stain I used had a poly included that matched the T207 backgrounds and their gloss pretty well.

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I picked up an old bookcase last year to use for my displaying my T207 collection. Someone had painted the inside pink then white most likely in the 1950s. They also painted over on the hinges as well.

I replaced the old "painted" shelves with plate glass. I was also extremely lucky to find brand new hinges that matched perfectly in an antique shop. Lastly I added a new art nouveau style door knob.

Couldn't get a great picture with all the glare but pretty happy with the results. The stain I used had a poly included that matched the T207 backgrounds and their gloss pretty well.

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Thanks Greg!

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It's not often that I pick up something for $11.35 that I consider to be an important part of my collection. But this one definitely qualifies. I know it's not pre-war, but it's a team issue of the major leagues' first African American coach, shown as a coach. I always hoped it existed, but never knew until now.
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It's not often that I pick up something for $11.35 that I consider to be an important part of my collection. But this one definitely qualifies. I know it's not pre-war, but it's a team issue of the major leagues' first African American coach, shown as a coach. I always hoped it existed, but never knew until now.
Wow! Fantastic.
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What set is the O'Neill card from? Or is it not a card?
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It's a Cubs team issue, 8" x 10". I assume it's from 1962-65 when O'Neil coached for the Cubs.
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I picked up an old bookcase last year to use for my displaying my T207 collection. Someone had painted the inside pink then white most likely in the 1950s. They also painted over on the hinges as well.

I replaced the old "painted" shelves with plate glass. I was also extremely lucky to find brand new hinges that matched perfectly in an antique shop. Lastly I added a new art nouveau style door knob.

Couldn't get a great picture with all the glare but pretty happy with the results. The stain I used had a poly included that matched the T207 backgrounds and their gloss pretty well.

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@ GoBuc: Thats a beauty of a Cobb (bat)...the bat versions are awaiting me too.
Thanks Chris! Love the colors on both the bat on and off.
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Fedex arrived today ... from the Leon Luckey Collection. Most expensive card I've ever cracked to put in my binder
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I picked up an old bookcase last year to use for my displaying my T207 collection. Someone had painted the inside pink then white most likely in the 1950s. They also painted over on the hinges as well.

I replaced the old "painted" shelves with plate glass. I was also extremely lucky to find brand new hinges that matched perfectly in an antique shop. Lastly I added a new art nouveau style door knob.

Couldn't get a great picture with all the glare but pretty happy with the results. The stain I used had a poly included that matched the T207 backgrounds and their gloss pretty well.

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That's pretty damn cool looking
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