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Old 01-27-2011, 08:33 AM
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I'll pile on here. Thanks Ted for all your hard work!
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Thanks Ted. This is a big help to everyone interested in the subject. I still fall into that other category that doesn't believe the Coupons and Red Cross's are T206s, but we can continue that debate into eternity. I am going to have Brian put this thread into the Archives for perpetuity. That way it will always just be a click or two away. Great work my friend. I look forward to seeing you in a few months at the Oaks show. regards
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:26 AM
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The intent of this thread is threefold......

1....Quick and easy access to the most up-to-date info regarding the legitimate front/back combos of the various T-brands
with respect to "THE MONSTER".

2....A fast reference for collectors, who are searching for certain players as a function of their T206 backs.

3....And hopefully, prevent the big $$$$ purchases of fake T206's that have been "re-fronted' (others say "re-backed")....,
as has occurred in the past 12 years.


The PIEDMONT (Factory #25), the SOVEREIGN, and the SWEET CAPORAL (Factory #30) lists are 100 % complete.

All the other T-brand lists are still a work in progress, and are approaching their completion. Therefore, any new inputs from
you are greatly appreciated......THANKS again.


Leon

Entering this thread in the ARCHIVES is fine. Perhaps, sticking it at the top of the daily list for a week is a good idea, too.
Just a suggestion.


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Old 01-27-2011, 11:43 AM
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Many thanks Ted,

This in and of itself should be considered a major reference in regards to the matrix of T206's.

For the record I fall into including T213-1 and 215-1 as part of this comprehensive production. If one did not have knowledge of
Burdick's guide, and laid them out as you have in the scan of backs you would absolutely believe them to be part of the family.
As I see it, 1/3 of us agree with you and I with respect to the 1910 COUPON cards and the 1910-12 RED CROSS cards being included
in The Monster's family. Another 1/3 disagree with this premise. Another 1/3 could care less. And then, there is Leon, who apparently
is quite "dogmatic" when it comes to Burdick's sportscards classifications. I do not think we'll convince him, otherwise. That's his opine
and that's just peachy fine.


Regards, and thanks for the nice words,

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Old 01-27-2011, 12:37 PM
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Ted,

Agreed. While Burdick's work was certainly monumental in the early cataloging of cards, he certainly was helter skelter as to designations.

If the 1/3 that disagree with the inclusion of T213-1 and T215-1, I ask why don't we have Sovereign Type 1&2, American Beauty 1&2, Piedmont, Sweet Cap, Broadleaf, Hindu, etc. ALL appeared in "T206" and later in T205.

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Fantastic job Ted!

I, for one, am very appreciative of the work you have done & the help you have given me personally over the last couple of yrs since my 1st purchase of T206's!

THANK YOU!
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Wow, nice job Ted. Thanks!
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Ted you need to put a book together all your hard work and research is ready to press !!!
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Ted you need to put a book together all your hard work and research is ready to press !!!
Reserve a copy for me!
Thanks for all this information.
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Ted, I really appreciate the effort it takes for a project such as this. Thanks for sharing it with us. Mike Ellis
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