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Old 01-20-2015, 12:09 PM
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Would like to watch that episode. When will it air next? Their show might get many old collections out in the open by family members now. Another question would be is it better to get the entire collection graded and labeled as somekind of "find" ????
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Forget the baseball cards. The painting of the early Yankees baseball crowd is the best item on this episode!
the painting is very cool...but is unlikely to be a depiction of yankee stadium...perhaps when the yanks played at the polo grounds?
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Heavy sigh, my Mother always told me about my Great-Grandfather who lived into his 90's and smoked a pack of cigarettes a day. Didn't save any cards...
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Do you guys think the $200k estimated value was in the neighborhood?
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Do you guys think the $200k estimated value was in the neighborhood?
hard to know since only 8 or so cards were shown? If all were in similar condition...and all t206/t205 were american beauties...then I'd guess it's not too ridiculous!
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The T202s were real and they were spectacular.
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So this is what euphoria feels like. Holy blank!

All I can say is God bless cousin Rose's brother. That T206 Cobb is immaculate. So is the T202 Cobb Steals Third + Jennings.

I really really really want to see the rest of the collection. How can they just show those few cards? They need to put more from the collection on their site, or something. They have to know collectors are going nuts.

They showed an overhead for a second. The only other T206 I made out was a Chief Bender. I'd love to see the rest.

Edit: looking again, I see a Kid Elberfeld fielding, and Jack White, also.
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Do you guys think the $200k estimated value was in the neighborhood?
Wow! They said there were 345 cards - so $200k would be about $580 each. If they are all in the NM condition shown with AB backs that could be about right or even a bit low (especially if there are a bunch of Titus cards in there )
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Gives me chills.
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so this is what euphoria feels like. Holy blank!

All i can say is god bless cousin rose's brother. That t206 cobb is immaculate. So is the t202 cobb steals third + jennings.

I really really really want to see the rest of the collection. How can they just show those few cards? They need to put more from the collection on their site, or something. They have to know collectors are going nuts.

They showed an overhead for a second. The only other t206 i made out was a chief bender. I'd love to see the rest.
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