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Old 11-12-2017, 10:55 PM
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well like Jay said it's impossible to pick but this one will always be near the top
Wow. You went right for the jugular. That card is at the top of so many want lists.
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Beautiful card Craig!
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Old 11-12-2017, 11:35 PM
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The big boys finally came out to play!! Glad this thread got bumped!!
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Old 11-14-2017, 02:38 AM
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Incredible w600 Cobb. How many known?
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Thanks guys,
lot of amazing items in this thread.
Jay, love your n173s. I really enjoy collecting and seeing the tough items you don't see every day
Big Ed and little Ed (n172 and n173)
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Big Tris and little Tris (Horner cab and m116) not to scale!
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Craig - love the Horner of Speaker. I always wondered where that was buried.

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It's been a while since I visited the page, and even longer since I last posted. Nice to see some familiar names are still here.

Attached are my 5 favorite:

Baseball cards from my collection (all sold years ago)

Boxing cards from my collection (still have the Newsboy, N150, and Romeo). The Newsboy Sullivan is the only known example.

Hockey cards from my collection (still own them all).

None of the cards are sized to scale.
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Unbelievably great items, everyone. Sensory overload.

Being a lifelong Seattle resident, and avid Seattle collector, I thought I'd show five....okay seven.... of my favorite Seattle baseball items.

1. 1890 leather encased season pass. This was the first professional team in Seattle, the "Seattles" of the Pacific Northwest League. The pass was issued to Samuel Crawford, who was a founder of the first real organized baseball team in Seattle, the 1870s Seattle Alkis.

2. 1903 Seattle Siwashes, cabinet photo, Pacific Coast League. First year of the PCL.

3. 1907 Seattle Siwashes Northwestern League program cover. Love the graphics on this one.

4. 1909 Seattle Turks, Northwestern League championship watch fob. First professional baseball championship team in Seattle.

5. 1939 Seattle Rainiers championship ring. First pennant for the Rainiers, and first of three consecutive.

6. Sculpted plaque of legendary Seattle Rainiers and PCL manager Jack Lelivelt by famed local sculptor Alonzo Victor Lewis. Was displayed at Sicks Stadium, along with plaques of Emil Sick and DE Dugdale.

7. Actual second base from Sicks Stadium, painted by Seattle PI Artist Stu Moldrem, and presented to Tommy Harper on Tommy Harper night in August, 1969.
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