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Old 07-01-2017, 05:09 PM
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Never started one of these before - here are some Worch cigar HOFers I recently got - love the poses on the Mack and the Medwick rookie...
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Old 07-01-2017, 05:25 PM
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Good Stuff, Chris. Congrats!
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One of only 3 PSA 9s for any C46...

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Old 07-01-2017, 06:49 PM
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Never started one of these before - here are some Worch cigar HOFers I recently got - love the poses on the Mack and the Medwick rookie...
Love that Gehrig Chris!!!! Where did you score that at?
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beautiful cards chris!
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Its been a longtime since I made a non-T206 pick-up. The Gretzky is just something I always wanted. The Jackie is a card I have been looking at, and thanks to Sam's "buying the green Cobby and not the grade," I decided to go up on what i feel is a very under-graded 52 Topps Jackie
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Old 07-02-2017, 05:15 PM
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Never started one of these before
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Old 07-02-2017, 05:29 PM
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Old 07-03-2017, 08:53 AM
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Its been a longtime since I made a non-T206 pick-up. The Gretzky is just something I always wanted. The Jackie is a card I have been looking at, and thanks to Sam's "buying the green Cobby and not the grade," I decided to go up on what i feel is a very under-graded 52 Topps Jackie
It's hard to tell exactly from your small pic but that does look like a very nice PSA-4 Jackie!
Centering looks really good.

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Agreed! Tough to tell from the small image, but the color and centering on that Jackie looks amazing. Congrats on picking up two awesome and important cards.
Worch pickups are great. It's amazing how the layouts from the same set can be so different.
Greg, I'm not familiar with that set or player, but congrats on what is obviously a rare grade on a gorgeous card.

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Orlando, thanks. It's a 1912 minor league set, with odd design that some people love and others not so much. But it's distinctive and you almost never see a "9" in ANY minor league set. Kind of amazing--who has ever seen a mint Obak? early Zeenut? Old Mill? etc. Or even a NM. Which is worth speculating about. There are a fair number of "8" in the C46, though.
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My first card of Mr. Matthewson. Pristine-loved condition.


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Not greatest condition but for the price I couldn't resist
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Not greatest condition but for the price I couldn't resist
Jealous. I've been looking for one of those. Great pickup.
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Finally picked up the last one for my T206 NY Highlander subset.
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The quest continues......love the low grade cards when they look like this...(back is clean except for normal PB staining)
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Probably overpaid, but very happy with this July pickup. Had been looking for a T227 Cobb for a while, and I really liked the centering and registration on this one. Might have to go for the Baker, Marquard and Bender now also...


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Probably overpaid, but very happy with this July pickup. Had been looking for a T227 Cobb for a while, and I really liked the centering and registration on this one. Might have to go for the Baker, Marquard and Bender now also...


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I finally made the pre-war plunge!! Mostly because of all the talk on this board.

By far the oldest card I own. Obviously some paper loss on the back, but I'm happy with the overall eye appeal of the front.

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I finally made the pre-war plunge!! Mostly because of all the talk on this board.

By far the oldest card I own. Obviously some paper loss on the back, but I'm happy with the overall eye appeal of the front.

Nice start Rugby, beautiful example enjoy it sir.
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I finally made the pre-war plunge!! Mostly because of all the talk on this board.

By far the oldest card I own. Obviously some paper loss on the back, but I'm happy with the overall eye appeal of the front.

That's a great start to a pre-war collection. And that paper loss on the back actually helps, because you get a nice looking Mathewson for a much lower price. Nice going.
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That's a great start to a pre-war collection. And that paper loss on the back actually helps, because you get a nice looking Mathewson for a much lower price. Nice going.
some paper loss on back can allow for a beautiful card for a fraction of the price.....great Matty
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Very nice pick up. One of my favorite cards of all time. You have the heavy lifting done. Might as well complete the set!
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Way to jump in, Rugby!
That paper loss on the back doesn't bother me, it looks as though someone taped (or pasted or something) the card to display it and then it was later removed.
So what...that's what you did with cards as kids!

Too bad that the hobby nails paper loss as bad as it does above most other flaws.
But as a lower grade collector , I don't mind a bit!
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Picked up Drum #7 and a few black Lenox cards. The Heinie Berger is the 1st confirmed example.
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Nice WaJo!

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Picked up Drum #7 and a few black Lenox cards. The Heinie Berger is the 1st confirmed example.
Amazing Chuck. You should make a grid with all the Drums in a row.
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Very nice pick up. One of my favorite cards of all time. You have the heavy lifting done. Might as well complete the set!
Thanks Dale and Eric!
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Added some depth to my '09 Pirates collection.


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Wow, Jon, that's quite a haul.

Obviously Gibson is the best card in the bunch, but how can you not appreciate that Paddy O'Connor pose, eh?

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Had been looking for a decent one of these for a while. Didn't expect to get one THIS nice. (If you saw what the rest of my collection looked like, you'd understand!)

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Picked up over past weekend
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