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Old 03-08-2008, 10:07 PM
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Posted By: Ted Zanidakis

Some more "goodies" acquired at the Philly Show last week. Two T213's.....two T205's....two mis-cut T206's.
It's amazing what you can find at the Reading show if you just check-out every booth with vintage stuff and
do some searching.



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Old 03-08-2008, 10:33 PM
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Posted By: Rhett Yeakley

I've been wanting one of these for a while now (definately one of the really tough E121 -like backs to find.)

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Old 03-09-2008, 09:19 AM
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Old 03-09-2008, 10:56 AM
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Posted By: Joann

I just love this piece. I don't think I knew how big it would be until I got it, and it is so neat to check out each of the players. A great deal from our own BST from Jeff P. Thx.

And to "the real DK" , I am definitely going to find time soon to haul out one other card of each guy in the picture to compare what they look like! I was trying to decide how hard it would be to lay out a different card of each person, but arranged in the order of this seating, and have it next to it. Sort of like a collage or something. Maybe I'll fuss with something like that some day.

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Matt:

Nice Hornsby!!! You don't know where I can find a Heilmann do you?

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Posted By: Phil Garry

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Nice pick-ups. Are you collecting HOF Rookie Cards too?

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Posted By: Bill

Somewhat, my 1948 to modern are mostly rookies. When it comes to prewar I'm working on a card from as many different sets of HOFers.

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Posted By: Patrick McMenemy

I can't wait for this Hugh "Kid" Smith 1912 zeenut to arrive after being traded from the West Coast. It will fit in well with his 1911 zeenut and 1912 Home Run Kisses cards.



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Posted By: Paul

Matt, can you reveal where you got that Hornsby? I've been looking for one forever.

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Posted By: Kevin

I picked these 2 up today.




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Posted By: Dave F

Didnt expect it, but happy to pick it up for this price

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Old 03-09-2008, 10:41 PM
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Posted By: Adam

Grabbed these 2 SLers over the past 2 days. My first PSA graded "3.5" card.


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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

wow Dave, a Bishop and now a Balt News, very nice!

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Old 03-09-2008, 11:36 PM
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Posted By: leon

Nice M131....those are found in rough shape many times.....You won't ever have a problem when you go to sell cards like that....not that you will ever sell it

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Posted By: Max Weder



The book is also posted on the memorabilia board

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Posted By: Dan Koteles

I felt the same way when I had gotten mine .Didnt expect it so big ,reference different Tiger pics to the players, sort of an individual ambience of a pre war item to have extra fun with.

Glad you have the same feeling.

The real "Dk"

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Old 03-10-2008, 05:13 AM
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Posted By: quan

a bunch of e97s...both colors and b/w, highlighted by the kelley. scott is right these things are really falling you guys should put 'em up on ebay before it goes down any lower.


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Posted By: Bob

I was the underbidder and should have gone higher but am glad you got a great deal.
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Posted By: Ed McCollum

#36 in the re-built collection. From Thomas Barlage via eBay.

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Posted By: Ben

I picked these two cards up for my HOF collection. I purchased both from the recent Mile High auction. My first Old Judge and my first N300. The O'Rourke is only an SGC 20 but it presents much better. I think the image is quite bold. The back has paper loss but that doesn't bother me! Also, Duffy has quite the hair style.

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Posted By: Joe D.

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Posted By: Turner Engle

Absolutley stunning card. Congrats.

Thanks Steve:

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Posted By: Jeff Lichtman

Joe, that one is a beauty. You sell off one of your Old Tom Morrises and I expect that 50 to become a 70.

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Posted By: Joe D.

I would, however, trade that Wags for the right Old Tom.


(thanks for the kind words turner and jeff)

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Old 03-11-2008, 12:56 AM
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Posted By: Ken W.

Nice HOF pickups, Ben! My very first 19th century card was a Mayo Hugh Duffy.

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Posted By: Dustan Hedlin

My first group purchase of T206's, which gives me 25 different cards in the set. The Sheckard is my 8th Cub. My first mini goal in the set is to get all of the Cubs.


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Posted By: Joe D.

I have wanted this card for a while!

Although it doesn't quite have the pricetag of others.... I have to say this becomes one of my favorite Wagner cards in my collection - - maybe even my favorite. For tonight.... it for sure is my favorite. (Yes it is one of those pickups that I am excited about - please excuse my enthusiasm.)


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Posted By: marty q

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Posted By: Jeff W.

Joe D.

Oustanding Wagners! Have not heard from you in a long time, hope all is well.

Jeff W.

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Posted By: Jerry Rucker

Picked up this nice Hassan from Mr. Sloate tonight,
Thanks Barry

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1941 Billy Southworth

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Posted By: Dave F

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Much thanks to Russ!

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Posted By: Jantz

Nice pick-ups by all.


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Posted By: Mike Mccullough

FRom the BST... Thanks!!!!


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Posted By: Jeff Prizner

congrats on your 1st, gorgeous cards eh?

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Posted By: Rhett Yeakley

Some VERY tough 1923 Zeenuts (1922 re-issues with the Sepia accents)


-Rhett

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