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Old 02-28-2013, 05:32 PM
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Default March Pickups....

With just hours to go until March, I figured why not start it with what I received today. A huge thank you to Cerberus!

1910 tax stamp, Factory No. 30, 4th District, NC

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Old 02-28-2013, 07:21 PM
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Thanks to Rob for this nice Pelican T210-8.
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With just hours to go until March, I figured why not start it with what I received today. A huge thank you to Cerberus!

1910 tax stamp, Factory No. 30, 4th District, NC

That is a beauty! Nice find!
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Default It's been a busy 2013, especially lately!

It's been a really good month so far -- when it rains it pours, I guess.

First, I reacquire three old friends of mine, signed T205s of Doyle, Bridwell and Jones:



Then, I acquired this really tough signed T206 of Al Bridwell -- love the specificity of the date on the back (yes, Bridwell always signed on the back of tobacco cards for some reason):



Lastly, I added another T201 with the Jefferson Burdick stamp. I now have two!

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Old 03-01-2013, 11:12 AM
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That's right I cant stop.
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For the T206 freak collectors. Thank You, Dave:
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Thank You, William, Sean and Great Lakes Auction House:
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how about a Goudey print error...
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Old 03-01-2013, 03:10 PM
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Default Signed T205's & T206 Bridwell

Jeff, congrats on those signed T205's! That signed T206 of Al Bridwell is amazing! Great pick-ups!!
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Always a sucker for great centering and color.

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I have no idea where you guys find this stuff, but, I'm going to start planting GPS devices on your cars.
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My first new Lajoie in a long time.

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Mac,

That's a great card. I bought it off eBay about two years ago before sending it to Joe in a deal. I thought long and hard about keeping it and selling the one I have that's in a 3 holder, because that one is such a nice-looking card. Who cares that it's in an "A" holder? Really nice pickup.

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1910 Kansas City Red Sox

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Old 03-01-2013, 07:18 PM
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It's been a really good month so far -- when it rains it pours, I guess.

First, I reacquire three old friends of mine, signed T205s of Doyle, Bridwell and Jones:



Then, I acquired this really tough signed T206 of Al Bridwell -- love the specificity of the date on the back (yes, Bridwell always signed on the back of tobacco cards for some reason):



Lastly, I added another T201 with the Jefferson Burdick stamp. I now have two!

Love these!
I do like signed cards with dates. For me, it adds a bit of personalization.
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Old 03-01-2013, 10:56 PM
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:34 PM
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just arrived - surprised to see it is a platinum print. Inscribed on the back: "Directions - keep in a dark place. Sincerely, [3 illegible initials] "

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Old 03-02-2013, 06:58 AM
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great cards guys!!
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:18 AM
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Scott, love the KC Red Sox. Do you know the names of any of the players?
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:36 AM
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Scott, love the KC Red Sox. Do you know the names of any of the players?
I'll either be smiling or crying when it arrives, but will defer on player i.d. until I can get a better look at it. So far, smiling:

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1910 Kansas City Red Sox
I think that's Casey Stengel in the back row, second from right.
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:43 AM
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Default Great pick ups evryone !!!

Thanks again for these two Jantz, I appreciate it !!!
My scanner is bunk so I sized these down to see if they present better without the black insert.

SGC 40 Johnny Kling P150
SGC 40 Cy Barger SC 350

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Old 03-02-2013, 11:47 AM
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Picked these up in town:

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Old 03-02-2013, 11:48 AM
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And last but not least:

Sincerely, Clayton
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My first Obak....

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I think that's Casey Stengel in the back row, second from right.
I hope so - that's the price I paid.
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Old 03-02-2013, 03:01 PM
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Received in the mail today and from the Philly Show.

E92 Nadja Doyle


E93 Donovan - 4 more to go


W554 Hoyt - Thanks Jimi!


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The Donovan is an upgrade (yet still trimmed); Bradley is new. Now at 64. BTW, I think my scanner has a dead spot as the "I" in Rice is missing on the scan of the Bradley, but it is on the card. Weird. Time for a new V33 I guess.
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Somehow I wound up winning two T211 Moran's recently. I would like to trade one of the Moran's for another T211 or similar set.

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Thanks to Dave for the Schulte/Jennings and Andy for Moriarty/White. The others were recently returned from SGC.
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Just came in today!
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T212-2's and T206's from eBay and Clean Sweep:
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Picked this up at the Philly Show to add to my growing collection of Yorks.

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Just 7 to go

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Old 03-03-2013, 07:49 PM
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Great stuff everyone.



Can’t decide which one I keep…guys your thoughts?
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Old 03-03-2013, 07:56 PM
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I like the centering on the sgc 60 better.
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Can’t decide which one I keep…guys your thoughts?
For me it would be the Piedmont but only by a hair. They are really close and it is more about what appeals to you more. I think the Piedy has a bit better centering.....but that is just my opinion. I think you should just keep both.
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I agree, the Piedmont.
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Old 03-03-2013, 08:01 PM
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Thanks guys I was thinking the same but the color on the 55 was just a tad better and the centering on the 60 was better...so I was beating my head aginst the wall a bit.

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Thanks Nate.
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Awesome card! I am a Hornsby fan and this card shows his swagger. I also like that you can see his baseball glove in his pocket.
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Picked this up. Obvious condition issues but you just don;t run across them that often. Maybe down the road a chance to upgrade.

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Congrats! You got it at a pretty reasonable price also. I was underbidder, but was caught up in Sunday evening grocery madness when the auction ended. I wouldn't have gone much higher anyway since I have one.. it's almost a mirror image of your's (only I paid more).
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Can’t decide which one I keep…guys your thoughts?
I'd sell both and buy more OJs

Seriously, I think the Piedmont back Matty looks better, not sure why I think this, it just seems like it has better color/registration.
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John, your OJs are ridiculous!

I'll throw in a vote for the Sweet Cap. The surface looks much cleaner, the Piedmont looks like its been handled more. If the SC didn't have the slight diamond cut it would be an even easier decision, for me.
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2 more for my SL subset. Thanks to Buckler Cards.
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