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Old 08-19-2019, 12:10 PM
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Default REA - how'd ya make out?

Discussion aside from the hard midnight close, there were some very impressive items up for grabs last night. Who ended up as high bidders when the clock struck 12?

One lot coming my way - I've been keeping an eye out for one of these for a while, and was happy to add this one!
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Old 08-19-2019, 12:10 PM
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Honestly...I forgot about them. I wish I hadn't as I lost a lot I really wanted to win. It went cheap too.
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Old 08-19-2019, 12:19 PM
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That was a steal Scott, nice pickup!
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Love K-Bats. Nice pick up.
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Old 08-19-2019, 01:57 PM
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The photo was very under-priced IMO and the composite piece fits nicely with my other A's pieces
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Old 08-19-2019, 01:58 PM
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I won this one. Just missed out on the beautiful Nadja World's Champions Eddie Plank.
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Old 08-19-2019, 02:52 PM
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Happy to add this one to my Chase collection.

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Old 08-19-2019, 02:52 PM
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Won these two Old Judges, out of 9 OJ lots I bid on:


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I've always liked the Boston K-Bat. Great pick up at a great price.
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Great pick ups. This was my sole win
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Nice job David. The best two of the Brown’s Champs.
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I added the Colgan’s Square proof Waddell and 1908 St. Louis Browns team photo tri-fold postcard featuring Waddell
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My overpay for the night. But I really wanted it.
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Great stuff.

I won these.
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Old 08-19-2019, 03:29 PM
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Great stuff.

I won these.
Wow, a Brown Lenox and a BL 460. I guess you found something to spend on instead of that Cobb Red/ Lenox.
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Old 08-19-2019, 03:34 PM
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I added the Colgan’s Square proof Waddell and 1908 St. Louis Browns team photo tri-fold postcard featuring Waddell
Nice Joe...

That Browns Tri-fold is a beautiful piece at a pretty nice price. I love the Jackets they're sporting... especially displayed in panoramic style.

Speaking of the Brownies... did anyone here win Lot 1914 (the 1888 Browns Celluloid piece?) I thought that item was stunning as well, but it exceeded my budget with a late-night flurry.
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Old 08-19-2019, 03:49 PM
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Did anyone look at the Harwood Trade Card? Sold for $2500 less than consignor purchased it in 2005. I saw a similar card on Ebay over the weekend, though he Seller (who would appear to have sold a significant number of items on Ebay) specifically stated that it (the Ebay one) may be a reproduction. Just wondered about people's thoughts. Could just be that the consignor way over paid way back when.
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Not prewar, but I have been looking for a high grade copy of this and finally got it last night.
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Old 08-19-2019, 03:59 PM
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Michael, BAM!! That is how it’s done.

Steven, awesome.
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Old 08-19-2019, 04:04 PM
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Nice job David. The best two of the Brown’s Champs.
I have two other Browns Champs, and once I have these two in hand, I figure I might as well go for the whole subset.
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Old 08-19-2019, 04:08 PM
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I picked up the group of 4 1928 Major Drapkins...
and the 1968 Topps Bob Gibson Proof (unissued pose!)
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Great stuff.

I won these.
one of the nice things about t206s is that they can always be found in affordable grades. nice job.
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Old 08-19-2019, 04:14 PM
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I picked up a couple 1914 CJs for my set.

Marquard and Packard.

Both PSA 3’s.
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Old 08-19-2019, 04:30 PM
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I picked up a couple items, these being my two favorites. Been wanting a Winthrop for a number of years and forgot to bid on the one last year.
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I got curb stomped on every lot. great for the pocket book, horrible for the collection.
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Great stuff.

I won these.
Awesome pick ups Mike, congrats
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Had high bid on one card for about 4 hours Sunday, wasn't sure if I made a mistake. Eventually I was outbid in the overtime, and the next 8% I needed was too much IMO. "It" happens, as Forrest Gump says on TBS.
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Just this one, but it's the one I wanted the most:
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Picked up the 1909 Newark Eagles postcard and the McGinnity lot ( basically to upgrade my C46 in my set).
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I picked up a couple items, these being my two favorites. Been wanting a Winthrop for a number of years and forgot to bid on the one last year.
Two great pickups Richard! That Winthrop is too rare for it's own good. I was hoping to pick that one off late. That is one of the rarest postcard sets ever made and most folks don't talk about them.
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Great cards, all. That K-Bats team card is really cool.

If the winner of the OJ lots 78 and 84 wants to sell a Fogarty, let me know. Thanks.

I had the Sporting Times Keefe on my bidder card and was ready to take it if no one else wanted it, but it ended up selling over 10K. Was languishing below 2k for a long time. Congrats to the winner of it.

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Old 08-19-2019, 06:18 PM
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Is the image reversed on that Gibson?
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Old 08-19-2019, 06:44 PM
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Two great pickups Richard! That Winthrop is too rare for it's own good. I was hoping to pick that one off late. That is one of the rarest postcard sets ever made and most folks don't talk about them.
Jay, was it you who tried to snipe it at away from me at 11:59? I agree about the Winthrop being too rare. I wouldn't be surprised if there were a couple more, but I've only been able to find of 3 McGinnity, 1 Brown, 2 Mathewson, and 1 Dixon (Boxer).

For anyone not familiar with these, here is a animation of the Brown from the old cardboard website

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I unfortunately struck out in REA for the first time in awhile. Luckily they were nothing to get too upset over

Great pickups everyone!
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OT: I won a Bob Dylan handbill for a concert in my home town (Norfolk) during my senior year in high school (1966). Unfortunately, I didn't attend the show.

As to baseball, Chuck Stobbs and Hank Foiles were the battery for my high school (Granby) but long before my time ('46 I believe).
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Is the image reversed on that Gibson?
good eye Sean,yes it is...kind of:::

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On the offered card, Gibson is shown in a left-handed pitching follow-through pose, the result of a prank played by Gibson on the Topps photographer tasked with compiling images for use in the upcoming set. The prank was ultimately discovered by editors at Topps and corrected with the portrait image before the final run...

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That Winthrop is great!

I knocked off two cards I wanted, a 1962 Pittsburgh Exhibit Mays and a 1985 Star Jordan Slam Dunk.
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Was pretty happy to add this one.
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That Winthrop is great!

I knocked off two cards I wanted, a 1962 Pittsburgh Exhibit Mays and a 1985 Star Jordan Slam Dunk.
in this auction you'd have had some competition for that Mays - went cheap - had way too many other things to focus on this go round!
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So- with all the noise in the hobby- what does everyone think of the hammer prices in REA?

Anything go high?- low?

Did I overpay for my one win?
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a couple of Kbats for me and a lot of 20 '52 high numbers

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Mack cabinet to pair with my Waddell from the same studio session...

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Hey Andy, that's a great Tinker.
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Old 08-20-2019, 05:10 AM
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Jeff,

Glad to see the Mack find a good home, I traded that off several years ago and was very tempted to buy it back in the auction, but decided to let it find another home as bidding on other items escalated.
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Old 08-20-2019, 06:57 AM
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Thanks guys.


Andy- great HOF Lenox.

Jeff- Stunning image of Mack.

Anthony- Love the K-Bats! Great pairing.

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