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Old 02-19-2004, 11:02 AM
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Posted By: Tim Newcomb

First, thanks to Scott F. for posting the image posting instructions, which enables me to follow through on this:

Maybe I'm dumb, but I can't figure out what these are. I got a bunch on ebay for a song-- all Tigers and Cubs, which suggests the 1935 World Series as the occasion.

They are blank-backed and on reasonably thick stock (not like magazine pages). They are obviously trimmed. I don't expect them to be valuable, I just want to know how to catalog them.

Any ideas would be welcome--

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Tim

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Old 02-19-2004, 08:38 PM
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maybe Exh-unc......for exhibit-uncatalogued? You didn't say what size it is but it looks bigger than a normal card....the other catch-all could be H-unc....btw, your card went out yesterday.....another set down, eh? best regards

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Old 02-19-2004, 08:54 PM
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Hi Leon and all,

Yes, I did forget to mention the size. It's hard to say because of the trimming, but they were originally at least 5 x 7. Bigger than the typical Exhibit card.

Thanks Leon for Delhi!! An Obak set has bit the dust, ladies and gentlemen!

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