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Old 12-01-2016, 07:26 AM
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Default December Pickups

I posted this on the memorabilia side but just in case more consider this a card.
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I was following it and am glad a forum member got it. I love seeing it. Congrats too!!

ps...to me it is a card but it's debatable
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Acquired late last month from Leland's: 1929 Cienfuegos RPPC, featuring HOFers Willie Wells (back row, 2nd from left) and Cool Papa Bell (front row, 2nd from left). My first career-contemporary card of Cool Papa!! Tough one to knock off the want-list.
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Acquired late last month from Leland's: 1929 Cienfuegos RPPC, featuring HOFers Willie Wells (back row, 2nd from left) and Cool Papa Bell (front row, 2nd from left). My first career-contemporary card of Cool Papa!! Tough one to knock off the want-list.
Awesome! Congrats Ken!
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From LOTG. Small Type I photo from Babe Comes Home. Cool piece. Post card sized.

Now all I have to do is find the movie and I never work again.
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Thanks, Derek!
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These both came in today, so i will consider them december pickups.
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From LOTG. Small Type I photo from Babe Comes Home. Cool piece. Post card sized.

Now all I have to do is find the movie and I never work again.


Steve - while not 'Babe Comes Home', there is a Babe Ruth short film as an in-advertised bonus on the DVD 'For Love of the Game' - very cool!

To access it, you have to answer several perfect game trivia questions - not real hard...and the short is worth the price of the DVD - IMO

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I was following it and am glad a forum member got it.
Same here. Such an amazing card. Congrats!


Great pickups all around! December is starting off quite well.
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Steve - while not 'Babe Comes Home', there is a Babe Ruth short film as an in-advertised bonus on the DVD 'For Love of the Game' - very cool!

To access it, you have to answer several perfect game trivia questions - not real hard...and the short is worth the price of the DVD - IMO

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These both came in today, so i will consider them december pickups.
Love those Cobb rookies.
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Only a day in and already a bunch of incredible stuff! Great pickups, y'all. I really love that Cool Papa Bell RPPC.
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Old 12-02-2016, 06:33 AM
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Acquired late last month from Leland's: 1929 Cienfuegos RPPC, featuring HOFers Willie Wells (back row, 2nd from left) and Cool Papa Bell (front row, 2nd from left). My first career-contemporary card of Cool Papa!! Tough one to knock off the want-list.
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Heritage winnings which just came.... Very excited about the pair of Honuses (or are they Honii??)....
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Heritage winnings which just came.... Very excited about the pair of Honuses (or are they Honii??)....
Scott I will say the "Honii" are pretty sweet. Nice Clarke too. Congrats on those.
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Received this T212-3 1911 Ryan Obak today in the mail from LOTG.

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Acquired late last month from Leland's: 1929 Cienfuegos RPPC, featuring HOFers Willie Wells (back row, 2nd from left) and Cool Papa Bell (front row, 2nd from left). My first career-contemporary card of Cool Papa!! Tough one to knock off the want-list.
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Some recent pick ups....

In 1931 Ruth hit .373 with 31 2b's, 46 HR's and 163 RBI's. Not a bad year.



Lefty had a pretty good year in 1930 as well. 28-5, 2.54 ERA and 208k's. Oh he also had 9 saves.



And a Greg Bussineau win last night...

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Thanks to Kevin from Baseball Rarities and QuietCornerTrading
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Some recent pick ups....

In 1931 Ruth hit .373 with 31 2b's, 46 HR's and 163 RBI's. Not a bad year.



Lefty had a pretty good year in 1930 as well. 28-5, 2.54 ERA and 208k's. Oh he also had 9 saves.



And a Greg Bussineau win last night...

Really nice AB, Dean
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Received this T212-3 1911 Ryan Obak today in the mail from LOTG.
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I love the way you focus on your niche! You can be both a type collector and a niche collector simultaneously.

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Great pickups everyone! Orlando Especially love those Cobby's.

Here's a couple landed today...
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Picked these up for good prices (I thought) last night from PWCC. Tried to get the E101 Davis and Kotton Lobert also but came up short. Was also hoping to pick up about ten E121s including one of the WaJos, but a few minutes before the auction ended my wife started batting her eyes at me. Yada yada yada, I didn't get any E121s. Was quite the dilemma though

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Picked these up for good prices (I thought) last night from PWCC. Tried to get the E101 Davis and Kotton Lobert also but came up short. Was also hoping to pick up about ten E121s including one of the WaJos, but a few minutes before the auction ended my wife started batting her eyes at me. Yada yada yada, I didn't get any E121s. Was quite the dilemma though

This reminds me of a Brad Paisley song - I'm Gonna Miss Her.

