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The one on the left is the earliest mount Cy Young is on which is a type 2. The one on the right is Cy on a type 4 mount.
The one on the left is a type 1.
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Oh, and my Joss fits the bill as well, being on a Type 3 cabinet (1903-04). I have certainly seen plenty of Type 4's w/ this same image:



My question to everyone (ahem, Kevin) is, does a Type 3 exist of Ed Walsh (first issued in 1904)?
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Given the dates you provided, my type 3 Tinker would place it right in the 1903-04 time-frame, making it his official "rookie" card (ignoring team photos)! Woo-hoo! Most W600 Tinkers I've seen have the type 4 cabinet, and, as such, would be less desirable to me (although not a concern to most W600 collectors).
Both Tinker and Evers were first offered by the SL on August 22, 1903, therefore the first cards of each are type 3s.
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Oh, and my Joss fits the bill as well, being on a Type 3 cabinet (1903-04).

My question to everyone (ahem, Kevin) is, does a Type 3 exist of Ed Walsh (first issued in 1904)?
Joss was first offered on May 23, 1903. I have never seen a Type 2, but it should exist. There were a total of 8 HOFers (J. Collins, Griffith, Mathewson, Davis, Joss, Flick, Bender and Willis) that were first issued between Jan 31, 1903 and August 8, 1903. Joss is the only one that I have not seen with a type 2 mount.

Ed Walsh was not issued until October 1, 1904. He is only known with a type 4 mount. Same exact thing with Three Finger Brown.

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Thanks Kevin! Very helpful!

Crum, I saw the type 2 Bender in the latest REA auction, but didn't have this new info at my disposal at the time. I would have certainly made a run for that example. Poop.
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