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Old 12-10-2021, 12:17 PM
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[QUOTE=On another note... in my research, I have also discovered that the 1948 date assigned to the Old Gold cigarette cards of Jackie Robinson is incorrect. Both cards were released in 1947. The Kneeling in Dugout card was actually released in September of 1947, and the Leaping card was released in October of 1947. As such, neither card was released in 1948 as was previously believed.

In fact, the Kneeling card that I own features a hand-written date of Sept 30th, 1947 written in pencil on the front of the card.[/QUOTE]

Other than the pencil marking, which could be unreliable, are you able to share what other information leads you to believe the Old Gold cards date to 1947? Thank you very much!
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Memory Lane, Inc has a very nice write-up on the Jackie Robinson Bond Bread set in their latest auction catalog using much of the research I've posted here.

Some strong prices lately.
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Memory Lane, Inc has a very nice write-up on the Jackie Robinson Bond Bread set in their latest auction catalog using much of the research I've posted here.

Some strong prices lately.
The write-up is in need of some copy-editing, but it conveys the information in dribs and drabs in between the overused adjectives. I would love to see the facts laid out in simple, straight declarative sentences with citations to relevant authorities.

I am more grateful each auction that I went on a Jackie Robinson card buying spree when '42' was released.
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The write-up is in need of some copy-editing, but it conveys the information in dribs and drabs in between the overused adjectives. I would love to see the facts laid out in simple, straight declarative sentences with citations to relevant authorities.

I am more grateful each auction that I went on a Jackie Robinson card buying spree when '42' was released.
Definitely could use some copy-editing. I'm glad they used a lot of my research, though. I just wish they would have given a little bit of credit.

I hear you, though. I am beyond grateful I completed the set when I did. I just wish I never sold my '48 Leaf!
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