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Old 06-13-2007, 08:36 PM
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Posted By: Dave Hornish

I have none but would like too see yours!

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Posted By: leon

This is a very tough type card but there are much tougher...as for sets I think I know of one person that is almost complete....

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Posted By: Dan Kravitz

I was fortunate enough to view a collection of cards in the spring and the guy had a complete set. It was unreal. So at least one set has been assembled. That feat would be impossible to do today.

Nice card Leon!

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Posted By: leon

I thought the person needed 1-2 but that was a year or two ago..so I am glad to know he/they are complete on it.....

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Posted By: Dan Bretta

I think Don Steinbach had a set of T208's that were sold as a complete set by Mastro many years ago. I suppose that set was broken up?

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Posted By: Cobby33

Who has one for sale (singles, not sets)!

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When was the last time one of these was even seen at auction?

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Posted By: leon

It's probably been 4-5 years since I have seen one at public auction (don't hold my feet to the fire that's what I think I remember)....I got mine from a Lipset auction....I have only seen about 3-4 for sale in my scant 10 yrs in the hobby....I know JC has one, great one Bruce has here...and I am sure there are some other lurkers or board members that have them but don't care to show them....One of the toughest T cards for sure...though I know one that's about 50x scarcer....I would swag a guess at 50-100 T208's in the hobby....just a guess though....regards

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Posted By: barrysloate

In my entire career in the hobby I've handled exactly zero T208's.

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Posted By: Wesley

Jay Behren had six T208s including five Hall of Famers. Not sure if JAy mentioned that before.

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One sold on ebay in 2005.

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Posted By: bruc e dorskind



Robert Edward Auctions sold a Fireside from The Dorskind
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Posted By: Bruce Babcock

I just checked my records and discovered that I got my T208 from David Bryan (ebay) in January of 2001.

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Posted By: Bobby Binder

There is a trend whenever certain cards are discussed on this forum they magically start appearing on eBay.

Have a feeling it won't be happening with these....

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Posted By: Glen V

Here's mine. It's got some flaws, but that kept it cheap. Won it for a whopping $400+ in the early days of Ebay.

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Posted By: Dave F

I was curious Bruce, as I'm sure others are what kind of deal you got yours in that good of condition for back in 2001. Obviously you don't have to say...but rest assured you'd make some money off it today.

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Posted By: Dylan

Maybe we should all start referring to our collections in the third person, designate them with our last name to give even more importance to us, er me

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Posted By: leon

About 5 yrs ago they were going for 2k-3k each...they would be worth multiples of that today....




1911 T208 Cullivans Morgan sgc40 2075.
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Posted By: jay behrens

I know of one complete set. Not sure if it's the same person that was mentioned earlier. I've also heard rumors of a second complete set, but haven't had it verified by anyone. I also know of at least 2 others that are couple of cards short of the set.

That makes for around 70 cards among those 4 people and one of them has several duplicates to trade for cards they need to complete their set.

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