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Old 05-19-2017, 10:38 PM
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I guess I have been exceptionally lucky, but I do not recall having any N172s that were so curled that I feared what might happen if I slabbed them.

I will say, however, that if I DID have one that curled, I would probably opt to not send it for encapsulation.
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Here are a few Sioux City
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Here are a few more but all Des Moines. Have a DM Owen Patton N173, will dig out and post later. Last I knew it was uncatalogued. Gotta say I love this thread. Keep the pics coming. If anyone wants to part with any DM or SC old judges in any condition,please let me know.

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Nice group Craig! I would love to see the cabinet.
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Haven't come across the Patton, but here is Schildknecht. I like the little crooked tree by his right knee.

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Nice assemblage!

I like that you have the matching N172 and N173 od Schildknecht.
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Sorry for coming late to the party, just didn't see this earlier. Unlike a lot of you others, I don't always have the nicest N172s but, I have a few. I believe these include all the Western Association players I have. Sorry if I duplicated any earlier ones already posted.

By the way, on the second to the last OJ posted, Sowders with KC, you'll notice what appears to maybe be some paper loss on the front at the bottom where the first part of the words "Cigarette" and "Goodwin" are missing. That is not the case though as there is no paper missing and somehow those letters never got included as part of the picture. I don't remember seeing that before on any other OJs. Is that something normal that has occurded with other OJs or maybe it is just a known issue with this particular card? Curious if anyone has any thoughts or input on that. Thanks.
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Old 10-30-2017, 09:23 PM
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Nice cards everyone.

Hello Bob,

Your Sowders card is neat, could be explained by something/anything that would have blocked sunlight through the glass plate negative while developing the print. Could have been a drop of ink on the negative, a corner of overlapping paper, etc. I have a Stump Wiedman OJ with the left side (well beyond the border) omitted in a fashion similar to the bottom corner of your Sowders.
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Nice cards everyone.

Hello Bob,

Your Sowders card is neat, could be explained by something/anything that would have blocked sunlight through the glass plate negative while developing the print. Could have been a drop of ink on the negative, a corner of overlapping paper, etc. I have a Stump Wiedman OJ with the left side (well beyond the border) omitted in a fashion similar to the bottom corner of your Sowders.
Thanks Joe,

Interesting and good to know. I think I have couple more WA OJs buried at home still. If I can find them I'll scan and post tomorrow. Thanks for the info. Just out of curiosity, does the missing print add or even detract from the value, or it really a neutral effect?
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Just out of curiosity, does the missing print add or even detract from the value, or it really a neutral effect?
I suppose if you have OCD [or you are a professional third party grader ],the missing letters would bother you. Speaking only for myself, as long as the picture is nice, that "defect" wouldn't bother me.
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