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Old 04-11-2024, 06:26 PM
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Fantastic cards, Al & Luke.
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Love the Broadleaf Collins Luke... very cool
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T206 Broad Leaf Dummy Taylor.
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The rarest card in my collection and one of the coolest

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Some of my rare Cubs/White Stockings stuff.

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I think this is pretty rare. Haven't seen too many of them let alone the full deck (minus the Jokers), and this one is from the company that made the ruth monument statue for the park.

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i find the caption interesting on this. I have both variations but neither has caption regarding mays fan club collection?
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This is mine the topps Presentation Board for the 1980 topps coins with 2 gold Reggie Jackson's and Silver Steve Garvey's
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i find the caption interesting on this. I have both variations but neither has caption regarding mays fan club collection?
It's just a notation about the former owner. Rick Kendall for many years was atop the Master Mays set leaderboard (until he sold off his collection in 2018 or 2019). He got PSA to note that these pieces were from his collection, which he dubbed the "Mays Fan Club Collection".

Turns out that I have basically the same card with the same ownership provenance on the label, just without the 7-Up notation.
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This is my 2nd a Cuban Matchbox with Cuban Tax Stamp still intact and unused of Dick Sisler
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It's just a notation about the former owner. Rick Kendall for many years was atop the Master Mays set leaderboard (until he sold off his collection in 2018 or 2019). He got PSA to note that these pieces were from his collection, which he dubbed the "Mays Fan Club Collection".

Turns out that I have basically the same card with the same ownership provenance on the label, just without the 7-Up notation.
ahhhh...that makes sense. I also have both variations.
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ahhhh...that makes sense. I also have both variations.
Awesome. The 7-Up version is definitely not easy to find, in my experience.
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Hi Ken, hope all is going well for you. What can I trade you for your 1-of-1 Leader Theatre card of Peck, which would make a nice companion card for my similar Leader Theatre of Sam Rice?
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