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Old 09-18-2001, 07:11 AM
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Posted By: Scott Forrest

Very nice board with a lot of cool features. Here is my favorite non-existent card (T206 Speaker portrait)- hopefully I can get this feature to work:

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I am sure BTuttle will be selling one just like it on Ebay soon!!!

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Old 09-18-2001, 09:52 AM
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Posted By: leon

T204- Ramly-Cobb that isn't......T204 Mathewson that isn't, as well as several others for that series....the Just So series would have many that did not make it (although all were Spiders) as well as the Lone Jack series could.....best regards

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Old 09-18-2001, 10:33 AM
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Posted By: Andy Baran

Just to name a few that would be on my Wantlist if they existed:

1895 Mayo: Cy Young, John McGraw, Willie Keeler, Jesse Burkette

1903 E107 Breisch Williams: Sam Crawford, Mordecai Brown

1909 T204: Too Many To Mention

1915 Cracker Jack: Babe Ruth

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Posted By: Marc S.

Personally -- I would have loved to see an E97 Briggs Candy set with about 10 - 20x as many players as it has.

1915 Cracker Jack Ruth is a good one.

But how about a T206 Joe Jackson? I'm not even a huge fan of his -- but that card would have been HUGE...sporting the Philadelphia uniform, etc.

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Posted By: HalleyGator

How about ANY real cards in the 1920's OTHER than crappy strip cards????

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Posted By: Brian Daniels

The action poses would be of him at thw National bickering with SGC graders over the grading of his Kelly!!

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Posted By: Andy Baran

I don't know how I missed that one.

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Posted By: Andy Baran

Some of the best cards ever made were produced in the 1920's. However, they were produced in Cuba, not the US. Sets such as Billiken, Tomas Guiterrez, Aguilitas, and Nacionales are among the most attractive sets ever. Not to mention that they are loaded with American Negro Leaguers that are not available in US sets. I have many of them on my website:

http://www.geocities.com/mostly_rookies/index.html
(You may need to copy/paste the link to get it to work)

There is also a great web page maintained by Ryan Christoff:
http://www.geocities.com/brass_halo/CubanBaseball.html

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i dont remember where i read it but wasnt Joe Jackson in the southern league at the time of the T206 set being made and someone had found proofs of southern league players that were not in the T206 set....i could be remembering this wrong,but that would mean that at least theres a chance of a T206 Jackson proof card existing now or at one time....can anyone confirm this? John

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