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Old 11-22-2019, 09:54 PM
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Post a graded vintage card that no one else has. Any player, but the only one for its grade on the combined pop charts.
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Old 11-22-2019, 10:06 PM
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I'm sure I have a one with a qualifier that is the only one for its' grade. Does that count? 😴
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This could be a great thread. I will post more later/tmrw, but I am almost positive this is a 1 of 1 - e92 wagner batting with a menagerie back
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It's ugly, but it's the only one graded by PSA.

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Old 11-22-2019, 10:17 PM
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Could be a 1 with a qualifier or a 10... just needs to be the only card on the combined pop charts for its grade. Common or HOF player.

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As of today, these two T206's are one of a kind. Perhaps, eventually 2nds will be discovered.


This McGraw card was acquired circa 1980 at the Philly Show in Willow Grove.


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This Herzog was acquired in the 1990's in North Carolina.


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Amazing cards, Ted. I love that you never got the Herzog graded. Old school!
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Old 11-22-2019, 11:27 PM
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Amazing cards, Ted. I love that you never got the Herzog graded. Old school!

Thanks, Jack.

I am "old school"....I'm not a fan of graded cards; however, that's my old scan of Herzog.

Sorry, to disappoint you but I did get this card graded.


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Old 11-23-2019, 01:09 AM
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I could not choose.......both are unique in that they are the only slabbed signed exemplars on the planet!

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The Blue background blank back Mordecai Brown is one of a kind.
The Dawn of the Dead cards I made myself and had George Romero sign quite a few so these are one of a kind as well
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Only Greiner's Speaker & McGraw known...

Got 'em in the early 1990s from a Coin Dealer. Finding these 2 cards ultimately led me to becoming a NET54 Member. Now if I could only find THAT dealer who still had a small stack of Greiner's...

We could NOT agree on a price as they were not in "The Guide", so he would only sell me a couple of cards...
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Wow, that's pretty unique / cool! Love it.

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Wow, that's pretty unique / cool! Love it.
Thanks, in an effort to stop promoting slabs, I’m trying to post card pics only without the slab or label, and instead include a hyperlink for those who want to see the certificate of authenticity.

Here’s a PSA/DNA 1-of-1, that links to the PSA website page showing the population report for this unique card if you click the image.



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Only thing missing on the large, most likely one of one in the world Tattoo Orbit Martin, is all that expertly sealed extraneous plastic .

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blank back 33 Goudey Ruth
highest graded Schapira HomeRun
highest graded Fro Joy portrait
only Fro joy premium ever slabbed
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Interesting topic. I have a bunch of single graded T206's so I'll only list a card that's unique across all TPG's and all grades. My BVG graded T206 Lajoie "No Print"
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1904 Eastern League Champions (the year that the Major League World Series was NOT played).

I acquired this gem in Cooperstown in 1991. I have been searching for 28 years for another one.
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The only t213-3 OP Donlin I'm aware of.
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I have the only 2 known t216 blank back Dots Miller w/gloves...so technically I could destroy 1 of them...and there'd be only 1!!!
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This Ping Bodie E122 has never been graded by PSA or SCG
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1910 PC796 Sepia Postcards Sam Crawford PSA 2. This is the only PC796 Sam Crawford that PSA has graded.


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The highest graded examples of each that exist.


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I forgot this interesting Babe Ruth card..... only 2 total on the PSA pop chart in any grade!!!
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There is definitely 1 raw of this card, but this is the only graded.

Fascinating how few T206s we've seen thusfar! I have a couple raw T206s with a graded pop of 1, but that's backwards from the request!
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I believe this is the one of one known.
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..R314 -- "Wide Pens Premiums" ... the "T" on Mooty's cap is for Toronto....He made it into the major leagues ; played for the Chicago Cubs for a few years...he appears on a late forties Bowman card back when they issued a short run of Pacific Coast players which , if you can find one , will cost you a fortune. We're talkin' Leon money here....

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PSA has the population of Drum Dessau at 0, so I guess this is a 1/0 ?
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This is the only one listed for any grade in the combined pop reports:
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I hold a E92 Chase blank backed PSA7, highest graded, which is identified on the flip as a Crofts Candy. How did the grader decide on Crofts Candy with a blank backed card?
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that's quite comical!
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I hold a E92 Chase blank backed PSA7, highest graded, which is identified on the flip as a Crofts Candy. How did the grader decide on Crofts Candy with a blank backed card?

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I have the only 2 known t216 blank back Dots Miller w/gloves...so technically I could destroy 1 of them...and there'd be only 1!!!
I never get tired of seeing the Dots collection.

I like one of one known of the whole series...let alone each card.

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I never get tired of seeing the Dots collection.

I like one of one known of the whole series...let alone each card.

thx leon...that's a toughie! Likely unaltered!
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The E92 Wagner Batting with menagerie back (a total error) that I posted earlier in the thread sits in a flip calling it a Dockman and Sons. Why is that a Dockman, and not a Crofts or Nadja, etc.? I guess they have to call it somethin so they pick one.
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One of two known as-issued R340 Sport Kings premiums:



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I have never seen another one like this in all my years of collecting.....1920s Ruth blanket -
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Here is one that qualifies from my collection:

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Back at you, Brian:


technically, this same card is on the pop report twice because a previous owner re-submitted a PSA-6 and got a '5' back.

I was able to purchase it for half what he paid...ooops!

It will be MY '5' of 'Big Six' as long as I'm still here.

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