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Old 11-27-2020, 02:22 PM
Ricky Ricky is offline
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Default Made a neat discovery a few days ago

About a year ago, I had purchased an Al Demaree card of George Blaeholder on ebay. It's a pretty rare set from 1934 and I only had one other in my collection, so I grabbed this one for a good price. The other day, I was looking through Frank Slocum's book, "Classic Baseball Cards" from 1986, which I hadn't looked at in years. When I came to the spread featuring Al Demaree cards, lo and behold, the Blaeholder card that I had purchased was the one that was photographed for this book... it has distinctive discoloring that popped out to me.
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