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Old 05-16-2021, 08:03 PM
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That looks like it could be "career ending", or at least end the catchers chance of having kids.
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That's Cobb's version of "take a knee".
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This is one of the most impressive and visually breathtaking accomplishments I've ever seen in the hobby. Amazing! Cooperstown would be lucky to have a collection like this on display. And sign me up for a print too if you ever decide to have them made, I'll make the wall space for it
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Old 05-28-2021, 09:18 PM
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Incredible Joe! Amazing back run! I got in mail today a Cobbie Name on Top Polar Bear Back! Just wanted to share! Your collection is amazing!

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Hi Jamie

I said this to you before at the National....and, I'll say it again here....ABSOLUTELY AMAZING !


Now, I'm pretty certain that the T215 "PIRATE" set does not have a red Cobb.
In fact, I do not think there is any Cobb in this set of 96-subjects.
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The only Cobb still missing is a Cobb proof, does it exist at all?
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Always comeback to this thread to gawk at the awesomeness! I could only imagine the sense of accomplishment you feel for having achieved this set. Glad to see you continuing to build on it. This is truly museum worthy.
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Holy shit!
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The only Cobb still missing is a Cobb proof, does it exist at all?
There isn't one known, at least not at this time.
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There's at least one upside down back. That would look nice in Jamie's collection.

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"...life is much more successfully looked at from a single window, after all."

F. Scott Fitzgerald
Is there a known T206 red Cobb with an F. Scott Fitzgerald back stamp? Wish me luck at auction, gang. I don't even know which cards to go for.
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There isn't one known, at least not at this time.

I was told there's a Cobb missing color(s) card out there, but wasn't sure it was just an orange background Cobb or what colors were missing. Or it was just the one missing the glossy finish.

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I was told there's a Cobb missing color(s) card out there, but wasn't sure it was just an orange background Cobb or what colors were missing. Or it was just the one missing the glossy finish.
I'm aware of a faded red Cobb, but that's all.
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Old 06-14-2021, 09:25 AM
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Is there a known T206 red Cobb with an F. Scott Fitzgerald back stamp? Wish me luck at auction, gang. I don't even know which cards to go for.
Well from your post, I would suggest one of the Coupons or the Victory.
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Not a T206, but, seller notwithstanding, I thought this was not a bad buy. Perfect grade, interesting backstory. I thought it would go for more.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/22448477495...p2047675.l2557
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Not a T206, but, seller notwithstanding, I thought this was not a bad buy. Perfect grade, interesting backstory. I thought it would go for more.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/22448477495...p2047675.l2557

PWCC is a name you can trust. LOL that's why it sold at that price.
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PWCC is a name you can trust. LOL that's why it sold at that price.
In a day when mid grade 48 Leaf Robinsons are selling for $20K, 50K for that card seemed reasonable.
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