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Old 11-22-2015, 11:26 PM
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Not trying to sound cocky or arrogant, but I don't need a facial recognition guy. I've seen enough pictures of Paul Waner to know it's him.
What team is this?
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Love that Des Moines with Cicotte RPPC. Wish I could find a postcard with him in Lincoln. I do have a 1907 cabinet photo of the Lincoln team with Cicotte though.
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Most likely a team in Oklahoma which is where the Waners were from.
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Most likely a team in Oklahoma which is where the Waners were from.
Is there any info on the back? Postmarked? AZO Stamp box?
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Default Waner All Star RPPC

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Regarding your RPPC with Paul Waner as a minor league All Star - do you think that is brother Lloyd to the far right of the photo?

I have attached another RPPC from about 3 years earlier then your card, that has almost all of these same guys. What do you think?

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Not trying to sound cocky or arrogant, but I don't need a facial recognition guy. I've seen enough pictures of Paul Waner to know it's him.

I'm not trying to be cocky or arrogant either, but could could post that face in higher res? I don't know whether it's him or not.
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Brian,

My first time inputting a response on this site, so hope I am doing it right... Regarding your RPPC with Paul Waner as a minor league All Star - do you think that is brother Lloyd to the far right of the photo?

I have attached another RPPC from about 3 years earlier then your card, that has almost all of these guys. What do you think?

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Rick,

I do not think Lloyd is in the photo.
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Old 08-08-2017, 12:08 AM
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I'm not trying to be cocky or arrogant either, but could could post that face in higher res? I don't know whether it's him or not.
Mark,

This is about a hi res as I can get:
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Recent pick up which I am told, corroborated by a foremost rookie collector, is George Weiss. He (far left in regular clothes) made the HOF as an executive in 1971. It is my understanding there are at least a few of these known. Would love to see some other pre-rookie HOF rppc's if anyone has any they would like to share. It's interesting seeing our HOF'ers in their very early days.


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Here is an earlier George Weiss (holding bat at left) that I found recently - I would guess High School age around 1910.

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The 1908 Reading Pretzels featuring Home Run Baker. He debuted with the Athletics in September of that year. Not an RPPC but meets the other criteria.


This is the circa 1915 Portland, Maine Duffs coached by HOFer Hugh Duffy whom I believe is in the front row at right. Not a pre-rookie image but what the heck.


1926 Toronto Maple Leafs with 23 year old Carl Hubbell in the front row, still a couple of years away from the Bigs. Another HOFer in the guise of Lionel Conacher is seen in the back row at left. He is in Halls of Fame for hockey, lacrosse and Canadian Football.


Not an RPPC and no HOFers but I'm just itching to post it anyway. 1908 Richmond Colts featuring an essload of T210ers.



Don't have this postcard in hand yet. Won it at auction the other night. The AH claimed matter of fact that the gent at the very left is Casey Stengel with the 1910 Western Dental School ball club (? !). I don't think there's any way that it's Stengel but I liked the card all the same. If I'm wrong then I'll be stoked. Probably what we have is an RPPC of a pre-rookie dentist.
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