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Old 11-03-2017, 11:06 AM
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Since we're talking about non T206 rare backs
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Old 11-03-2017, 11:07 AM
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I'll throw these in for this discussion......


T208 Philadelphia A's Fireside


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Those are incorrect. These are my estimates of the populations of those issues.

Red Croft's: 14
T216 VE: 80
Pirates: 105
Tango Eggs: 400
96 Pirates cards were sold at once. You think there are only another 9 in the hobby?
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96 Pirates cards were sold at once. You think there are only another 9 in the hobby?
Thats perhaps a different thread, but a question I am most interested in -- aside from the 96, how many other T215 Pirates are there? My chance was sold with 4 others a while back, and I know of an ungraded Pelty and an ungraded Meyers (split picture on front). I believe Sean C has one, but i dont know if its one of the 5 sold in 2013.

Ted, do you have a running list of T215 Pirates? Maybe we can start one?
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96 Pirates cards were sold at once. You think there are only another 9 in the hobby?
That's my guess, yes. Perhaps I'm way off, but I think that's pretty close. I'm betting that there won't be another "find" of course.
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Thats perhaps a different thread, but a question I am most interested in -- aside from the 96, how many other T215 Pirates are there? My chance was sold with 4 others a while back, and I know of an ungraded Pelty and an ungraded Meyers (split picture on front). I believe Sean C has one, but i dont know if its one of the 5 sold in 2013.

Ted, do you have a running list of T215 Pirates? Maybe we can start one?

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I have posted two threads on the "Pirate" cards.

Check-out this thread...... Comparison of checklists for T215-1 RED CROSS set vs "PIRATE" set

http://www.net54baseball.com/showthr...T215+red+cross


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Thank you sir!!
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I think this is a pretty rare back.
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Old 11-03-2017, 12:04 PM
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And these backs are rare, though the card itself is more interesting than the back (not mine, I just lifted the image from HA).
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