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Old 10-02-2014, 09:57 PM
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Yep, missing Osgood as well. I guess I have to admit that I am a dabbler. Actually I started it all by making a list of players from 1950-present and it got me so involved that I lost the will to do the 1949 and back list…yet. I figure most of those guys are gone already, so no harm in waiting a little longer to find them.

It is fascinating to find these pockets of toughies for what must seem like no good reason. i mean why would a guy who plays a handful of games be so reluctant to sign, especially if a few bucks could be made…but there are enough of them.

I know this is an older range thread, but I am still looking for reasonably priced autos of Robert Giallombardo and Noe Munoz (cards preferred for both, but I think both only have 1-2 cards to choose from), both still living, but obviously not prolific signers.
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Old 10-05-2014, 09:14 PM
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There's a 3x5 on e-bay right now, item #231154579278. Not a card but still.
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Old 10-07-2014, 08:05 AM
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Default 40's and 50's baseball autographs

Hey guys.....Just joined the group and have been collecting for 40 years. Been working on 1940's - 1970's for several years. Still need 24 from the 40's but "only" 11 from the 50's. If anyone can help, please let me know! We'll hit the '60's another time. Still need 32 there! Thanks! Adam

1940 - Charlie Frye, Morris "Red" Jones, Max Wilson
1942 - Dick Adkins
1943 - Connie Creeden
1944 - Steve Biras, John Fick, Bob Katz, Leon Riley, Clancy Smyres
1945 - Bill DeKoning, Ty LaForest, Ray Medieros, John Phillips, Lefty Scott
1946 - John Carden, Jim Hopper, Ted Pawelek
1947 - Sal Madrid
1948 - Dummy Lynch, Jerry McCarthy, Earl Turner
1949 - Ed Albrecht, Julio "Enrique" Gonzalez

1950 - Andy Varga
1951 - Eddie Gaedel
1952 - Bill Bell
1954 - Eric Rodin
1955 - Webbo Clarke, Bill Froats, Wence Gonzalez
1956 - Charlie Peete
1957 - Carl Powis
1958 - Gene "Lefty" Hayden, Marcelino Solis
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Old 10-07-2014, 08:49 AM
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Hey guys.....Just joined the group and have been collecting for 40 years. Been working on 1940's - 1970's for several years. Still need 24 from the 40's but "only" 11 from the 50's. If anyone can help, please let me know! We'll hit the '60's another time. Still need 32 there! Thanks! Adam

1940 - Charlie Frye, Morris "Red" Jones, Max Wilson
1942 - Dick Adkins
1943 - Connie Creeden
1944 - Steve Biras, John Fick, Bob Katz, Leon Riley, Clancy Smyres
1945 - Bill DeKoning, Ty LaForest, Ray Medieros, John Phillips, Lefty Scott
1946 - John Carden, Jim Hopper, Ted Pawelek
1947 - Sal Madrid
1948 - Dummy Lynch, Jerry McCarthy, Earl Turner
1949 - Ed Albrecht, Julio "Enrique" Gonzalez

1950 - Andy Varga
1951 - Eddie Gaedel
1952 - Bill Bell
1954 - Eric Rodin
1955 - Webbo Clarke, Bill Froats, Wence Gonzalez
1956 - Charlie Peete
1957 - Carl Powis
1958 - Gene "Lefty" Hayden, Marcelino Solis
Welcome! Nice to finally have you on the board, Adam!
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Old 10-07-2014, 10:26 AM
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Thank you. I have seen that one. That seller has had a few listed over time. I guess despite the apparent scarcity (or lack of interest) for Munoz, I am not ready to pay that for his signature, at least not on a 3x5..

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There's a 3x5 on e-bay right now, item #231154579278. Not a card but still.
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Old 02-25-2017, 09:36 PM
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Thought I would revive this as it is always an interesting subject. I ended up getting both Giallombardo and Munoz, but never did get Osgood.
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Old 02-25-2017, 09:49 PM
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Thought I would revive this as it is always an interesting subject. I ended up getting both Giallombardo and Munoz, but never did get Osgood.
Thanks! This is a great thread. Does anyone know how tough of an autograph Herb Crompton is (1945 Yankees)?
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Old 02-25-2017, 10:33 PM
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I discovered that I have a Wimpy Quinn autograph. He played in the 1945 Navy All-Star game which is where this ball is from. Here's a pic if anyone is interested and thanks to the OP for putting together the list.
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Old 02-26-2017, 01:43 AM
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who are the toughest from the 60's?
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Sorry for reviving such an old thread, however I'm interested in getting some sort of estimated value for a Woody Crowson signature.

The signature is on a 4x6 index card with a typed title “Philadelphia Athletics of 1945” and includes the signature of Woody Crowson, who played 1 game in the big leagues and passed away at the age of 28.

This card was obtained by my father who was an autograph collector from the early 1940’s until is death in 1994. He was a member of the press in the 1940’s & 1950’s in the Seattle area, and one of the original contributors to “Sports Condensed News”, which I believe is one of the first publications to feature articles on memorabilia collecting.

This card has never been sold, owned by another dealer, or offered for sale.

My father was good friends with fellow Seattle area autograph collector Ralph Winnie. As a kid in the early 1980’s I remember Ralph pestering my dad for one particular autograph, I can’t remember if this was the item of interest.

There are total of 31 signatures on the card. Some of the other signatures of interest are:
Frankie Hayes – 6 time all star who died in 1955 at age 40
Russ Christopher – an All Star who died in 1954 at age 37
Don Black – an All Star who died in 1959 at age 42
Connie Mack – manager, deceased 1956
Al Simmons – coach, deceased 1956

Appreciate any help, Dave
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