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Old 12-14-2021, 11:09 PM
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Will a 1 of 1 do?



This series of 10 cards was issued in a horizontal strip. It uses the same images as the ca. 1925 4-on-1 Exhibit cards with boxers and baseball players. The stock is much thinner than Exhibit stock. I have only seen the Cobb once: this one. Uncatalogued until I catalogued it.

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Surprise, I may have the least desirable rarest card. My R308 Type 2 (large size) self-developing Tattoo Orbit of Pepper Martin is, as far as I know, one of a kind. The only other player I have ever seen for Type 2 is Jimmy Foxx.

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I'll show this card since there are others from this set currently on the front page auction going on.

Edit: Actually, I stand corrected. Card is from a different set than the front page auction.
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Here is an uncataloged 1968-70 Shillitos Johnny Bench.
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Not sure how rare this one is but it is not a One of One
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33 Briggs Ruth Total pop 7 between PSA, SGC
21 W516-2-3 Ruth Total pop 6 between PSA, SGC
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One of these cards from my Dots Miller collection has to be the winner unless I'm forgetting something
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I'll show this card since there are others from this set currently on the front page auction going on.

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Phenomenal!!! I love coming to this site and seeing things I've never seen before. Tremendous card, Gary!
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Wonderful cards shown already....Type card collectors have a small advantage...

The Ruth is about the same height as the Collins...scans and all...
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Here's one of the prize-winning cards from the 1968 Atlantic Oil set. With only a few $100 prizes, there were only a handful made and I have never seen another one.



This Ruth is rare, but not as rare as the other cards shown in this amazing thread. I just love the way it looks...and it really bugs the guy who sold it to me when I post it.



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Nice looking Breisch
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1968 Clemente test disc is the only 1 graded and the only 1 I have ever seen. The Wagner is 1 of 2 graded Marten's examples (I suppose more may exist raw).
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1968 Clemente test disc is the only 1 graded and the only 1 I have ever seen. The Wagner is 1 of 2 graded Marten's examples (I suppose more may exist raw).
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This series of 10 cards was issued in a horizontal strip. It uses the same images as the ca. 1925 4-on-1 Exhibit cards with boxers and baseball players. The stock is much thinner than Exhibit stock. I have only seen the Cobb once: this one. Uncatalogued until I catalogued it.

Here's the Al Simmons from the same strip issue:

Is that pic definitely of Cobb? For some reason my first thought was it didn't look like him.
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I know this is a contradiction in terms, but I have too many to list. I'm not bragging. I'm simply a type collector in part of my collection. Still, here is one:
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I think this is the highest graded copy (out of 2 or 3 total?) - Regardless, I'm super happy/excited/grateful to have it!

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I have quite a few Japanese cards that are unique or have known pops in the single digits, if you want to count those (a couple examples below). If not, PSA has graded only five copies of this type I Carey. (Type II much more common; I don't know how many SGC has graded.)
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One pre-war and one modern
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Some amazing cards on this thread. I have numerous cards that are 1 of 1, especially if you consider front-back combos. Here are a few of them plus a few other super rare ones that are fund to look at

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Couple of very rare postcards; the Williams is one of two I believe
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Only example known, and pre dates the find.
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Not sure if this qualifies but they were produced and given out to dedicate the opening game in KC in 1886.

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I guess it would be my N403 1888 Yum Yum Tom Deasley SGC 5. Scanner I can understand coming in '22.
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This Ruth is rare, but not as rare as the other cards shown in this amazing thread. I just love the way it looks...and it really bugs the guy who sold it to me when I post it.

Actually I own one of the
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Actually I own one of the Jean-donat Ruth cards and they are very very scarce. Only 6 of these cards have been graded. 1 by CSG graded a 1.5, 2 by PSA graded a 1 and a 1.5 and three by SGC graded a A, a 1.5 and your 6. You have the best one and they are not readily available. Nice card.
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Probably the highest value one-of-ones I own.
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Probably this one. 1975 Hostess panel unpublished George Brett rookie
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Is it just me or is the detail on that Titus T206 proof much more detailed than found on a regular one??

I was thinking the same thing. It is very striking


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Is it just me or is the detail on that Titus T206 proof much more detailed than found on a regular one??
That Titus is an amazing card. Nearly all of the cards from the find of T3 and T206 proofs have superior colors and detail.
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Actually I own one of the Jean-donat Ruth cards and they are very very scarce. Only 6 of these cards have been graded. 1 by CSG graded a 1.5, 2 by PSA graded a 1 and a 1.5 and three by SGC graded a A, a 1.5 and your 6. You have the best one and they are not readily available. Nice card.
Thanks; that's why I bought it years ago. Would swap for a 1933 Goudey Ruth, if anyone is interested
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