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Old 12-03-2017, 08:15 AM
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Fantastic presentation jim!!! I was not familiar with the Lafond images those are so cool!!
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Jim, fantastic work there.

Kevin, thanks for that info.
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Great sleuthing, Jim. Thanks for the informative post

Kevin, thanks for the postmark information; you know where a lot of the bodies are buried in this hobby!

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Great research, Jim. And thanks to all of the contributors in this thread. It is appreciated by all. And some day 50 yrs down the road maybe someone will Google this subject and find it here .

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Such a great postcard. Love the way that he has his bat in one hand and glove in the other. He is definitely ready to play ball.
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Old 12-05-2017, 11:23 AM
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Such a great postcard. Love the way that he has his bat in one hand and glove in the other. He is definitely ready to play ball.
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That Detroit Seamless card is beautiful.
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It is apparent that the 1907 World Series, and the many popular Tiger sets it spawned, was a seminal event for baseball postcards of the Deadball Era. If Tiger mania hadn't swept Detroit that year would many of these sets, and many of the major sets (Rose, Novelty Cutlery, Sepia etc.) that followed followed in their wake in the next few years, even been issued?
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Jim, there is also a jumbo sized postcard of the floral horseshoe postcard pictured in the first post (without the extra print line). I was told that only 2 were known to exist and that one of them was in a museum in Detroit. I can post a picture later.
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Thank you for posting Jim. Wonder how many things are out there from 1905 and 1906 with Cobb. Glad to see all the known owners of Seamless Tube cards posted! Now its a party!

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