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Old 05-23-2019, 12:56 PM
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Default 1900s Baseball T- Cards Except T206

They are almost socially incorrect in society today but cigarettes, and other tobacco, once housed some great looking baseball cards. The other thread on E cards worked out fairly well so why not one on T's? And since there are more T206 threads than all others combined (probably) let's make this thread all of them Except T206. Here is a scarce one, the way I like them, with a big border and which isn't likely trimmed, conserved or restored. It is a PSA 1.5
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No conservation or restoration on this sucker either!
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a small handful of unaltered millers!
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A couple of my favorites.
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1909 T204 Ramly... In my opinion, they are the most beautiful cards ever made.
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T202 end panels: when you just don't feel like owning the whole card.

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This thread makes me miss my Obaks...
I ultimately sold them off because I was concerned about having so much $ tied up in minor leaguers, but they are great cards!

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These are my favorite T cards by far. Someday I need to finish the Ft Worth team set.
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These are my favorite T cards by far. Someday I need to finish the Ft Worth team set.
Cool cards, Ben! Those Red Borders are nice. I had a few from series 3 at one time. Like the Obaks I had, I sold them off. I do miss them sometimes though. I was torn between collecting minor leaguers vs major leaguers and still not sure I have that completely reconciled.

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Cool cards, Ben! Those Red Borders are nice. I had a few from series 3 at one time. Like the Obaks I had, I sold them off. I do miss them sometimes though. I was torn between collecting minor leaguers vs major leaguers and still not sure I have that completely reconciled.

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I am a big fan of red on cards, the more red the better. I was torn between going for the whole T210 set or just the Ft Worth team. About 80-100 cards in I decided to just do the team. I miss the ones I sold sometimes also.

This is my one and only Obak, there are some very nice looking cards in the set.
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I am a big fan of red on cards, the more red the better. I was torn between going for the whole T210 set or just the Ft Worth team. About 80-100 cards in I decided to just do the team. I miss the ones I sold sometimes also.



This is my one and only Obak, there are some very nice looking cards in the set.
I admire your ability to zero in on collecting Fort Worth. I apparently lack any focus and never get anywhere.

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For me it's easily my favorite set. This is one of the toughest T-cards, too!
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...and a little eye candy from the same set! Don't get me wrong, I like t201 and agree t204 are some of the most beautiful cards ever produced but still the t205 rings the best for me!!
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Overall some of the most beautiful PreWW2 cards ever produced...the 1910 and 1911 Obak. Enjoy a little PCL eye candy.

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This one is kinda drab compared to the Obaks, but I like it...

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Old 05-23-2019, 07:59 PM
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T207 Cycle Backs!!!
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I like the Plow Boys, Tom. Nice.
Nothing overly rare here, but I like both of these issues.


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A few of my favorites.

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The T205 Turner is outstanding. Really great image and sharpness. Wow.

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While lacking many HOFers, I really like this set, not to mention it is very difficult to complete due to the short prints.

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My t205 Tigers with a home made Sam Crawford included. Can't figure why he wasn't in that set. Love the AL T205's, the NL not so much.

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Recent pickup from a few weeks ago.
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My t205 Tigers with a home made Sam Crawford included. Can't figure why he wasn't in that set. Love the AL T205's, the NL not so much.
Nice Crawford!

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Wow is right! Damn.
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My PSA sub just popped with 20+ T207 (mostly low grade) - but it should take me to just about half way on the set. I’ll have a few dupes if there are any traders out there!
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T205s...around half way complete so far.
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Outstanding Leon! My favorite set by far.
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Card with the best action picture in baseball history
That is a great card in all respects!!

I call this a T-Unc Premium...
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A RARE turkey!
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Front top/bottom left corners a little touched...likely removed from scrap book.
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Very cool cards so far. Here are a few Wagners (I love the Wagner and Plank T cards, given how rarely you find either on the front of a tobacco add).

Leon, that is a great looking bunch of t205s. I am embarrassed to ask, but I don’t know much about the set (and have never owned a single card), but why do some pics have diamonds in the background of the front portrait and some do not? Different years?

Pete, that T214 Donlin is off the hook

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Yeah, Pete, that's a bad ass T214!

Here are two from my favorite brand...
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