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Old 09-22-2006, 11:34 PM
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Posted By: Ray

Hopefully I'm not breaking some kind of unwritten rule about starting a new pick-up thread...





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Old 09-23-2006, 09:13 AM
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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

Is that Grove recently graded? It looks exactly like the PSA 4 I had and sold a few years ago.

Very nice 4!

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Old 09-23-2006, 12:44 PM
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Posted By: Dan Bretta

Picked this up at the local antique mall for $39 yesterday. 1922 Eastern Exhibit Postcard.

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Old 09-23-2006, 02:06 PM
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Posted By: Zach Rice

I am proud to be able to post this piece. It is an 1888-1889 cabinet photograph done by Joseph Hall (the photographer of the famous team cabinets and many images in other card sets of the era). It is also the original image later used on Elmer Foster's N338-2 S.F. Hess and probably one of a kind. This one was well worth the five months of waiting.

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nice cabinet photo, that would have set me back a while from picking up anything else lol

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Posted By: barrysloate

Zach- that is the first time I have seen the back, and if I recall correctly Joseph Hall team cabinets list the studio at 50 Fulton Street. Yours says 111 Fulton, so sounds like sometime around 1888-89 they moved (or just had two locations).

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Posted By: John

Zach, what a nice item congrats!

A few of my new ones, really happy about the Herzog, Conroy & Downs some of the best images in the set I think. Love the catching pose on the Williams T207.





Thanks guys, the scanner I use is the HP 4890, I think its the best out there for the money, email and I will be glad to give you the highlights on how to get good scans with most scanners.
Also always put a black folder or something black behind the cards, it will bring out your corners and image vs. the white that most scanners have.

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Jeff - that Grove is a recent Ebay pick up. I'm looking for a PSA 5 but just had to get that one as a set filler because it's such a great looking 4 (and the price was decent).

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Posted By: Steve M.

Wonderful addition to my Maggert Collection. d311 Pacific Coast Biscuit



Sorry boss..........

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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

Nice T206's. What kind of scanner do you use - those images are perfect!

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