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Old 11-03-2017, 12:09 PM
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Sorry, I should have put these all in one post, but my mind is running slow today. I need some more coffee....
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Old 11-03-2017, 12:33 PM
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Old 11-03-2017, 12:56 PM
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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
Oops!!! I spoke too quickly...so crofts candy reds definitely DO stand out as tougher than just about any other back of that type. Then we're getting to pops close to 100 at minimum it seems. Yes there was that sale of 96 pirates...i'd guess the pop to be somewhere around 200 or so.(likely less)

I suppose if we are talking toughest backs of tcard sized cards...pre wwI mainly, then these issues need to be in the mix.

e92 crofts candy red
t216 VE
T215 Pirate
T215 Red Cross both types
T213 Type I
t214 victory
Clement Bros
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ty cobb/cobb back because its not a t206.

what have I missed?

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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?
Yes, my Pirate back is one of the group of five that were sold by REA in 2013. I checked at the time, and as I recall there were a total of 13 Pirate backs graded by PSA and SGC combined, not counting the set of 96. If you know of two ungraded cards, that totals 111 Pirates.
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Hey Ryan

Here's the link to my 1st thread regarding the "PIRATE" set...... http://www.net54baseball.com/showthr...08#post1057208


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Old 11-03-2017, 04:31 PM
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Thanks Ted. And if Pete's list is reasonably correct, seems the t206 Browm OM, ty Cobb back, brown Lenox and the 213-3 overprint should be before the t216s?
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E104-3s with Nadja backs are rare......had these once.....Jerry
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Thanks Ted. And if Pete's list is reasonably correct, seems the t206 Browm OM, ty Cobb back, brown Lenox and the 213-3 overprint should be before the t216s?
if you're including t206...yes I agree...and as jerry says...e104-3's are very low in pop.
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Perfect, and now we are getting somewhere. That's what I was really hoping to do, if not done already, is get a list - in some semblance of rank- that includes t206s (bc how can you exclude t206 from a discussion of backs) - of the ten or so toughest T-card (and I guess E-card) backs.
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How about a T206 Honus Wagner with a Piedmont back?
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