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Thanks Andy.

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A few eclectic pick-ups...



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Posted By: Rob D.

Man, Leon, it seems like forever since you were high bidder on that card. I figured it would have been intimate with one of the coins numerous times by now.

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Leon- that was quick!

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Posted By: Shawn Chambers

Rob,

Leon was obviously spending all that time learning how to "erase" that PSA holder and replace it with his signature "cosmic dust" background! He did forget his quarter which I think normally signifies Jupiter...




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Posted By: leon

The coin didn't make this one.....and the gentleman that sold it seemed to almost have an unhealthy affinity to this card. I mean it's cool and I like it but I doubt I will try to "date" it ..... (joke from the memorabilia side)....and this is yet another world record price I have paid due to the addiction called "cardaholicism".....but I would rather look at this than a dollar bill.....I think...

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Posted By: Marty Ogelvie

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Posted By: leon

and a horizontal 1931 Venezuelan Bigott Sucs- Fung....

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Wouldn't a bolivar have been more appropriate?

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Yes, a Bolivar would have been more appropriate however, how many of us know exactly how big a Bolivar is without a bit of research? Otherwise I like the idea.....

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Posted By: Jodi Birkholm

Bigottry does indeed suc. This card was decades ahead of its time.

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Just upgraded these two beauties.



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EDIT: A few more. The Gedeon and Magee are blank-backs.



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Posted By: Richard Cline - RC

My first Reds T-202 from a board member on the BST.
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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

cool piece Keith!

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Sorry...not pre-war but I am reading "The Echoing Green". An excellent book by the way.

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Posted By: Jantz

Picked these up today at a card show.

Piedmont - Recruit - Piedmont 350/25 backs

Nice pick-ups by all,

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Picked this trio up on ebay

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Posted By: John

Great pickups everyone, Leon love the T206!

A few from th past month and a half...



Thanks, Toby on the Cobb and to a fellow memeber on the T211.

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Posted By: Matt

John - great eye appeal on the whole lot!

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Posted By: Rob D.

Nice Shannon. That's my favorite horizontal among the T206s.

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LOL...Rob.

P.S. I think the Cobb is also horz. it's what made him such a hard person to pitch against imagine his strike zone when he's on his back like that....

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Posted By: Steve

John, Nice stuff!.. Incidentally, thankyou for the '51s!

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Posted By: Rob D.

Products of a nice, old-fashioned trade via the B/S/T. Even though they picture Yankees, I do like the cards.

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Posted By: DMcD

Following is some of my haul from the National. The rest of the booty has been appended to the "Chicago National" album on my Image Event site. Have a look.



Robert Klevens had a terrific booth dealing in Japanese baseball. I have a bit of a Prince Oana thing going so I was thrilled to find this photograph. There are several more at my photo site. (Aratani was a Japanese-American businessman who sponsored a team which visited Japan in the late 1920's. The Honolulu Braves were a semi-pro team that played in the pre-war era).


The seller knew nothing about this photo other than its notation of "South Dakota 1945". Mark Macrae thought it might be a post-season hunting trip/barnstorming tour. What is interesting about this picture is that there are players representing seven or eight different teams as diverse as the Atlanta Crackers and Montreal Royals as well as numerous midwest ML teams. If you recognize any of the players I'd be glad to know it. Thought the Atlanta player looks like Hank Sauer but neither he nor his brother Ed played for the Crackers best as I can tell. On the Image Event site you can click "Original" to get a large version of the scan. Joe Jackson and Josh Gibson are not in the photo. They're back around the pool hall beating the snot out of Billy Gilliam.



"Squirmin' Herman" Wedemeyer is one of the greatest athletes Hawaii ever produced. Was fourth in the 1945 Heisman tally as a halfback for St Mary's. Played Duke on Hawaii Five-Oh.
Couldn't resist this 1930 Nakahashi card. Anyone read Japanese?



Terry Knouse (TIK) had a good number of 19th century cabinets to feast one's eyeballs upon. O'Day is from 1889 and Latham from 1890.




Careful, people. Billikens are habit forming.

Vintage cards, scantily-clad Chicago maidens, uku-zillion penguins, authentic Dutch people and more at . .
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Um. Wow.

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Posted By: Sean

my first t204 Quite the coincidence that its one of the top 5 Id want in the set


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Posted By: Steve Murray

Thanks to Frank for the Murray and the Sliding. Thanks to Arthur foir the Speaker.

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Posted By: T206Collector





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Posted By: Anonymous

Thank You, Scott:



Boone was a Pittsburgh native and succeeded Honus Wagner at shortstop for the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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Posted By: Steve

Love that Susini Spoke! I'm gonna get me one someday.

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Posted By: B O'Brien

I just got this T206 Piedmont Factory 42 Evers (Chicago) SGC 70.
I am going to resell, as it doesn't blend very well with my low grade stuff, if I let it stay, I will only be encouraged to make the rest of mine look as nice as this. I can't afford that. This is by far the best condition T card I have ever owned, so I wanted you all to take a look.
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