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Old 01-03-2015, 02:26 PM
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I pictured this before, but new photo. and received it IN JAN..ha. hanks to Dave's presale shop framer friend. Makes a beat topps card and cut look awesome
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Very nice! I still have some things I want to matte still on the fence if I am going to attempt or not.
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I pictured this before, but new photo. and received it IN JAN..ha. hanks to Dave's presale shop framer friend. Makes a beat topps card and cut look awesome
Agreed, Scott. That turned out really well. Congrats!
BTW, it's really sad to hear that Mr. Howe is not doing too well health wise these days. He's a genuine icon.
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Howe piece came out really nice Scott.
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Beautiful, Scott. A beater looks better framed than a nice one imo.
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Scott that turned out great!
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I love the old sweaters! Beautiful Ruth ball!
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Happy to add this Jim Henson framed check from a board member...
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I actually picked up this Teddy Ballgame a month or so ago and just got around to posting. I purchased and sold a vintage Ted Williams George Burke 4x6 photo a year or so ago and was regretting it...so I was glad to add this one to my collection. The back has vintage notation explaining how the signature was obtained during the summer of 1941, which I thought made it even more special.
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I actually picked up this Teddy Ballgame a month or so ago and just got around to posting. I purchased and sold a vintage Ted Williams George Burke 4x6 photo a year or so ago and was regretting it...so I was glad to add this one to my collection. The back has vintage notation explaining how the signature was obtained during the summer of 1941, which I thought made it even more special.
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Some pickups over the last few months:

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Nice pickups Rob, I especially like the signed Ryan/Koosman card.
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Wow Rob,you have been busy.Great stuff!
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Thanks so much guys, love sharing and seeing other collector's pickups...also wanted to post some non-baseball autograph pickups:

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I'm setting the bar pretty high for myself in 2015, not sure if I will find a tougher signed HOF rookie card the rest of this year.

Casey Stengel Signed 1916 Sporting News M101 Rookie Card with Blank back and with full JSA Letter.
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I absolutely love the Stengel and the Louis. Just fantastic
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Beginning my Presidential quest...I added this Andrew Johnson signed pardon document from 1867...
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Awesome piece James!

My collection to date has not extended beyond baseball autographs but I've been researching early American presidential and political autographs for quite a while now, I find them fascinating and your piece is really cool.
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In rough shape, but still happy to own...Land Grant signed by James Madison (twice) and James Monroe...
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Just picked up this neat Jim Thorpe signed Moccasin sole. I suppose it was used to get the imprint of his foot so that the moccasin could be made. The autograph has some issues but there is also an address inscription that is in his hand.

Simply the tie in with his Native American culture is enough to make this a very interesting piece to me.



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Tom,
A very cool piece!!
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I actually picked up this Teddy Ballgame a month or so ago and just got around to posting. I purchased and sold a vintage Ted Williams George Burke 4x6 photo a year or so ago and was regretting it...so I was glad to add this one to my collection. The back has vintage notation explaining how the signature was obtained during the summer of 1941, which I thought made it even more special.
Hey, someone else has one of these! I believe mine was signed in 1940 - having yours to compare it to helps, especially the 'W'!


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Love that Thorpe!

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I saw that, nice pick up Scott! Is that a 4x6 or 9x11?
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I think it's more like 8x10
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I hope everyone's year is starting well . I have a few January pick ups; it has indeed been a good start to the year with great deals available. I am posting pics of those items I have now. I will be receiving 5-6 more items this month and will post pics of them as long as you all don't get bored with them.
None of these are new players to my collection just additional signatures of players on different mediums or with full name signatures or vintage playing days signatures.
1. A vintage Stanly Covelski, which is not his usual older and shaky signature.
2. A Zack Wheat with the rarer and alternate "Z" formation.
3. A vintage 1933 Joe Medwick album page.
4. A full large format check from Waite Hoyt
5. A full name Bill Dickey check
6. A HLS from Earle Combs
7. A vintage Charles Gehringer photo

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I was absolutely loving that Gehringer photo, all the way till I scrolled to the bottom and saw that damn sticker!!!
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I was absolutely loving that Gehringer photo, all the way till I scrolled to the bottom and saw that damn sticker!!!
Its a shame that they do that... Gehringer's signature has amazing eye appeal, but man... that one is exceptional!

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Thanks guys, that photo even with the JSA sticker was too pretty to pass up.
I imagine one day walking through the National Archives and seeing a JSA sticker in the bottom front corner on the Declaration of Independence.
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Rutherford B Hayes signed Military document...
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Finally picked up a Goudey Cronin. I have been outbid on his cards so maybe times at the last minute.
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Congrats on the Cronin!
It is such a great feeling to finally get that which has eluded us for so long.
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Added a couple more vintage signed baseballs. The Zim is on a 50's AA ball. I believe the Ennis is on a 50's ball; if anyone knows how to date these, I'd love to know.

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1914 T222 Rube Marquard with full JSA letter
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I think it's going to need more than a JSA letter.
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Thought this one was too good to pass up:

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Although Sal Maglie is not a particularly difficult sig to find, I have been looking for a long time to find a nice ball point pen signed example on his '57 Topps card that features him in his Brooklyn Dodgers uni.

In 1956, Sal Maglie pitched a no-hitter while he was a member of the Brooklyn Dodgers. This signed card will make a nice compliment to the two congratulatory telegrams that Sal The Barber received after his no-no.
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Just picked up this nice John Quincy Adams...
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Picked these up this month.The Dawson and Goose were TTM
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