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Old 05-04-2019, 02:09 PM
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Default Honus Wagner - The Flying Dutchman

While I tend to agree with their general theme and conclusions, I am sick of looking at threads about PWCC and card doctoring. Lets look at some cards!

According to Wikipedia, the great Ty Cobb once regarded Wagner as "maybe the greatest star ever to take the diamond." No further description is needed for this baseball (and baseball card) icon. Show your Wagners!
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Old 05-04-2019, 02:16 PM
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While I tend to agree with their general theme and conclusions, I am sick of looking at threads about PWCC and card doctoring. Lets look at some cards!

According to Wikipedia, the great Ty Cobb once regarded Wagner as "maybe the greatest star ever to take the diamond." No further description is needed for this baseball (and baseball card) icon. Show your Wagners!
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1906 FAN CRAZE- HONUS WAGNER PSA-8.jpg1909 E-95 Philadelphia Caramel- HONUS WAGNER PSA-4.jpg

1911 M116 Sporting Life- Honus Wagner PSA-4.jpg1913 National Game- HONUS WAGNER PSA-8.jpg

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Wags looking in the mirror..

1910 Tip Top Bread D322 Honus Wagner.jpgE104-ii Honus Wagner.jpg
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Here's the closest I'll ever get to having a T206 Wagner, the 1st issue of SPORT HOBBYIST (dated 1962)Ö..1949 LEAF ((Pittsburgh Pirates Coach)






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Awesome cards so far. And since my W600 just got upstaged...
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Old 05-04-2019, 05:34 PM
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I know, just messin. Thanks!

Ian, that Nadja blank is awesome; Dean, I always love your Wagners (and taste generally); Jay, great centering on the CJ; Steven, that W600 is perfect.

So many great cards Wagners so far, keepíem coming!
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Great thread!
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Old 05-04-2019, 06:08 PM
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Still one of my favorites and I have had nearly all of them from the T206 on down, this one of a kind and fairly large size. You will see the Horner image still has the PITTSBURGH on the jersey, normally removed on most card issues.
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"Whoa, you have an Honus Wagner baseball card? Why do you have that just sitting around on a desk? I thought those are worth a lot of money?"

"They are."
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I won this Wagner card in the 2007 National Mastro Auction for a client of mine. This is the closest I'll ever get to owning one.
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Working on an M101-4/5 back run. Notice that there are two Famous and Barrs. Wagner is one of a few high number cards that comes both as an M101-5, and a much rarer M101-4.
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Jay, that m101-4/5 back run, is 1000% awesome. I knew you were working on the run, but had never seen them all together like that. That has to be one of the tougher and coolest back runs out there; the Altoona Tribune is especially cool, I think.

Here are couple other Wagners
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Scott, I donít think Iíve ever seen that one! Nice! Will you please post an image of the back?
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Jay, congrats to you....that is an amazing Wagner M101-4/5 back run!

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Scott, I donít think Iíve ever seen that one! Nice! Will you please post an image of the back?
The back is blank. It is part of a group of 1909 Pirates, that I purchased well over a decade ago. They appear to be cut from some type of box?? They are period clay coated paper/cardboard stock, to date no one seems to know their origin.


I will post a pair of the others(I have eleven players and Fred Clarke).
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How could you forget the Voskamp? My favorite.
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Thanks Ryan and Joe! Back runs are fun.
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First, a slightly long story about how I got these...

Richard Gilbert Potter was a salesman and sometime photographer who collected Louisville local history photographs from the period 1880 to 1930 and took his own photos through the 1960s. Potter then copied and peddled the images for use as decoration in many Louisville businesses, hotels, and restaurants. The photographs document Louisville street scenes, historic buildings, Louisville mayors, the Potter family, celebrities, sporting events, including horse racing at Churchill Downs, and local professional and amateur baseball.

Several of his photos were sent by Potter personally to John Weyhing, nephew of the Old Judge Weyhings, John and Gus, who were from Louisville. John was a priest and well-known around town since he was a chaplain for several local organizations as well as Churchill Downs. Potter would have known that John was Gus' nephew.The first photo is a picture of Gus Weyhing with Honus and the second, as you can see, is Honus with Dick Potter. Upon his passing, John's brother, Ed took possession of the photos. Ed died three years ago. Ed was my friend. His wife Mary recently came across the photos and knew that I would enjoy having them both because of the link to baseball and because it would be a link for me to Ed. In addition to the photos of Honus I've included one of the latter-day Weyhing boys...
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How could you forget the Voskamp? My favorite.
Didn't forget. Sold it last year in an LOTG auction. [Paid for a coach tour of Ireland for my wife and me. I can live with that.] Deliberated whether to post it. Wasn't sure of the protocol. Anyway here it is.

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Also, this one:


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Old 05-05-2019, 04:34 PM
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Absolutely amazing eye candy in this thread! Jay, your M101 back run is my favorite - I can only dream about getting this far with my M101 WaJo back run! It appears to me that SGC has incorrectly identified a couple of your cards as being 1917 issues. Ryan, I agree that the Altoona Tribune is special, but to me, Jay's Mall Theatre card of Hans is even more special.
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Thanks Val! It has been fun to put together and it is not finished yet. I agree with you and Ryan that the Tribune and Mall Theatre cards are special. However, my favorite is the Wares since the store was very close to where I grew up in the Bronx. Also, if you remember The Dick Van Dyke Show, fictional characters Rob and Laura Petrie (Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore) lived in New Rochelle.

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great wagses everyone...my only 1 these days...the tough e90-1 throwing.
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Pretty common front, not so common back.

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Awesome DJ. Here is another with a cleaner back. This may be the only time you see back to back E92 Nadja Wagner Batting cardís
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Old 05-05-2019, 06:59 PM
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Here are my Orange Border Wagners.Wagner Orange Borders.jpg
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Old 05-05-2019, 07:25 PM
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That PSA 1 Orange Borders Wagner is simply amazing. Thanks for sharing that one. Why is it only a 1 by the way?
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Old 05-05-2019, 07:43 PM
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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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