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Old 01-19-2011, 09:46 AM
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Old 01-19-2011, 11:00 AM
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Default This one is right in my wheelhouse!

I won't keep it simple with a regular autographed T206 card. I'll show this one, with Fred's own commentary:

"Yes - I was a catcher first"

Always wondered why these comments weren't on a T206 Snodgrass Catching pose card. I have always presumed that the autograph seeker either included one with this one, or otherwise asked about his catching days.

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I have a Cobb exhibit that the back has someone's shopping list written.

Sorry..I don't have scan of the back.
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Jason,
I noticed that purple star on your T206. Is this star on my T205 Wagner possibly from the same, one time owner?
Definitely looks like the stamps could have come from the same owner:

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I also have a T206 (Bender with trees) that has the Nelson Tisdel stamp on the back....
Great research and story, Tim. I did some similar research on a T206 Speaker with an Everett Campbell stamp on the reverse. Now I'm trying to track down the person I sold it to, as it was my favorite card (I believe I sold it to a N54 member.)
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Old 01-19-2011, 04:44 PM
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Default Purple star

I've seen at least 10 of those purple stars on T206's over the years. I'd say it was somebody's identication mark.
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Default Exhibits with Stats

I have several Exhibits that exhibit this on the back:



Or as Matt (Ghostmarcelle) described this in his ebay write up, "a rare Pirate back."

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Here is the one I have with a "Lloyd Bolton" stamp.
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Being a low to mid condition collector I have had the opportunity to come across some interesting T206 with stamps. I like the fancy script letter on the Turner card--is that an 'F' ? The Piedmont 350-460 series Lake card has the March 10 1911 stamp...perhaps when it was first acquired? As far as I can tell the Overall was first Milton Fuegy's card until his older brother George Fuegy swiped it from him. And I don't know much about the Cobb player of the Troit team, except that its previous owner thought he was 'O.K.'


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