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Old 03-29-2017, 03:45 PM
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Default Let's See Some of Burdick's Cards

Who has cards, sports or non sports, that belonged to Jefferson Burdick?
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Old 03-29-2017, 05:21 PM
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Hi Bryan,

I have a couple non sports cards:

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What impact does a Burdick stamp have on pricing?
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Old 03-29-2017, 07:28 PM
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What impact does a Burdick stamp have on pricing?
Not much!
I inquired about having my boxing card pedigreed by SGC & they said no.
Guess they assume anyone can buy a stamper & turn any card into a Burdick owned collectible
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Not much!
I inquired about having my boxing card pedigreed by SGC & they said no.
Guess they assume anyone can buy a stamper & turn any card into a Burdick owned collectible
Suppose that makes sense. I'd like to own one of his cards and wasn't sure if there would be a premium.
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Well, someone could offer me twice the market price for mine and the answer is "no". Owning something Burdick owned is interesting to me as a lifelong student of the hobby.
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Signed by Leifield, but stamped by Burdick. I have a theory that Burdick traded this to hobby pioneer John Wagner, who would get signatures on pre-war cards through the mail. I really love this card for so many reasons!
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Great cards, guys! This stamp is much more interesting and appealing than the supposed F. Scott Fitzgerald "F" stamp.
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