VERY nice pickups. Beautiful cards.
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Last night's PWCC takeaway. I was hoping for the Patsy Dougherty Hindu, but the price ended up being a smidge over budget. Anyhoo, this makes 2/11 cards for my Kling back run!
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Happy with this one from LOTG. Kling was the Cub catcher when they won pennants in 1906,1907,1908 and 1910. They would have probably taken the pennant also in 1909 had Johnny Kling decided to play ball rather than shoot pool.
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"Ol" Pete and my Heritage win showed up today.



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[quote=DeanH3;1608033]"Ol" Pete and my Heritage win showed up today.

Love that thick-bordered Speaker, Dean.
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Added two cards for my Cubs collection




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Love that thick-bordered Speaker, Dean.
Thanks Sam! I'm definitely a sucker for big borders.
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That completes my color run of e94 Terry Turners.
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Right on, Pete. I know you have been after that bad boy for a long time. Now you need my Baltimore Newsboy!
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My modest pickup
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..Just picked up the Type 1 Hartnett ; that completes the base set of 121 Type 1's. I now finally have all the cards from all five Types except one single card. The hunt continues.....This type 1 Hartnett is a very short print.Took a looooong time. I love this hobby.

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Signed by photographer, dated, and Red Ruffing (RedSox) on the mound!

Absolutely breathtaking!

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PS Don't laugh at the saran wrap on left end......the glass broke there and I just covered that part of the photo up. Facts about this incredible photo:
#1 4 feet wide (7” by 48”)

#2 Photo by local Boston Photographer W.W. Somers (signed and dated by artist)

#3 At least 25 advertising signs that are all readable and crystal clear

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#5 Of all the fans you can see, there is literally only 1 woman that I could find

#6 Hall of Famer Red Ruffing (Red Sox) is pitching to Yankee Johnny Grabowski #8

#7 According to CF clock, the time is 4:18 pm which makes sense (photo is 1st inning of 2nd game of doubleheader)

#8 On this day, on this field Babe Ruth was 3 for 9 with 3 RBIs and 2 stolen bases

#9 On this day, on this field Lou Gehrig was 1 for 5 with a HR, 2 RBIs, and 3 walks

#10 On this day, on this field Bill Dickey was 2 for 3 with a HR and 2 RBIs

#11 Attendance was 28,000 at Fenway Park that day

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#16 (as pointed out by David McDonald in this thread) Until 1933, there was a 10-foot incline in front of the then 25-foot wall in left field wall at Fenway Park, known as “Duffy's Cliff.” It was named after outfielder Duffy Lewis, who mastered the 15-degree incline.

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What an extraordinary panorama and wonderful snapshot in time! I'd love to peruse it inch by inch with a magnifying glass. The clarity is terrific. I particularly like the fans with their heads turned to the camera. It's like they're the photo's subject and the rest is just phenomenal background.

I looked up the game's account in the next day's New York Times and have attempted to attach it to my post. It's a large file and am not sure if the whole thing will post or if it will be legible but here goes.

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David, Could you post the link to that article? I'd like to print it and keep it with the photo. It is a bit tough to read form old eyes!

Thanks! Mike
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Great photo! WW Somers was a pretty prominent Boston photographer, his image was used for the 1915 Ruth rookie postcard as well...

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Fantastic Fenway panoramic! I certainly am a jealous Red Sox collector!
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Thank you all. I especially like the left field wall where the Green Monster currently sits. The ads on the wall are crystal clear. Love the clock too! This moment in time is pin-pointed by the clock!!

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Thank you all. I especially like the left field wall where the Green Monster currently sits. The ads on the wall are crystal clear. Love the clock too! This moment in time is pin-pointed by the clock!!

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That panoramic view is amazing, love the adds on the outfield wall, my contribution - arrived today.
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Old 12-09-2016, 12:33 PM
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Bill,

Love the Gehringer! I met him on golf course in the 1980s in Cooperstown and I was talking so many stats to him as he was refusing to sign, his wife finally said:
"Dammnit Charlie, sign for the boy so he will go away!" , he then signed my baseball and I ran to my envious friends!!!

Peace, Mike

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