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Old 07-30-2012, 11:02 AM
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A question for those of you who think of yourselves as type collectors. Do you consider, for example, T207 a type for your checklist, or does your type collecting also include back collecting, so you'd need a Recruit, a Napoleon, a Red Cross, etc. rather than just a single T207?
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Let me think about that...


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You left out your best T207 back!
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Old 07-30-2012, 12:08 PM
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Bummer about the stain on the back of that Weaver.
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Bummer about the stain on the back of that Weaver.
I think it would be very easy to get off with water and a Q tip but have just left it....Not that big of a deal to me.
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There you go.
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I'm 100% with Leon on this. Every back is a different type.
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In my type collecting...this has always been my goal...that every different back...no matter how minor the difference is a type!
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Beautiful cards Leon!!!!!
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I think it would be very easy to get off with water and a Q tip but have just left it....Not that big of a deal to me.
I knew I should have inserted an emoticon!
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You left out your best T207 back!
As well as your best E222 back!!
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As well as your best E222 back!!
You guys are brutal. Ya'll know my collection better than I do!!

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Leon great run of T210's.That yellow border is sick.And I have come to really like the A.W.H caramels.You and Val have some great ones.Anymore Richmond Colts to show?
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Johnny's still waiting for you to post the ghosty in his thread

Beautiful cards sir.
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You know, something I think would be fun, and I am not implying they add value to the card...would be to do a T206 backstamp thread...I am always amazed at the variety of backstamps I have found, some just names, some very ornate...it would be cool to have a depository and record of how people defaced their cards.
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You know, something I think would be fun, and I am not implying they add value to the card...would be to do a T206 backstamp thread...I am always amazed at the variety of backstamps I have found, some just names, some very ornate...it would be cool to have a depository and record of how people defaced their cards.
I actually have a website dedicated to this very thing. I have been collecting images of different backstamps for a while now and ask that any collector contribute with images if you can.

Check it out here: The Great T206 Backstamp Project

If you have any T206's with backstamps please send me scans and I'll add them to the project.

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