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Old 12-06-2018, 12:33 AM
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Bryan, if my sums are correct (it's late, and I'm tired), the combined PSA & SGC pop reports show the following totals for all players in each of these American Caramel sets:

E121 (both series) - 7,199 cards
E122 - 275 cards
E126 - 841 cards

So, it appears that it should be easy for you to complete an E122 set.
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Nice cards, Val. I think I have seen more mistaken identities of these than most other cards. Many times, especially by folks outside of the hobby but also some insiders, they are labeled E121.

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Bryan, if my sums are correct (it's late, and I'm tired), the combined PSA & SGC pop reports show the following totals for all players in each of these American Caramel sets:

E121 (both series) - 7,199 cards
E122 - 275 cards
E126 - 841 cards

So, it appears that it should be easy for you to complete an E122 set.
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Thanks for all of the info guys, that is helpful. Is E122 tough enough to be one of those sets where we might not have a complete checklist?
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Set is next to impossible! I have needed 8 cards for Ions.....

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Thanks for all of the info guys, that is helpful. Is E122 tough enough to be one of those sets where we might not have a complete checklist?
I added a Jennings I think to the checklist last year? I think it was Jennings.
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Thanks Dan - I almost posted that I thought you added one to this recently but I wasn't sure if I had the set wrong. The back says series of 80 - did Jennings make 80 or are we still a few short?

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I could see confusing it with an E220
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Correct me if I am wrong, but the W575-1 Ruth from 1922 is even more rare. And the E121 George Ruth variation from 1921 may have the W575-1 beat rarity wise.
I'm not sure how many George ones are out there. I'm thrilled to own the one I do. I may have the lowest condition one there is but I got one!

I think I remember hearing maybe 5 or less on the George 1921 E121-80 variations? Anyone have an accurate count on confirmed copies?
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i'm not sure how many george ones are out there. I'm thrilled to own the one i do. I may have the lowest condition one there is but i got one!

I think i remember hearing maybe 5 or less on the george 1921 e121-80 variations? Anyone have an accurate count on confirmed copies?
6 psa; 5 sgc
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6 psa; 5 sgc
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I think I remember seeing an old auction description mentioning 3 or 4, but it was an old auction. I wonder what could be crossovers and/or mislabeled cards though too?
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