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Old 12-31-2017, 02:57 PM
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I have seen Elias on T206 before! Fun to see that he collected other cards - and to learn his last name.

This one may be a few owners removed from the original owner, but this was Burdick's T206 Evers.
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Old 12-31-2017, 03:11 PM
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Stamped by the original owner Nelson Tisdel, who passed the card on to his son Donald who traded the card in the 40s to the man I purchased it from, Gordon Soutter, who had kept the card in his collection for over 60 years.
I've got a Tisdel stamped/signed card from T206 I bought off COMC. So there are more out there.
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Old 12-31-2017, 06:43 PM
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Here are my Obaks stamped by Gilliam Squires, who lived (at least for a time) in San Jose, CA (my home town). I hear that there are some Bishop E99s or E100s out there somewhere.
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This one may be a few owners removed from the original owner, but this was Burdick's T206 Evers.
I love that Evers! Wow!

Here’s my Burdick owned T201 Leifield. I am virtually certain he was not the one who got it signed by Leifield. My guess is old-time collector John Wagner got that done (since I know he also did TTM autograph requests on pre-war cards as well as trade with Burdick).

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I have seen Elias on T206 before! Fun to see that he collected other cards - and to learn his last name.

This one may be a few owners removed from the original owner, but this was Burdick's T206 Evers.
Sweet Burdick stamped back on that Evers Bryan!

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Old 12-31-2017, 08:05 PM
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I love that Evers! Wow!

Here’s my Burdick owned T201 Leifield. I am virtually certain he was not the one who got it signed by Leifield. My guess is old-time collector John Wagner got that done (since I know he also did TTM autograph requests on pre-war cards as well as trade with Burdick).

I like that T201 with Burdick's stamp too! Nice stuff guys.

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This is the back of my 1932 Denby Billy Herman postcard. It was mailed to an Edgar Buchardt in 1932. Just for kicks, I searched the address and discovered that the home is still inhabited by the Buchhardt family - some 86 years later!

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I have 75 diamond stars that my dad collected when he was a kid.

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This is the back of my 1932 Denby Billy Herman postcard. It was mailed to an Edgar Buchardt in 1932. Just for kicks, I searched the address and discovered that the home is still inhabited by the Buchhardt family - some 86 years later!
Well this particular post led to a crazy result for me.

I have postcards that Dots Miller sent to his family during the 1911 season, so I looked up the family. The first result that popped up was that they were still at the same house in the 1940 census, but the second search result after that was that one of those family members died on Christmas day this year at age 94. I've mentioned that I have relatives in common with Dots Miller, so I just had to inform some of them that their family member passed away a week ago, because they didn't get the news yet.

The second crazy part is that the second oldest of ten kids in that family, who was born a few years after those postcards were sent, is still alive! His sister just passed at 94, but he still has four other siblings alive, so they have some good genes in that family.
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