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Posted By: Dave F

I don't own any (yet)..but love these old cards like this...if you have one please post it!

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Posted By: leon

Since I have most of my collection scanned it's easy for me to throw stuff out here...always an interesting suit on this one.....and speaking of T209's...

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Posted By: Brian

I can't find a scan of my Mohler, but here is dstudeba's (hope you don't mind me sharing Dan )

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Not a card, but a newspaper supplement....

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Not a card, but this pin pictures Ed Barrow in a suit sitting in front of Honus

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Just sold this in the BST thread.

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couldn't help myself

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Posted By: dstudeba

Well Brian already posted my favorite, so here is my second favorite :

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Posted By: mr. moses

nice snag on that B/W Tobin I wuz right behind ya - I shudda set my snipe a wee bit higher......

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Leon in what capacity was that guy on the card affiliated with baseball? He looks like ready for a circus performance

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Posted By: scott brockelman

to get more on him, although no definitive answer is known at this time.

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Posted By: mr. moses

that it was quite clear whom the individual is. Perhaps I was confused by the oblique nature of the T209 thread?
(edited to add that I hadn't yet followed the continuation of the T209 thread and the further investigation.....)

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Posted By: dstudeba

mr moses -

Thanks for the compliment. It is my first B&W and I got slammed on a Kelly a month or so ago so I wanted this one.

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Here are four dapper gents:



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A couple more...




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Posted By: scott brockelman

I have shown this a couple of times before,sorry for the others but for the life of me I can't figure out how to crop them out.


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Posted By: Zinn

Now... right click the pic, click copy and paste in your pictures.

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Not exactly cards, but suits.




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wow...definately some cool items guys

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But still works, I hope. Arguably one of the more interesting and overlooked post-war cards (Topps '59).


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Posted By: Dylan

Scott if you have microsoft paint, open the picture in the paint program, go to image on the toolbar, then attributes, and you can adjust length and width which will delete the excess photo you dont want. Since it deletes photo from the righthand side and the bottom you also need to use the flip/rotate thats also under "image" on the toolbar. Doing this I can rid of everything but the card I want to show in pictures I have.

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Posted By: Frank Wakefield

Some time back someone asked about Billy Sunday stuff, and I knew I could eventually find mine... I imagine he has a suit on under that.

The card is postmarked Oct 7, 1908, stamp is gone. "I am going to hear him tonight if nothing happens. Emma" was the message mailed from Jacksonville IL to Franklin IL.



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Posted By: Frank Wakefield

And I know Fatty wasn't a ballplayer. But he once owned a team and made it onto a fine ZeeNut. Now if someone can tell me the card type....

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Frank,

You may want to post your Arbuckle question on the NS board. I think it came from a W series of actors/actresses. Someone will know.

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I think it was W519-1 but not positive which W519 series as yours was cut a little short at bottom......

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Well a club president... at least a ball card.

1931 Cubs Picture Pack, Bill Veeck, member of baseball's Hall of Fame.

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