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Old 09-06-2017, 05:01 PM
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Its not pretty nor was it cheap. However, I am happy to have finally completed my Series 4 set with this pickup! I had been stuck on 48/49 for almost two years until this one popped up. Thank you David!
Congrats Jason! It seems like only yesterday that you began collecting T210s! Hope you don't mind my asking, but how many of the eight T210 series have you now completed?
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Old 09-06-2017, 08:38 PM
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Its not pretty nor was it cheap. However, I am happy to have finally completed my Series 4 set with this pickup! I had been stuck on 48/49 for almost two years until this one popped up. Thank you David!
Very nice Jason, completing a full Series is worthy of its own thread. Congrats!
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Congrats Jason! It seems like only yesterday that you began collecting T210s! Hope you don't mind my asking, but how many of the eight T210 series have you now completed?
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Very nice Jason, completing a full Series is worthy of its own thread. Congrats!
A big +1 on both posts. Start a new thread us fellow T210 collectors can drool over.
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Old 09-06-2017, 08:43 PM
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Default Bill Carrigan T204 Ramly

Picked up this nice Bill Carrigan T204 Ramly today.

Thanks to Don H.

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Wow that Horner is amazing! The clarity on those is just jaw dropping. Love the hair with the parting down the middle.

From the same time period....Here's an item that after extensive research have not seen another (would be very interested to know if anyone else has). Didn't even see one in the Dreier collection. Measuring 2'9" x 13" x 9.5" this Cracker Jack crate was used to ship 100 cartons from the Rueckheim Bros. & Eckstein factory in Chicago. Stamped on the top "C.F. Narhold Co Cleveland" and "Neumeyer & Beach C-O Park Chippewa Lake OH" both candy manufacturers and creameries and were likely business destinations for the sweet confections during the life of the crate. I believe these crates were used to deliver the cartons and possibly unloaded and brought back to the factory to re-use. The wood is very light weight which makes it even more remarkable that this survived 100+ years. On all sides you have red and black writing that is has been stamped into the wood. The metal hinges are functional but missing some screws and both hinges and screws look old to the period. Would love to know if anyone knows anything more about these crates!
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AJ, that is fantastic. Goes well with your original CJ box too. What a unique and beautiful item. Congrats man.

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Thanks Orlando!
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Nice AJ!

That sure is a lot of packaging for a single cardboard box of Cracker Jacks -- maybe the shipper now works for Christies?

Seriously though, that is a great display you have.
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Wow that Horner is amazing! The clarity on those is just jaw dropping. Love the hair with the parting down the middle.

From the same time period....Here's an item that after extensive research have not seen another (would be very interested to know if anyone else has). Didn't even see one in the Dreier collection. Measuring 2'9" x 13" x 9.5" this Cracker Jack crate was used to ship 100 cartons from the Rueckheim Bros. & Eckstein factory in Chicago. Stamped on the top "C.F. Narhold Co Cleveland" and "Neumeyer & Beach C-O Park Chippewa Lake OH" both candy manufacturers and creameries and were likely business destinations for the sweet confections during the life of the crate. I believe these crates were used to deliver the cartons and possibly unloaded and brought back to the factory to re-use. The wood is very light weight which makes it even more remarkable that this survived 100+ years. On all sides you have red and black writing that is has been stamped into the wood. The metal hinges are functional but missing some screws and both hinges and screws look old to the period. Would love to know if anyone knows anything more about these crates!
I wonder if I can find anything out about these. My fiancee is from Seville, OH, which is right next to Chippewa Lake. In fact it's a 2 minute drive from her house to the actual Chippewa Lake, which used to be a booming lake with an amusement park and everything. Her family has lived in that area for A LONG time.

Excellent, excellent pickup.
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