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Old 08-12-2018, 10:38 AM
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Default Rick Ferrell Rookie

I realize Oldcardboard.comís data is very outdated regarding the HOF RCs, however Iíve never been comfortable with it declaring the 1931-32 Exhibit as being its true RC especially considering it says Richard Farrel (spelling is wrong), and Rick Ferrell is not actually pictured! So do you consider the 1933 Goudey itís true RC?

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Old 08-12-2018, 01:37 PM
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It's about the loosest interpretation of a rookie card that you could imagine, but I get why some would consider it as such. Kinda like the 1959 Topps football Jim Taylor rookie that pictures the wrong Jim Taylor. That said, I agree with most of Old Cardboard's choices for HOF RCs. After all, they give several options for each. Which others do you disagree with?
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I personally consider the earliest card to be one showing them in the majors a rookie, whether it's a strip card, exhibit, a pin, etc.
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