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Old 03-14-2017, 12:00 PM
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Ted, I wasn't questioning your statement perhaps the wording in my post
wasn't the best. I was questioning if he might have received a favorable
grade based on PSA's grading standards. The Herzog clearly has part of
the name and team cut off.

Pat

You may be correct in that observation.

I'm not much of a fan of the card grading system. I think that some times it can be quite arbitrary. For example,
I refer to the AB 460 Jennings card which I posted. First graded "Authentic", subsequently graded SGC 60.
Hey, I'm not complaining. I like the Ex grade (which, in my opinion this card should have been graded initially).







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Ted- did you crack out the Jennings from its "A" slab and resubmitted raw? Nice bump.
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Old 03-14-2017, 01:28 PM
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Ted- did you crack out the Jennings from its "A" slab and resubmitted raw? Nice bump.
Hi Mike

Absolutely yes !

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This AB 460 Jennings card was a unique T206 when I acquired it years ago. It was graded SGC A. Recently, I have seen one more.

I am displaying the 2 scans here of the same card. A couple of years ago, I cracked it open and submitted it to SGC. This time SGC
graded it an SGC 60. Check out SGC's Pop report, you will see two cards listed for this AB 460 Jennings....a SGC A and a SGC 60.
They are one-in-the-same card.





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Here's the other SGC 60 that I used to own. Sold to a fellow board member in '14

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Back long before grading companies broke out different T206 tobacco company reverses, and because I no longer have the card, so no scan possible, I held a PSA 7 Griffith batting with a Drum reverse, so sweet it breaks my heart to even think about it. For all I know, David Hall has it in his private vault.
I have the Drum Griffith card but only a PSA 2
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Old 03-15-2017, 05:07 PM
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This T206 was ungraded for a long time; and, during that period it was unique. In recent years I had it graded.
But, it's no longer 1 of 1. Now there is another Elberfeld / DRUM graded (PSA 3).


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Old 03-16-2017, 08:27 PM
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While we are on the subject of DRUM cards, I think my Frank Delehanty DRUM may be a unique T206 card.
I'm curious if anyone else on this forum has seen (or has) another one ?


A-B-C-D connection of my favorite T206 subject in the 350-only series.

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While we are on the subject of DRUM cards, I think my Frank Delehanty DRUM may be a unique T206 card.
I'm curious if anyone else on this forum has seen (or has) another one ?


A-B-C-D connection of my favorite T206 subject in the 350-only series.

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Old 03-18-2017, 07:47 PM
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Thanks, Eric


A Net54 "reader" emailed me regarding SGC's Pop report indicating a Frank Delehanty DRUM card listed SGC A. I informed him that I think that is my card.
Circa 2007, I acquired this Delehanty. It was in an SGC A plastic. And, I cracked it out of the plastic and placed it in high quality mylar.

My experience in tracking DRUM cards indicates that quite a number of the T206 Minor Leaguers from the 350-only series appear to be 1 of 1 cards. So, it
would not surprise me if another Frank Delehanty / DRUM never shows up.


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