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Old 05-01-2021, 05:15 PM
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Let's get it started.... I don't have any new cards yet!
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Old 05-01-2021, 05:26 PM
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My 1910 S&H Green Stamps Pittsburg Baseball Club PC SGC 1. Should have this arriving this week from REA


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Nice pick up Ben, can I get one of those with these bags of S&H Green stamps me Mum left me?

1911 T217 Mono
Member pick up, thanks Mac.
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Nice pickups guys! Just got these two.
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Another E90-1 I got today.
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Another E90-1 I got today.
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Nice Ben! I feel like I recognize a couple dudes on that PC.
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Number 279 of 281 EPDGs.....2 more to go!

Happy to add Mr. Cobb!

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Finally landed an Ott I like!

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Surprise local find of a card I've been searching for a good while now.
Even with the typical toning, the '32 US Caramel cards are always really pleasing to me for some reason.

And a couple of post-war pickups came along with Big Poison.
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Surprise local find of a card I've been searching for a good while now.
Even with the typical toning, the '32 US Caramel cards are always really pleasing to me for some reason.

And a couple of post-war pickups came along with Big Poison.
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Picked up one of my Unicorns.
About as high up the CJ14 ladder as I'm going to climb, just a few more to complete my run. Fortunately, I had a consignment do well so I could defray the majority of the cost.
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Always willing to jump at the chance to pick up an O'Doul, even a somewhat blurry one like this 1933-36 Zeenut.

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Picked up a cool barnstorming Ruth/Gehrig signed photo from Oct 12, 1928 along with some 1920 Universal Toy cards.
With Ruth and Gehrig cards approaching the stratosphere, the signed photo seemed like a bargain!!
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Number 279 of 281 EPDGs.....2 more to go!

Happy to add Mr. Cobb!

That's a beauty Jeff, good luck with the last two.
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Thank you Pat!
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About as high up the CJ14 ladder as I'm going to climb, just a few more to complete my run. Fortunately, I had a consignment do well so I could defray the majority of the cost.
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To many to name
But what a Fast Start for May for some nice looking and Unique Card

Ben Nice 1910 Post Card
Jeff nice Cobb with the El Prince Adv Back
Phil Nice Eye Appeal on the CJ Cobb
Jim Wow on those 1920's Universal Toy Cards

Keep those cards coming enjoying seeing them all

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Picked up one of my Unicorns.
About as high up the CJ14 ladder as I'm going to climb, just a few more to complete my run. Fortunately, I had a consignment do well so I could defray the majority of the cost.
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Beautiful Cobbie Phil!
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Took a shot at a raw card and am pretty happy with the results: a Zeenut year that is tough to find with a coupon and a pretty good player as well (I assume this is Doc Crandall since the year and team matches up). According to Baseball Reference he won over 300 games when his major and minor league records are combined and according to Wikipedia he was in the inaugural class of the PCL Hall of Fame in 1943.

Another benefit of raw cards is that they scan much better (at least with my crappy scannner where I can't adjust the focus).
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Took a shot at a raw card and am pretty happy with the results: a Zeenut year that is tough to find with a coupon and a pretty good player as well (I assume this is Doc Crandall since the year and team matches up). According to Baseball Reference he won over 300 games when his major and minor league records are combined and according to Wikipedia he was in the inaugural class of the PCL Hall of Fame in 1943.
That is Doc Crandall, who evidently was the first MLB pitcher to be used consistently as a relief pitcher, and was given the nickname Doc by Damon Runyon who said Crandall was "the physician of the pitching emergency." Which of course is pretty cool.

Besides multiple Zeenut cards, Doc is also seen in the T205, T206, T207 and Cracker Jack sets, as well as others.

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That is Doc Crandall, who evidently was the first MLB pitcher to be used consistently as a relief pitcher, and was given the nickname Doc by Damon Runyon who said Crandall was "the physician of the pitching emergency." Which of course is pretty cool.

Besides multiple Zeenut cards, Doc is also seen in the T205, T206, T207 and Cracker Jack sets, as well as others.

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And he's in my personal "All-Otis" HOF.
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Net54 coming out of the gate strong like Medina Spirit.

Chris, that Yum Yum is amazing, you don't see those everyday.
Nice to see Matthew find an Ott that fits his centering ocd.

Bringing one of Leons 2015 Orphans back to the clubhouse. I believe its currently the only known example of an orange backed Weaver type 2 E100.
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That is Doc Crandall, who evidently was the first MLB pitcher to be used consistently as a relief pitcher, and was given the nickname Doc by Damon Runyon who said Crandall was "the physician of the pitching emergency." Which of course is pretty cool.

Besides multiple Zeenut cards, Doc is also seen in the T205, T206, T207 and Cracker Jack sets, as well as others.

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Crandall was also a very good hitter, and in 1914 for the St. Louis Terriers in the Federal League he was also used a second baseman. Which worked pretty well, as that year he went 13-9 with a .309 average and.429 OBP. He hit .285 for his major league career, and in the minors he hit as high as .356.
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I've never seen that one before, Chris. Great card.
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Love that card, Phil. Congrats.

Love that Yum Yum too...so many great cards after 4 days...

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Chris, that Yum Yum is amazing, you don't see those everyday.
Nice to see Matthew find an Ott that fits his centering ocd.

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Incredible card Chris.

Only to be followed by another incredible card Phil! I only know of that Orange Weaver and two Green Weavers.
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Nice card! This is one of the remaining 15 cards I'm looking for to finish my '33 Goudey set, the price scared me off a few times, and of course now I wish I'd pulled the trigger months ago. Congrats!
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