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Old 12-06-2017, 07:50 AM
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I'd love to see a picture of the jumbo floral horseshoe postcard!

Also, I saw that LOTG just sold a Tiger team RPPC with that pose postmarked September 8, 1907, so the team photo was from a little earlier than I thought.

JC, I'm glad to host the party, I just wish I belonged to that club!
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Old 12-06-2017, 10:53 AM
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Makes sense that the litho team postcards were produced after the real-photo one. Nice catch Jim.
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JC, I'm glad to host the party, I just wish I belonged to that club![/quote]

Im with you Jim. There is hope we will both have a chance to acquire one in the future. 4 cards have been discovered over the last four years making the population 6 now. Hopefully 2018 will bring yet another new one to add to the low population.
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Jim,

Here is the Jumbo Floral Horseshoe postcard I mentioned earlier...


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They must have had huge mailboxes in 1907.
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Terrific oversize floral horseshoe! What is the back story on it?
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I can't see the oversized photo ! Now I see it. Great photo, thanks for posting. Love Detroit items.
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They must have had huge mailboxes in 1907.
LOL. That is a great PC....
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If anyone can find a type one of that photo I'm all in.
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