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I will call him...Mini-Lefty

Those are fantastic! I need a Lefty and 4 others for the set, assuming we have discovered all known minis
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Got this E106 Speaker many a moon ago as a placeholder for the tough E90-1 Speaker card that shares the same front. Still doing a really good job holding that place.

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Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins passed away, so in honor of a man who boldly went where no man has gone before:



and for good measure, a Skywalker



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not baseball but what the heck here is another one
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1920 W519-1-1-20 by Greg Martin, on Flickr
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Missed that one. Love the DeMarees too. Nice
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I am skipping ahead on the Portland to do this Steen. This is not certified, and of course, I want it to be genuine, but I donít want to send it in. What do you guys think, is this autographed by Steen? I included a know signature for comparison, there are others on eBay. If so, it is the only autographed D310 I have seen.
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A couple of E107s
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I am skipping ahead on the Portland to do this Steen. This is not certified, and of course, I want it to be genuine, but I donít want to send it in. What do you guys think, is this autographed by Steen? I included a know signature for comparison, there are others on eBay. If so, it is the only autographed D310 I have seen.
Not even close to being an expert, but it certainly looks like it could be his signature. I don't remember seeing any signed D310 before either.

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War torn T210-3 of Hank Gowdy, appropriate for the WW1 and WW2 veteran.

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Clark Griffith chose "The Boy Wonder" at age 27 to be player-manager of the Senators in 1924, and he immediately led the team to their only World Series Championship during Griffith's reign as team owner and GM. Stanley "Bucky" Harris also led the 1947 NY Yankees to a WS Championship.
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Here is Bucky in his second stint managing Washington.
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Default W516 Walter Johnson (sorta)

I guess the stunt man was ambidextrous.

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I have been unsuccessful redeeming this 30% off Coupon of Roger Bresnahan.

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Not even close to being an expert, but it certainly looks like it could be his signature. I don't remember seeing any signed D310 before either.

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This T207 Broadleaf card is of Boston player Sweeney. Based upon its condition, however, perhaps it is more appropriately a victim of Sweeney Todd.

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One Seinfeld reference deserves another



This one also is real and spectacular:

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E104-1 blank back of Eddie Collins on his birthday.
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Well happy birthday Eddie

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1949 Sommer and Kaufmann by Greg Martin, on Flickr





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The only Tolstoi I've gotten my hands on for my Providence set.

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Although Ray Schalk wasn't one of the Black Sox, this E126 American Caramel of him messed up big time.

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Thanks. Iíve got some crappy ones, too, though. Trying to get a whole set on here one day at a time. Brian has the ones Iím missing.
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And Ed has the ones I'm missing. Vintage card synergy in action!

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Probably not 1915 factory issued.

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Henry "Hank" W. Schreiber played in the major leagues over parts of five different seasons for five different teams. He had 18 hits in 96 career plate appearances.

Schreiber accumulated some strange records such as being the only player to play for five major league teams in five non-consecutive years, never playing on more than one team per season, and never at any point appearing in the majors in two consecutive seasons. Another record was that he played for the most major league teams without ever accumulating enough career at-bats to officially qualify as a rookie (since tied).

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1919-21 Barker Bread W514 by Greg Martin, on Flickr




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I have a lot of OBAKS, and they don't always get the love that other tobacco cards get.
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Default 1923-24 Nacionales Emilio Palmero

Emilio A. Palmero. Pitcher with 6 wins and 141 innings pitched in MLB. He played in the Cuban Leagues for eight seasons with Almendares, Habana, and Almendares and parts of five seasons with four different MLB teams: New York Giants (1915-17), St. Louis Browns (1921), Washington Senators (1926), and Boston Braves (1928). He also pitched 17 years in the minors.

Palmero was inducted into the Cuban Baseball Hall Of Fame in 1954.

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Back when it was almost a requirement that ballplayers sported mustaches...1887 Old Judge of Ezra Sutton.
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The bread backs are so tough; nice to see one.

slight change of pace for me because why not. Here is an H815 Adam Hats Jake LaMotta, early 1940s. Same image as 1948 Leaf but a few years earlier.

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Greg, here's another Barker Bread card - one that I'm thrilled to have:
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Seeking very scarce/rare cards for my Sam Rice master collection, e.g., E210-2, W504, & Queen City Cigar. Also T216 Kotton "NGO" card of Hugh Jennings. Also 1917 Merchants Bakery of WaJo.
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That's a nice one. Don't recall seeing the complete 'Barker Bread' before.
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Did you hear what happened to Helena Rubenstein? Max Flacked her.
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Flacked her? Flack you.
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Default 1923-24 Thomas Gutierrez Jose Rodriguez

El Hombre Goma

Jose "Joseito" Rodriguez. "El Hombre Goma". 24 hits in 165 plate appearances across 3 MLB seasons. Rodriguez was an infielder who played in the major leagues for the New York Giants (1916-18). He also played (primarily as a first baseman) and managed in the Cuban leagues.

Rodriguez was inducted into the Cuban Baseball Hall Of Fame in 1951.

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