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Old 08-06-2022, 01:40 PM
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Default A couple beautiful 19th Century cards

A fairly new content creator released this video today. There are seven cards, two of which are from the 19th century.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxl6AoBjd34

The other five cards are pretty nice, too...especially if you're a fan of Post-War vintage.

Enjoy the cardboard eye candy!
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Old 08-06-2022, 02:54 PM
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I skipped to the good stuff. That Clements would never get an 8.5 under the “newer” standards. Even under old standards, that divot in the back should knock the technical grade down significantly. That said, it is a GORGEOUS example of an OJ. I could stare at that one all day long.

The guy's a bit of a bobo too (sorry if you know him). Yes. NM/MT+ = 8.5. Not rocket science.
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Beautiful cards, but why do you tubers have to burn 10 minutes of tape telling us they're about to show us something special over and over. 30 minutes for six cards, reminds me of Geraldo and Capones vault.
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Eric, thanks for sharing my channel, much appreciated.
Check out my pickups from The National video
Thanks again, Orlando
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Old 08-06-2022, 06:34 PM
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Here is some eye candy, Video I took at the National
The best collection I have ever seen:

https://youtu.be/t9lSnTMZyQo
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For the most part high grade copies of relatively common cards. Ken need to branch into the 19th century and add some rare cards.
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Great Keefe and particularly nice Clements. Jack Clements is extremely underrated. One of the best defensive catchers of his day and a good hitter to boot.
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