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Old 12-01-2017, 09:48 PM
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Erick: wow. Just wow...

I am almost embarrassed to post it after that Ruth cornucopia but another Marciano for me:

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Thanks Adam, that's a cool card there!
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I always thought it was interesting that Satchel Paige autographed with two “Ls” (i.e., “Satchell”) early in his career and changed over to one ”L” (i.e., “Satchel”) later. Looks like yours has two “Ls”.
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I picked this up recently, and have been wracking my brain trying to figure out what team this is. I hate going to you guys to figure things out, but after much searching I still can't figure this out. So many of the players look like someone I should know, but I just can't find a "for sure" answer. In the memorabilia forum, I had one response that the guy in the back row left looked like Frank Doyle, but the uniforms to me do not look like Roanoke. Also, what are the items the two players with the dogs have that are resting on their legs and under their arms? Any thoughts? Any help is much appreciated.
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Am not getting a glimmer of recognition from any of the faces. Cool postcard nonetheless. My guess, and it's only a guess, is that the mystery items are gun sleeves. The guy in the center looks like he could bench press Scott Brockelman.
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Am not getting a glimmer of recognition from any of the faces. Cool postcard nonetheless. My guess, and it's only a guess, is that the mystery items are gun sleeves. The guy in the center looks like he could bench press Scott Brockelman.
I could see them being gun sleeves, with the dogs they have, but why display the sleeves but no guns? I have never seen Scott, but that dude is stout. I would not go in on him with my spikes up.
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They used those sleeves to carry bats.
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Another 1948 Paige PC, No cancellation but he did date it and write the cool letter. (same postcard but back scanned smaller)
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This was posted in another thread but hadn't been posted here...1907 Jumbo Floral Horseshoe postcard.


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