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Old 07-17-2017, 12:41 PM
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Old 07-17-2017, 01:44 PM
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JC -

Surely you have a better scan than that! Your scan is basement-worthy, but your cabinet would be front-and-center of the Hall in my mind!
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PM me your email address and a better scan you shall have. Just don't want to see a counterfeit pop up on the market like what happened when I showed a Cap Anson Cabinet longtime ago.
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Old 07-17-2017, 03:57 PM
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Ted that is amazing. And great story!

Thanks Brendan.

Yes, 1904 was a really interesting season.....and, especially the way it ended.

There's an excellent book regarding the 1904 season......"The Year They Called Off the World Series", by Benton Stark.

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But I haven't seen another.....
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I hope none of these items gets donated to a museum !!!! They will either be stolen or put into a basement and never be seen again. At least put them up for auction so a collector can enjoy it when you don't want it anymore.
Must be stupid to donate it to a museum. These are great items. Thanks to all for sharing.
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FAcinating stuff gentlemen. Very nice.
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I hope none of these items gets donated to a museum !!!! They will either be stolen or put into a basement and never be seen again. At least put them up for auction so a collector can enjoy it when you don't want it anymore.
Must be stupid to donate it to a museum. These are great items. Thanks to all for sharing.
I tend to agree with you, although I believe that it's "stupid" to donate is a bit harsh.

It costs money to maintain museum pieces, and many times the funds aren't there for the museum to do this. Personally, I would keep all of the posted items, or donate with wording the items are secured and permanently on display and I set up funding to maintain the items myself. I would also reserve the right to have items return to my possession at any time.
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1947 Original Photograph of Jackie Robinson as a member of the Montreal Royals, the Brooklyn Dodgers Minor League club in his 1st appearance at Ebbets Field during an exhibition game. The Dodgers would pick up Jackie's contract and officially promote him to the big leagues at the end of the day.

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Great stuff guys! That Mathewson pic is insane. I love pre-war baseball photography.
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