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Old 07-18-2020, 09:53 AM
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Outstanding collection. Thanks for sharing. Havent seen many of those before. Very cool!
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Old 07-18-2020, 01:35 PM
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Outstanding collection. Thanks for sharing. Havent seen many of those before. Very cool!
Thank you sir. The fun part for me is that I haven't seen any of them before either!
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Old 07-20-2020, 05:14 PM
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Wow these are just fantastic. I went through a part of it through my lunch break from work.... really enjoyed seeing them!

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Old 07-21-2020, 04:05 PM
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Default #1,157 - Pee Wee Reese

It's a big day for my collection, first up the DC version of Pee Wee Reese...
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Old 07-21-2020, 07:57 PM
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Default #1,158 - George Sisler

There are two photos for George Sisler, and I have both of them, but one of them didn't have a photo credit, and now I have a version with a Conlon credit.
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Old 07-21-2020, 08:12 PM
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Default #1,170 - Clem Labine

I'll skip the other 11 new ones I picked up that are just different variations of the captions, they will be on my flickr site soon, but this is my last new one today, and it's pretty cool.

The SCD catalog lists Clem Labine as having two supplements, one issued in 1952 and the other issued in 1957 (which would have a DC credit).

Based on this, I had assumed the picture that I have with him in his stretch would date to 1952, due to the New York credit, and I have been looking for his DC issue.

But, today I received a supplement picturing him in his follow thru with a New York credit, so I have added a third Clem Labine supplement to the catalog that Alan and I have put together based on our own lists and the SCD (currently listing 1,257 different m113 / m114s), while still looking for the DC release.
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Awesome new additions, Doug. Looks like you have a nice hot streak going on! Keep it up!
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Default #1,172 - Rizzuto - double L version

There are two different Phil Rizzuto m114 photos (a portrait and an action shot), and all issues (that I am aware of) use his full first name.

I have 5 caption variations of the action shot where Philip is spelled with one "L", and today I received my second caption version of the two "L" Phillip.

The portrait version is spelled with one "L" and I am aware of only one caption.

The hunt continues...

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Old 09-02-2020, 06:36 PM
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Default #1,185 - 1,187 - 3 new DC supplements

Big mail day for me today.

I received three new 8 1/2 X 11 inch DC issued supplements that I previously hadn't seen :

Johnny Kucks
Rip Repulski
Bob Rush

These were all listed in the catalog.
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Default #1200

It's somehow fitting, even though we aren't related, that Baseball Magazine supplement #1200 in my collection is a caption variation of Bill Goodman.
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Old 12-23-2020, 12:38 AM
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With thanks to a board member, a variation of the m113 Joe Jackson
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Old 12-31-2020, 07:34 PM
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Default m114 #1215 & #1216

The mailman ended my year with these ebay buys.

A third variation of each of the 1946 Cards and Red Sox teams.
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Default Fantastic!

What a great way to end your collecting year. Congrats on some nice variation pickups!
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Old 01-04-2021, 01:09 PM
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Default m114 #1,217

The mailman started my year with this ebay buy.

A third variation of the New York version Wagner.
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Old 01-14-2021, 06:08 PM
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From ebay, a new "Home Run" Baker m113
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Old 01-25-2021, 09:41 PM
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Default #1222

I picked up a new caption version (#5) of the Musial swinging a bat m114.

Only problem is, it's "autographed".

I'm not really an autograph guy, and much prefer if this m114 wasn't written on, because the signature doesn't look right to me, do you any of you guys have an opinion?

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Old 01-30-2021, 12:27 PM
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Default #1,227 !!!!

HUGE mail day today!

I met a guy on ebay (sounds like the Kinks song, but his name wasn't Lola)..,

Traded some m101-1 supplements for these :

1914 Cubs (20 X 13)
1915 Phillies (22 X 14)
1914 Tigers (18 1/2 X 13 1/2)
1914 Yankees (20 X 12)

He had picked them up in a recent Heritage auction (which I had somehow missed, and where I stole the scans from).

These things are f'n spectacularly beautiful.
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Those are great Doug. Congrats!

I love the M101-1s, I never see them mentioned on the board except by me (and now you!).
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Great pick ips Doug. Always loved Baseball Magazine teams and they hardly ever turn up.
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Ive enjoyed going through this thread from time to time and now considering jumping in.

What is the best way to store these? What sleeves, if any do you recommend?

Thanks,

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Old 02-03-2021, 10:37 PM
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All of mine are in Itoya presentation books.

https://itoya.com/products/presentat...-art-profolio/

9 X 12 for the m114s

18 X 24 for the m113s
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Miss Donahue is also pictured in the 1929 Chicago tribune supplement.
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https://itoya.com/products/presentat...-art-profolio/

9 X 12 for the m114s

18 X 24 for the m113s
Thanks Doug!
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Old 02-05-2021, 12:10 AM
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Miss Donahue is also pictured in the 1929 Chicago tribune supplement.
The thing that always seemed a bit weird to me about that is that they are different pictures, but the look to have been taken during the same "shoot".

Note the placement of coach Jimmy Burke's hands (middle row far left) and the direction that Chick Tolson is looking (second from right, front row).
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Amazing collection Doug, Do you by chance have a pic of an offering or coupon page used to obtain these posters?

Thanks, Bob
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Old 02-14-2021, 10:09 PM
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Thanks, Bob
Sorry, I do not. I have contemplated going through my Baseball Magazine collection to find all the ads and figure out if I can improve on the "catalog" but I haven't ever gotten around to it.

My offer to you for m113s is still open...

