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Old 01-30-2019, 05:21 AM
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Dave's 1921 cobb exhibit on the BST right now would be a great first vintage cobb for less than $500!
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Dave's 1921 cobb exhibit on the BST right now would be a great first vintage cobb for less than $500!
I was thinking the same thing Pete, that`s a nice card. It doesn`t quite fit the topic but for me the best looking Ted Williams "48" Leaf for under 1 K sounds good. Always liked that card. Another choice Cy Young E-90, it would mostly likely be trimmed but still a nice looking example could be had for about 1 K. Cool topic.........
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Old 01-30-2019, 06:32 AM
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I love the leaf williams and the e90-1 young(boston) too...and both are in my collection.

Truth is there are a plethora of nice cobbs on ebay for $1000 or less...Caramels...Tobaccos, etc...cards that were $500 cards a few years ago...$1000+ now! Get em while they're only $1000.
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I was thinking the same thing Pete, that`s a nice card. It doesn`t quite fit the topic but for me the best looking Ted Williams "48" Leaf for under 1 K sounds good. Always liked that card. Another choice Cy Young E-90, it would mostly likely be trimmed but still a nice looking example could be had for about 1 K. Cool topic.........
If you look hard and long you can still find an E90-1 Young portrait, not trimmed and fairly decent, in the 1k range. Not sure how much longer that will happen as it's a really nice portrait of a name no one will ever forget because of the award.
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problem with this card/pose is I don't think you can find a recognizable example for $1000 anymore?
My condition requirements aren't that high.
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As points of reference, an e101 cobb in a BVG A holder (trimmed with good eye appeal) sold in both July and October 2018 for less than $700 both times. I also bought an SGC 1.5 E90-1 Young for less than $500 last month (granted, it has paper loss and crease on the front, but still)

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Can you get that for a grand?
The one I consigned brought $431
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Going through the suggestions in this thread, I realized that I had a lot of the cards being suggested... E95 Wagner, T206 Cobbs, 1933 G Ruth and Gehrig, 1934 G Gehrig, 1939 PB DiMaggio, 1941 PB Ted Williams, T206 Mathewson and DeLong Gehrig...
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Nice cards. Now if we could only get those for 1k each!!

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Going through the suggestions in this thread, I realized that I had a lot of the cards being suggested... E95 Wagner, T206 Cobbs, 1933 G Ruth and Gehrig, 1934 G Gehrig, 1939 PB DiMaggio, 1941 PB Ted Williams, T206 Mathewson and DeLong Gehrig...
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a US Caramel of biggest name I could get for a grand - Gehrig, Foxx, .
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E92 Dockman Wagner (throwing pose)
Around 20 years ago I bought a raw but very nice Dockman Cy Young at a show in Raleigh, NC for around $500. Not knowing much about prewar, as well as being somewhat younger and stupider, I somehow convinced myself shortly after buying it that the card was trimmed, so I sold it for probably a bit less than I paid for it. Less than a year later I saw the same card (I could tell from the attributes it was the exact one I had...) in a PSA 5 slab for sale on eBay.

So yeah, that was a few dollars lost...
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Nice cards. Now if we could only get those for 1k each!!
Thanks. Yes, we'd now have to go pretty low grade to get most of these for 1k...
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How much does one of these cost if I wanted a specific card made and what size are they for that price?

One last question, will you ensure 1 of 1 on the card fronts you do and would you also consider doing the cards back?

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If you look hard and long you can still find an E90-1 Young portrait, not trimmed and fairly decent, in the 1k range. Not sure how much longer that will happen as it's a really nice portrait of a name no one will ever forget because of the award.
There's one on ebay now SGC 1.5 with a BIN of $1,000.
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A 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth in 1 or A condition.
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How about this card on ebay under 1k ? Cobb with Jennings ( 2 HOFers with the middle showing Cobb stealing )https://www.ebay.com/itm/T202-Cobb-J...sEd:rk:15:pf:0
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That is a nice pick for a series that gets little love.

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How about this card on ebay under 1k ? Cobb with Jennings ( 2 HOFers with the middle showing Cobb stealing )https://www.ebay.com/itm/T202-Cobb-J...sEd:rk:15:pf:0
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I guess I'll put my money where my mouth is. Just picked this one up for around 1K
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I guess I'll put my money where my mouth is. Just picked this one up for around 1K
Thats a great card Paul. I've always loved that Exhibit of Foxx
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Great Foxx pickup!
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Late to the party but that is a cool and scarce card.

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