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Please quit posting in the wrong sections. I am tired of being traffic cop. Thanks.


I love these cards. Just too rare for their own good. Of course it's my second time to own them.... They won't go anywhere before the Luckey Collection II sale, hopefully in several decades.

E221 Bishop Team Cards...and an early card-quarter comparison.

Also, if anyone wants to post a few PCL cards it would be fine...might as well get some mileage out of it.

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I bid $25...oh this isn't the B/S/T auction page??
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I might put another up soon but otherwise didn't have any takers lately.

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Bernhard managed the Bees in 1917 and threw a few games in relief, going 2-0.
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Harry Krause led the AL in ERA as a rookie in 1909 at 20, with a mark of 1.39. He hurt his arm after that season, and found himself back in the minors. He pitched in the Pacific Coast League from 1913 to 1929, finishing his career with 309 pro wins.

The two Zeenuts were pick-ups from the Dallas Card Show a couple of weeks ago - $8 and $10 respectively.
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Love West Coast PCL baseball, here's a few.
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Just a smattering of the wide world of PCL cards, from 1909 to 1911 Obak artistry, to D310 and D311 Pacific Coast Biscuit beaters, to funny Zeenuts, to bunting for a base hit, and the heavy punchers of 1912

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PCL cards galore in our next auction that was just discovered in San Francisco. Collins-McCarthy Ruths, Mono, Zeenuts, HRK, Obaks everywhere -1,000+ cards.
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That's great news! when and where?
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Lou Criger had a brother in the PCL named Elmer




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so that's where your avatar comes from! A Perry for Perry.
Yup. I figured it would make sense to choose Hank Perrys Obak. While we arent related, he and I were both light-hitting lefties with the last name Perry, and neither one of us made their mark in the big leagues. So, whenI squint, I can imagine they made a tobacco card of me playing ball when I was younger. I almost feel like Im old enough to be on a T card.
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Here are Bill Rumler's four Zeenut cards, 1919,1920,1929 and 1930. In between he was banned by the National Association of Minor Leagues for his involvement in throwing games during the 1920 PCL pennant series. His ability to play again was reinstated at the end of 1928, and he was signed by Hollywood in the PCL, and thus appears in the 1929 and 1930 Zeenut sets.

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Hey! March/April Huggins and Scott. Still incredibly busy putting the auction together.
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I posted these new pick ups elsewhere, but I guess they look good here too.
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Something a bit different, and shelf of mostly PCL cards.
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Babe Pinelli who, of course, went on to a long career as an umpire (famously calling the final strike in Larsen's perfect game).

Adding that I am also loving this thread...PCL cards offer so much variety and lots of players on their way up or down.
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"You have to love the internet for what it brings to this hobby. Every so often I stumble onto a card of a player who catches my interest and I see what I can find out about him. Years ago, it was an all but impossible task. Today, however, with the vast array of information on the internet, a researcher can chase down leads and learn all about a player’s life in a few hours. I found one such player recently, Solomon "Solly" Mishkin.

I saw a 1928 Zeenut on Ebay of "Mishkin," whom the seller had further identified as Sol Mishkin--a distinctly Jewish name. "Sol Mishkin," I thought. No reference I’d seen for Jewish ballplayers listed him, and I soon determined that there were no records of his being in the majors as a player. Obviously, he was a career minor leaguer. The only information I had at that point was that he had certainly played in the PCL with the Seals, since he is on the Zeenut card. The normally blank card back did give me a little more information, stating in vintage handwritten ink that for 1930, Sol Mishkin played first base and hit .287 with 28 doubles, 15 triples and 2 homers.

By digging for more information about Mishkin, I learned that he was a Los Angeles resident and is featured as a professional baseball player in the Hollywood High School list of famous alumni. Hollywood and the neighboring Fairfax area produced a number of Jewish professional athletes, most notably for Los Angeles fans Larry and Norm Sherry, the brother battery of the 1959 Dodgers. Apparently Solomon Mishkin was an earlier product of the Los Angeles public high schools in the Hollywood area, which led me to think it very likely that he was a heretofore unacknowledged Jewish ballplayer with a Zeenut card. Hollywood High’s web site states that Mishkin played for the New York Giants, but I’ve not located any references to substantiate that claim.