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Wow!! Good stuff. Will have to look what I have burried away frm the old Hunt and Lipset auctions from decades ago.
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Old 02-15-2021, 04:40 PM
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Do you by chance have a pic of an offering or coupon page used to obtain these posters?

Thanks, Bob
After Bob's question, I have done some digging and have started a new thread to discuss it :

https://www.net54baseball.com/showth...04#post2069004
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Old 02-26-2021, 02:14 PM
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With special thanks to Wheatland Auctions and to Uncle Jimmy, I received two new team variations in the mail today.

Doug
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Picked up a font variation on the first of the three different Mantle photos used in the m114 set from ebay last week. Bummed that I missed out on a Cobb from the same seller. Oh well, on with the hunt...
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Wow, what an amazing collection. Doug, I hope you never decide to break it up. No way it could ever be duplicated.
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Wow, what an amazing collection. Doug, I hope you never decide to break it up. No way it could ever be duplicated.
Thank you Mark.

Few things in this world are certain, like the sun will always rise in the east, and set in the west, and if my Baseball Supplement collection ever leaves my possession it will be as a single grouping.

Or, maybe, via a fire in my driveway if the lovely wife gets REALLY pissed at me...

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With special thanks to board member Jacklitsch and the BST, I added my 82nd m113 today.

The second version of Johnny Evers that was issued, I'm unsure of the year, but probably between 1911 and 1913.
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With special thanks to board member Jacklitsch and the BST, I added my 82nd m113 today.

The second version of Johnny Evers that was issued, I'm unsure of the year, but probably between 1911 and 1913.
That's a 1913 uniform.
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Old 04-08-2021, 06:28 PM
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That's a 1913 uniform.
Thank you very much, sir.

And since he played for the Braves in 1914, I think we can now safely call it a 1913, or possibly early 1914, issue.

There was a second Cobb m114 announced in the Dec 1913 issue of the magazine, and in January 1914 there were posters announced for Lavender, Cheney & Schulte in the same Cubs uniform. No specific mention of Evers, but as he had more individual ads in the magazine regarding his poster than any other player thru that point, and since Cobb had been the first poster advertised (starting in August 1908) it would make sense that they would be the first two in need of a new poster.

The last ad for both the original Cobb and Evers posters looks to be in Nov 1913.

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Default Story of Number 19

You may have seen this, but it's a fascinating story (to me, at least) of where and when the Musial photo was taken. Baseball Reference dot com shows 6 as the only number he ever wore in the majors, which this story confirms, but takes it one step further.

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Thank you for that Mark, very interesting.

And as long as this thread is being bumped, here is supplement #1,272 in my never ending quest...

Doug

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Doug came across this in my closet. I saw another 1925 Senators team on ebay but this one is not the same photo if you need it just pm me your address.

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Thank you Jonathan, that would be very kind of you, but I will turn you down because I already have that one. I I consider yours to be a 1926 issue (because it notes the team as 1925 World Champions), the 1925 issue (which is probably the one you saw on ebay) is this one :
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A great thread and a fantastic collection Doug.

I've recently picked up my first M114s. I love them, but I'm curious how you tell which year the M114 dates to if the player appears in multiple M114 issues?
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Wow, great collection. I love these even more the more I look at them. And even more to add to my list of Schoendienst items needed. Are any for sale?
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I got rid of my duplicates during the zombie apocalypse, sorry.
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Old 03-01-2022, 06:56 PM
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A great thread and a fantastic collection Doug.

I've recently picked up my first M114s. I love them, but I'm curious how you tell which year the M114 dates to if the player appears in multiple M114 issues?
Thank you.

There is no clear cut way to date the issue (so far) besides using what is listed in the catalog, and inferring dates from the details of the pictures used (uniform types, etc.).

Based on my incomplete and ongoing study / exploration of M113 release dates, using advertisements from Baseball Magazine, I know that the standard catalog is often wrong with them, and I am confident that it will be even more wrong with the M114 issues, once I dive into those ads.

Doug


PS - here is my most recent addition : caption version #6 of Phil Cavarretta, #1,272 in my m113 / m114 collection
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For those who are curious, here are the Cavarretta caption differences

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Not for me. I snagged most of them (after another collector purchased the entire lot, kept the best-condition pieces for himself, and sold the rest to me for a very reasonable price).

I have about 130 different ones on ebay right now.

Hoping to find some this year at the National...
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Old 03-07-2022, 01:28 PM
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I bought a new Ruth caption variation on ebay yesterday, I'll post pix when it arrives.

This will be my 22nd different Ruth m114 (involving 7 different photos)
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Default m113 / m113 #1,274

My new Yoggi Berra, and below it is a comparison of the four Berra m114 issues that I am aware of.
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Old 03-25-2022, 09:14 PM
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Added another Joe Medwick m114 today. I now have 7 different using 3 different pictures.

First photo is the new one. Second photo are all 7 supplements, highlighting the differences. Third photo are the 4 caption versions of the one I got today.

Alan Kleinberger and I have now cataloged 1,350 different m113 & m114 issues (it's possible that same of them don't exist), this is the 1,275th that I have.
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Old 05-16-2022, 10:18 PM
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It's been an eventful last month.

I finally got the Fred Lindstrom that I have been close to a couple of times, but never managed to snag (from sellers who probably still haven't sold).

I added a Billy Terry with a photo that neither myself or Alan Kleinberger knew existed.

And, I snagged the 1912 Giants team that the catalog said existed, but I hadn't previously found proof of. Due to it being matted, I wasn't sure how much it may have been trimmed when I bought it, I was concerned that some of the caption may have been gone, but once I received it, and removed the matting, it's all there.

I've also added a few font variations.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/douggoodman/

I'm up to 1,282 different m113 and m114 issues.

Doug

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