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Old 12-14-2017, 04:20 PM
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Just found in the basement ...
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Old 12-15-2017, 09:10 AM
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This is from LOTG, it was listed as a "San Bernardino" player. I've not found any uniforms to compare, but the only semi-pro team from that era was the 1913 San Bernardino Kittens. However, my guess, based on the "SB" surrounded by a large "S" on uniform, and the Star on the hat, is that if this is a San Bernardino team, they would be called the "Stars," or something like that. I've read that baseball was being played in San Bernardino since 1899 when San Bernardino was in the Southern California League, so who knows. Heck, I just recently found out that Walter Johnson started pitching here in Orange County when he was a teen. For so small an amount of memorabilia, Southern California was way more into baseball than I knew.

Edited to add: This is definitely not the Kittens, once I decided to use my head, I did some really slick detective work. I read what is printed on the back of the card. The date, Feb. 22, 1910. Brilliant work on my part.
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Old 12-15-2017, 11:16 AM
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Scary clowns, cool postcards. I've included two of the 1915 Tacoma cards, in that they are were taken a few minutes apart. McGinnity re-crossed his arms.
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Old 12-15-2017, 01:16 PM
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Great postcards, Dave. Those are some scary looking clowns.
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Been awhile since I got t post in this thread, a really long while...feels good. I also get to be the first post of new year? What could be better...

I got my first card today of 2018 and the second time I have owned this exact example which was difficult to replace. I HAD to trade it for something else and it found its way back to me and showed up today. 1907 FP Burke Detroit PC, one of Cobb's earlier images and I love the emblem in the background. It comes in both black and blue and I far prefer the tough black variation. Also, its unused with just a simple corner crease as it returns in to my top 10 favorite cards.
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Nice Steven, Love that tiger!

Leon: Great Paige PC!
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Old 01-06-2018, 04:43 PM
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Nice Steven, Love that tiger!

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Thanks Erick.

Also, I let Orly know you didn't want anything to do with postcards and that you don't even want to see a Cobb Pc if one becomes available...heh.

Happy New Year!
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Happy new year,

Thanks for that, yea I'm dumping all I own soon. These post cards are for the birds!
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these are incredible!
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Scary clowns, cool postcards. I've included two of the 1915 Tacoma cards, in that they are were taken a few minutes apart. McGinnity re-crossed his arms.

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Scary clowns, cool postcards. I've included two of the 1915 Tacoma cards, in that they are were taken a few minutes apart. McGinnity re-crossed his arms.
The clowns are cool (except to my daughter, she hates clowns) and a 1913 RPPC of some babes

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