From Hollywood High, Sol moved east to Occidental College, in Eagle Rock, an area of Los Angeles northeast of Hollywood. He was a star on campus from 1925-1927. According to Oxy’s online baseball hall of fame: "Outstanding left handed hitter and perfect fielding first baseman for the Tigers. He led his teams in hitting, extra base hits, and total hits all three years that he played varsity. During his career at Oxy he hit .500 and went on to play professionally for the San Francisco Seals of the Pacific Coast League. In his first professional at bat he hit a Home Run." The college honored Mishkin in 1987 with its Auld Lang Syne Award, which goes to alumni for "loyalty to Occidental College and the principle for which it stands."

I wasn’t able to confirm the first-at-bat-home-run story, but as noted, Mishkin was picked up by the Seals for the 1928 season. According to a January 16, 1928 newspaper account in the San Francisco Examiner: "George Putman, the robust fork man of the Seals, whose sensitive fingers are ever feeling the pulse of his public, has long hankered for a Jewish baseball star and now he has two of them. Solomon Mishkin of Los Angeles, whose inexhaustible supply of paprika challenged the attention of fans, and Syd Cohen of Texas, the fastest thing in the Border territory with the exception of the rum-runners, will take the field this season for the city’s baseball team." Cohen’s 1928 Zeenut is well-known and well-chased among collectors of Jewish baseball player cards. Apparently, Mishkin’s should be as well.

As a player, Mishkin fit the Mark Grace model of first baseman: no power. In 1928 Mishkin played 82 games at first base for the Seals, batting .274 with 13 doubles, 1 triple, 2 homers and 28 RBI. Despite decent batting averages in the so-called fourth major league, the light-hitting Mishkin did not make the show.

I do not know when Solly Mishkin finally hung up his spikes. I was able to learn that after his playing career was over, Mishkin went into a lifelong career coaching and managing. The year 1946 saw Mishkin managing the Amsterdam (NY) Rugmakers [really!] of the Class C Canadian-American League to a record of 61-58, good for fourth place. In 1947, under Mishkin’s guidance the Rugmakers finished only 1- games out of the playoffs, in third place with a record of 73-67. The best pitcher on Mishkin’s team, despite his 9-10 record, was Lew Burdette. Mishkin went on to manage college ball and must have been pretty good at the college game; in 1977 he was inducted as a coach into the City College of New York Athletic Hall of Fame.

From what I was able to glean, Solly Mishkin died in 1996. As for his cards, the 1928 Zeenut is the only one I’ve been able to find although there might be some obscure low minors team issue kicking around out there."
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E100s are a favorite largely because of some of the poses like Hitt. How often do we not see the player's face? Love these!

Leon--major card envy here for your E221 team cards. And Kawika, thanks for sharing such wonderful eye-candy especially Oana, and Val for your sterling "Peck" line-up.

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THE SAGA OF SOLLY MISHKIN

"You have to love the internet for what it brings to this hobby. Every so often I stumble onto a card of a player who catches my interest and I see what I can find out about him. Years ago, it was an all but impossible task. Today, however, with the vast array of information on the internet, a researcher can chase down leads and learn all about a players life in a few hours. I found one such player recently, Solomon "Solly" Mishkin...
Interesting. I'm a fan of Solly Mishkin because he starred for the semi-pro Brooklyn Bushwicks from 1935 to 1943. I'd love to get one of those Zeenuts of his.
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Thats a nice Peckinpaugh run Val, I really like the D311! Heres a hard one of him.
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This is from a 1991 Auction catalog. I wish I had gone to the preview and documented more of it. But even the covers are spectacular. If someone here owns it please post some of the interior I have wondered what it looks like for over 30 years.
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The coolest thing I ever got to write is undoubtedly an Obak uncut sheet about 10-12 years ago.
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Thats a nice Peckinpaugh run Val, I really like the D311! Heres a hard one of him.
Ed, thanks for the kind words. I like your D311 of Peck - I hope to land an example of this card some day.
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The description says that the album came with a full set of 175 cards aling with drawings of each teams mascots. Did the uncut sheet have all 175?
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The description says that the album came with a full set of 175 cards aling with drawings of each teams mascots. Did the uncut sheet have all 175?
No. 88 different
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The description says that the album came with a full set of 175 cards aling with drawings of each teams mascots. Did the uncut sheet have all 175?
Here is one of the images from the lot listing of the 1911 Obak sheet, and a link to the lot listing for those who might want to see more images (and the ability to magnify them as well), and to read James's write-up.

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