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Old 10-05-2009, 08:18 AM
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Default New Howe McCormack!

I have just started collecting the E96 set and won this last night on ebay:
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Since back damage matters little to me, imagine my surprise when the stamp on the back says "Howe McCormack"! I am not sure of the member of the Board who collects them, but this may have started him collecting E cards as well as T206s!
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Old 10-05-2009, 08:42 AM
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Ed McCollum is the collector that collects Howe McCormick back stamps. You should get in touch with him -- though I suspect he'll read this thread.
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Old 10-05-2009, 12:55 PM
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Default Howe's other cards

Afraid when I started this project, I had no idea there would be so many surviving cards from McCormick's t206 collection out there. No way I would even think of going after any other cards with his stamp.

However, if anyone is interested, I do know of a collector/dealer who does have five E96s with the stamp, who wanted to know if I was interested in them. I am not, but could certainly put anyone who is in contact with him. Let me know.

Again, thanks to everyone on the board who keeps on eye out for these. I've had to pass on several on eBay that just were too much for the budget at the time, but as of a package today from Greenmonster Auctions, I am up to 137 from Howe's t206 collection.
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That is impressive... Howe's looking down on us, and smiling!!
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137 is amazing, good for you Ed!
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Of all the great collections on Net54, Ed's is my favorite.

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I like your taste, ole friend.

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Had to bump this thread once.

I was just looking closely at my E96s and realized that my Arrellanes has the Howe McCormick back.

Wonder if he had the whole set.

Rob
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probably several times Rob. He probably had something crazy like 20 or 25 of each card...
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25 of each E96?
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We (Huggins & Scott) had a group of five E96's with a McCormack back a couple of years ago.

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