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Old 03-10-2017, 11:16 AM
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I think that makes it a 1 of 0 according to Ted's method.

Hey Glenn

I don't quite understand your comment....please explain ? ?

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Old 03-10-2017, 11:30 AM
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Certainly. In the original post you said you were basing the determination of uniqueness on the numbers in "the Pop Reports." Then David said "neither PSA nor SGC list any [BL 350 Quinns] in their pop report." Thus, he owns 1 of a card which, according to the method you cited, has a population of zero. That's all.
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Old 03-10-2017, 12:41 PM
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Glenn

Perhaps, I was not clear in my original post here. Or, you may be misconstruing the meaning the word "unique" as I have applied it here.

I'm not basing the "uniqueness" of a given T206 on Pop report data. I simply refer to the Pop report data as possible supporting evidence.
The basis for me saying a certain T206 is unique is strictly based my 37 years of experience collecting T206's. For example....I have never
before seen the McGraw and Herzog with UZIT backs. Furthermore, I have contacted many veteran T206 collectors, who told me that they
have not either. Therefore, in my opinion it's fair to conclude that these two T206's are unique (at this point in time). Sure, 2nd's (or 3rd's)
of these guys may eventually surface. But, as of March 10, 2017 these two T206's remain unique.


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Default Show us your "unique" (1 of 1) T206 cards.

Here's a cool Snoddy Batting:

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I'll throw into this mix a T206 proof.....unique, or what ?





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Love those proof. I've got to get me one someday.
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To date....this Herzog and this McGraw are unique, as they are the only the UZIT cards of these two subjects (according to the Pop Reports).

I traded for the Herzog with my friend in North Carolina in 2010. And, I recently acquired an old T206 collection which included this McGraw.
Both cards were raw, originally.

Recently, I sold the Herzog to David Hall. Like Kenny Rogers used to sing about cards: "there is a time to hold them, and a time to fold them".

So, let's how many more unique T206's are out there in Net54land....so why not show us your's ?


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This is how the pop reports get out of whack. David probably had the Herzog
crossed over.





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He did the same thing with a Conroy Drum and who knows how many other
low pop cards.








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This is how the pop reports get out of whack. David probably had the Herzog
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Maybe not. The Herzog has me confused. Ted bought it from a friend in 2010 and recently sold it to David Hall. But an Uzit Herzog (in the same SGC holder) sold in REA in 2013. So is there more than one?

http://www.robertedwardauctions.com/...-only-example/
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Maybe not. The Herzog has me confused. Ted bought it from a friend in 2010 and recently sold it to David Hall. But an Uzit Herzog (in the same SGC holder) sold in REA in 2013. So is there more than one?

http://www.robertedwardauctions.com/...-only-example/
David has all the cards for the most part....
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