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Some really great stuff on display in this thread.

It is time to enhance this Wagner extravaganza with this "baby".....





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Ted, are you now the owner of the proof strip?

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That looks like a copy
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Or just a poor quality scan. Wasn't sure if Ted owns it or not.

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Old 05-05-2019, 10:27 PM
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Ted, thatís a great Bowerman
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Old 05-06-2019, 07:21 AM
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Of course not, Mike.

I took a picture of it several years ago and what I have posted is a scan of that picture.


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I have no idea why this particular card is rated at only a 1. But I must say that, of the Orange Borders that I have seen, 1 is an unusually high number. I do not think that I have ever seen an Orange Border with a higher number. It may have something to do with cards that are hand cut. Of course, this did not seem to have a bad effect on the original Mastro T206 Wagner.........
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How about a Wagner signed card?

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A 1915 premium
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Ted, wasn't sure, just thought I'd ask.

I was at the Halper/Sotheby's sale 20 years ago (wow, time flies), and I think it went for around $85k then.

Chris- I love that 1915 Wagner premium, great image of him.

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Not sure I've seen another example of this J=K Wagner...the headless Wagner.
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That headless Wagner is wild, and I especially love how they put the card in a smaller gasket, as if that was the normal size of the card..
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Default E94 Blomes Wagner

Here's one with a Blomes back...Jerry...
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Old 05-07-2019, 10:37 PM
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Such great cards in this thread. Jeff L., that "Two of a Kind" PC with Ty and Honus is great - and so tough to find.

I don't own many Honus cards but somehow I can post one that hasn't been up yet -

Side question - has anyone ever seen a Honus Virginia Extra?
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Really enjoy seeing the awesome variety of Honus Wagner cards in this thread. Here is another postcard for the virtual collection, from the 1908 American League Publishing set. I love that this postcard combines a great batting pose along with Horner's famous portrait of Wagner.

The "Pat Herbst, Cigars" overprint is the only one that I have ever seen. I guess that it can be considered a tobacco card. LOL
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A few of my favorites...
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Not a card, but a favorite.
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That 1910 E-Unc is my favorite Wagner card. I love seeing it posted anytime.

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Some truly amazing cards/pieces here indeed- a virtual museum of Mr. Wagner. Letís keep it rolling. Cut a deal and a check on this but not yet in hand, so I will post it here but reserve a second posting for May pickups when appropriate.
The very rare 1911 Baltimore Newsboy version
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Some truly amazing cards/pieces here indeed- a virtual museum of Mr. Wagner. Letís keep it rolling. Cut a deal and a check on this but not yet in hand, so I will post it here but reserve a second posting for May pickups when appropriate.
The very rare 1911 Baltimore Newsboy version
that's a toughie! whats the pop on that???? at this rate you will have to eventually add a t206 to your growing wags rarity collection!!!! or maybe t206 is too common!!!!
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Thanks Pete! I do want a T206 Wagner and that is my ultimate goal (not sure I am ready for it yet, however). In the meantime, I will acquire what I can, and try to continue to build out a cool Wagner collection.

Regarding the Newsboy, there are two graded Wagners -- a PSA 3 and this SGC 3 - based on pop reports and I am not sure if they are the same card. PSA has only graded 23 total Newsboys. I am not sure about SGC, but I have to imagine its at least that many and likely double. My guess is there are 50-70 graded and your guess is as good as mine on ungraded. As you know, they were handed out only in 1911 and only in Baltimore to boys that delivered the Baltimore News newspaper. The goals was to collect the whole set (I think same as E94) and to turn them in for a $1.
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Thanks Andy! Ryan, truly an amazing pickup, thanks for sharing, congrats!!!

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My contribution... got this from Pete last year... thanks Pete!
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Regarding the Newsboy, there are two graded Wagners -- a PSA 3 and this SGC 3 - based on pop reports and I am not sure if they are the same card. PSA has only graded 23 total Newsboys. I am not sure about SGC, but I have to imagine its at least that many and likely double. My guess is there are 50-70 graded and your guess is as good as mine on ungraded. As you know, they were handed out only in 1911 and only in Baltimore to boys that delivered the Baltimore News newspaper. The goals was to collect the whole set (I think same as E94) and to turn them in for a $1.
Ryan - love the M131 Newsboy Wagner. These cards are so rare and do not always get the credit that they deserve.

There is another SGC 3 out there too. It is sort of an SGC graded near set (missing 2).
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Very nice cards Pete and Brian. And that Wagner auto is awesome.

Here is the e92+ Wagner back run I am working on. Thanks to Patrick for putting the picture together like this, and thanks to many board members for helping with several of these cards.
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Nice thread...all great cards...seeing two Nadja Wagners is incredible...Jerry
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Very nice cards Pete and Brian. And that Wagner auto is awesome.

Here is the e92+ Wagner back run I am working on. Thanks to Patrick for putting the picture together like this, and thanks to many board members for helping with several of these cards.
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Haven't seen this one...
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