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Old 01-06-2019, 12:27 PM
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I have to agree with Burdick on this one. Whenever I mount my cards into an album, I only use glue made of boiled up horses hoofs. I will only settle for the best.
Time to call PETA?

Does anyone know how often updates were released? Sounds like a fun hobby collectible.
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Barry frequents that little sundry shoppe near Belmont Race Track, where he buys his Triple Crown Glue.
I actually have a big investment in a rendering factory. Nothing like the smell of glue early in the morning.
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Old 01-06-2019, 04:52 PM
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Here is a copy of mine, with the unique stain
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Old 01-06-2019, 05:34 PM
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Thanks Mark! That now brings the known count to a whopping 11... Who else can fill out the third row? Updated pic below.

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Old 01-07-2019, 09:59 AM
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Here is mine. I am not sure it's listed.

To the OP- Please quit PM'ing me with questions. Any question about the ACC can be asked here, publicly. Based on the PM's I hope this whole exercise wasn't to try to increase the value by showing how rare these are. They would be more valuable if there was more demand but many of these were kept over the years. Now, if you have ACC supplements, that is another level of scarcity but the value still isn't a ton due to lack of demand. Good luck either way. Many of us study the old history because we like it, not for any money that can be made from it.
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Old 01-07-2019, 08:22 PM
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Leon,

Your's does appear to be an add. That put's us at 12!

As for your other comments, I love the history of card collecting perhaps more than I do collecting cards. I feel pretty confident in saying that my thread is not news to anyone on here. We all know that the early ACC's are tough, especially 1939. No hidden agenda on my part. Feel free to delete this thread if you want.

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Old 01-07-2019, 08:36 PM
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Updated pic with Leon's added. Enjoy!
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No reason to delete a thread. I was just making a comment. Obviously myself and several others on the board enjoy studying the history of the hobby. And actually, even if it was only monetarily motivated, it's not a problem. I was sort of referring to all of the PMs (I guess from the non sports side) which I was a part of, somehow or another. But if you enjoy studying the history of the hobby for other than a flash ( of time) in the pan, all the better. The more the merrier. I am sure there are more than a few members who have one but won't really chime in. Most members don't post, they only read. To each their own. Happy Collecting.

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Your's does appear to be an add. That put's us at 12!

As for your other comments, I love the history of card collecting perhaps more than I do collecting cards. I feel pretty confident in saying that my thread is not news to anyone on here. We all know that the early ACC's are tough, especially 1939. No hidden agenda on my part. Feel free to delete this thread if you want.

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Old 01-07-2019, 11:22 PM
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Thanks for posting the 1943 supplement Leon. I have not seen that. I have a 1949.

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interesting now the 1943 Supplement values 66 cards at $2.00 a piece, of which the T206 Wagner and Plank are just two of them.
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