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Old 03-29-2017, 11:51 PM
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Default Tinker to Evers to Chance -- what should a Cubs fan look at?

I'm a big Cubs fan and have been enamored with the past year's team, for obvious reasons. However, I only really collect 1933 and 1934 Goudeys from the pre-war era.

If I were to combine my love of Cubs and baseball cards and start to look for Tinker/Evers/Chance cards to maybe display somewhere in the house or at my work desk, what cards do the Net54 experts say to look towards, all price ranges from $0.01 to $1 mln (dreaming isn't illegal, right?).

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Look at T205 Gold borders. Very nice cards from 1911.
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I've always loved the T202 (not mine):
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Might I suggest that for the final display you incorporate an original box score? They are easy and inexpensive to get, and add a nice touch.

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You could always print out the poem and do something nice with the style and framing.
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'Fault', Tennis13: It is Tinker, not Tinkers

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Look at T205 Gold borders. Very nice cards from 1911.
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Easy as pie.
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'Fault', Tennis13: It is Tinker, not Tinkers
"big" fan means fat fingers.

I noticed immediately, and tried to change title and could not without duping post. So it lived.

Edit: done. Thank you for the net54 UI lesson.

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Easy as pie.
Very nice. I am up to 134/154 of my cubs T205 fronts/ reverses. What backs are your cards David?
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