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Old 04-11-2017, 04:25 PM
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Based on a few people I have talked to it does seem like Cobb has been vilified a little to sell some books. I think this is one of the coolest Cobb items I have seen in a long time and it will be in our May auction:

https://sports.ha.com/itm/baseball/1...ription-071515
Pete, I STRONGLY disagree with you. This is THE coolest Ty Cobb item that I have ever seen. I absolutely love it. And if you will allow a 30 year mortgage on it, I will bid.

Thanks for the requests guys. I will post once I get a key card I am waiting on from Goodwin. I will do a group shot then. The horse-and-buggy that Bill used to ship the item should be arriving any month now.

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Based on a few people I have talked to it does seem like Cobb has been vilified a little to sell some books. I think this is one of the coolest Cobb items I have seen in a long time and it will be in our May auction:

https://sports.ha.com/itm/baseball/1...ription-071515
I have to agree 100% Peter. POP goes up on yet another new discovery as it seems to be happening every other year now.
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Cobb was definitely a unique personality off the field, but I think we can all agree that he was by far one of the greatest to step foot on a diamond


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I had this piece commissioned by a local artist.
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I love it Pete, but did he have to make the spikes so damn sharp? It's propelling the myth!!!😉 I love the two works of art side-by-side.
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Some of you wanted to see my Cobb's. I went pre-war just over a year ago, and have been focused on Cobb for the past year. More specifically, I fell in love with these beautiful and often ULTRA-rare early Postcards. It was no easy task gathering these postcards in such a short while. In fact, I am pretty sure Jeff Lichtmann, Kevin Struss, and JC Clarke all considered getting restraining orders against me at some point. But they were all amazing with helping me gather them, and teaching me a great deal about these rare treasures.
The only way I can get anything to upload here is by using a collage app. I did what I could. This is what I have put together thus far:
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Love the collage app and what a great Cobby collection you have amassed in such a short time. No restraining order nessesary as your "current market" offers are very nice and tempting to entertain. I have to stop selling/trading as I'm a collector and not a dealer! I'm glad I don't have to pick my favorite, but it would be one of the Christmas colors! (Rose PC or the Cracker Jack 14)
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I stopped making you offers when you rejected my offer of my house for your Hubel Ty Cobbzilla. You wont sell me anything, but you have always been informative and helpful from the day I first started harassing you.
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Great Cobb collection Orlando.
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