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Old 07-14-2017, 03:32 PM
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A nicer one has been shown. But I love this card! A little rough but its the very tough George Ruth e121 version...
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Here is mine a 1928 Harrington's the same photo as the 1917-1920 FELIX MENDELSOHN (M101-6)
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The toughest issue of that Ruth pose is the Koesters Bread...Anyone have one to post..George Ruth...Blank Back... Thicker card stock then the W575
Can't get much tougher than the Holsum Bread issue, can it?
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I don't think I've shown this for a while, but here's my beater partial sheet of the E121 salesman sample with Ruth on it. I believe Heritage had an immaculate full copy of this that didn't sell a couple of years ago.
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VERY cool!!! Thanks for sharing.
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I don't think I've shown this for a while, but here's my beater partial sheet of the E121 salesman sample with Ruth on it. I believe Heritage had an immaculate full copy of this that didn't sell a couple of years ago.
Don't remember seeing that one. Very nice.
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I don't think I've shown this for a while, but here's my beater partial sheet of the E121 salesman sample with Ruth on it. I believe Heritage had an immaculate full copy of this that didn't sell a couple of years ago.
That is awesome.
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Very cool cards everyone. One of the best cards you can get for the price IMO. An early card of the GOAT pitching? I'm surprised they're not six figures. I'd buy one in a second if I had the money
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I don't think I've shown this for a while, but here's my beater partial sheet of the E121 salesman sample with Ruth on it.
Man that is a great sheet...besides the Ruth there is Cobb, Speaker, Alexander, Johnson, Hornsby and Sisler, all HOF heavyweights, and Baker, Kelly and Wheat thrown in too.

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