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Old 03-30-2017, 01:34 PM
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You could also buy original photos of them. You can get a lot of interesting other displayable collectibles of them toom.

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I think the T205 grouping suggested by Ken is the way to go. The Evers, however, can to tough and expensive. Why not include a T205 of 3rd baseman Harry S. to complete the infield.. He undoubtedly participated in a few double plays himself.
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What backs are your cards David?
Nothing too fancy.
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I've always loved the T202 (not mine):
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Nothing too fancy.
Still very nice
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Both the E91A and E91B American Caramel sets have all three players in their lineup (the fronts are the same for both issues for these players). Not too popular, but still (in my opinion) decent facial representations of Tinker and especially Evers. Chance is kinda iffy in my opinion.

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Both the E91A and E91B American Caramel sets have all three players in their lineup (the fronts are the same for both issues for these players). Not too popular, but still (in my opinion) decent facial representations of Tinker and especially Evers. Chance is kinda iffy in my opinion.

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Both the E91A and E91B American Caramel sets have all three players in their lineup (the fronts are the same for both issues for these players). Not too popular, but still (in my opinion) decent facial representations of Tinker and especially Evers. Chance is kinda iffy in my opinion.

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The scarce mini-Chance. Nice..

and here are some PE2's I used to own. I wouldn't count on duplicating these...

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I've always been partial to the T206 portraits:

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