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Old 04-15-2017, 06:29 PM
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I thought I'd add the last piece of the 1888 puzzle, an Omaha card. This card was listed in the book, as one might expect, as a pose of Joe Miller. However, after publication, it was noticed via comparison to Tug Wilson's glass plate negative (also pictured in book) that this card pictures Tug Wilson. This led to an article by Joe and myself in Old Cardboard and the reclassification of three Joe Miller poses to being Tug Wilson cards. Thus, the number of subjects in the Old Judge sets now stands at 522. Note: For those who still believe that the name on the card rather than the image determines whose card it is, the number of subjects in the set is still 522. Wilson would not count but Struck would.
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Old 04-19-2017, 04:36 PM
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We still need an 1889 Minneapolis card to finish out the Western Association Old Judge run. I'm sure someone can fill this in. If we can do this it is really a pretty neat group accomplishment.
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Old 04-20-2017, 07:23 AM
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We still need an 1889 Minneapolis card to finish out the Western Association Old Judge run. I'm sure someone can fill this in. If we can do this it is really a pretty neat group accomplishment.

Here ya go!
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Great card Kevin--fantastic contrast and interesting large left border. I also am a big fan of those bat at side poses. Also nice to see someone else's fingers in the image.
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There are some amazing Old Judge groups and singles in the current REA. One of my favorites is the Old Judge card of baseball pioneer Bobby Mathews (I have no vested interest in this card).
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Sorry for coming late to the party, but there have been a lot of distractions lately.

I'll try to post what I have periodically in some logical groupings as I unearth them from storage.

1888 Des Moines
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Those are beauties Kevin, especially that scarcer Orator Shafer card.
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They're all not that beautiful. Wait until you see the rest!
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Next in line...

1888 Kansas City Blues
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