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Old 12-04-2018, 05:38 PM
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Old 12-04-2018, 06:14 PM
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Old 12-04-2018, 06:38 PM
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Hi

Ideally it would be part of a trade for an early Babe ruth.
But I would sell to flip that to buy an early Babe ruth.
Anyone interested can message me

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Old 12-05-2018, 01:19 PM
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Here is my cup of tea as it relates to Joe Jackson memorabilia. It satisfies my photo and card lust and is insanely rare. It is a Type 1 Charles Conlon photo used for his playing days w514 baseball card. It is an amazing piece and one of the very best known original Type 1 photos of Joe Jackson.
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Here is my cup of tea as it relates to Joe Jackson memorabilia. It satisfies my photo and card lust and is insanely rare. It is a Type 1 Charles Conlon photo used for his playing days w514 baseball card. It is an amazing piece and one of the very best known original Type 1 photos of Joe Jackson.
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Old 12-10-2018, 11:19 AM
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Great photo of Joe. Always enjoy seeing the ones used to make cards even though I don't collect them any longer. My budget just couldn't be stretched further than the card habit in the long run.

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Here is my cup of tea as it relates to Joe Jackson memorabilia. It satisfies my photo and card lust and is insanely rare. It is a Type 1 Charles Conlon photo used for his playing days w514 baseball card. It is an amazing piece and one of the very best known original Type 1 photos of Joe Jackson.
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Great photo of Joe. Always enjoy seeing the ones used to make cards even though I don't collect them any longer. My budget just couldn't be stretched further than the card habit in the long run.
Understand... I started collecting photos because my budget at the time couldn’t even support pr/f graded cards i wanted. Here is another cool JJ in my collection from 1919 used for an important piece of memorabilia(notebook). It was shot by another legendary lensman, Paul Thompson.
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Here is my cup of tea as it relates to Joe Jackson memorabilia. It satisfies my photo and card lust and is insanely rare. It is a Type 1 Charles Conlon photo used for his playing days w514 baseball card. It is an amazing piece and one of the very best known original Type 1 photos of Joe Jackson.
Why should I not be surprised you snatched that one up Ben. A sensational Joe Jax image that found its rightful home!

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Old 12-14-2018, 06:34 PM
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Hi

I enjoy my Jackson collection but would consider moving my 1917 Boston Store and/or my 1914 CJ Joe Jackson for an early Babe Ruth or higher end Joe Jackson

If interested reach out direct thru Net54

If not I will just hold on and enjoy

Lastly thanks for everyone sharing there posts, photo’s and knowledge

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