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Old 02-22-2011, 06:24 PM
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Default show your 1921 Herpolsheimer's Boys Fashion Shop cards

I just got this card about two weeks ago for my fred toney collection from fellow board member frank ward. I couldn't believe I got a one of a kind fred toney for my collection. I wanted to start this thread to see if the board in fact owned all the 60 or so cards found from this set. I was also curious to see if any had any information on how the set was found, and where this store was located etc. Special thanks to Frank for cutting me good deal on this card. Lets see everyone's cards from this rare set!

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Old 02-22-2011, 06:39 PM
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I've got 4...
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Old 02-22-2011, 08:24 PM
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Nice cards Rhett. Thanks again for the tip on the toney helmar stamp I bought. That brings us up to five cards from the group.

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Old 02-22-2011, 09:06 PM
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Just put mine out of reach for safekeeping. Bill Killefer, Clyde Milan, John Graney. Other informational threads already exist I'm sure. Just do a forum search ! Love to add a few more when price is in my ballpark
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My only contribution - also via Frank



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I have 1--an absolute fav.--framed, as is much of my type collection.
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Old 02-22-2011, 10:57 PM
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I was lucky to pick up 11 of them when they ALL showed on eBay about 6-7 years back. Many of them picked up while there still was a debate as to whether they were authentic or not.

At one time I had roughly 1/7th of all the Herps out there

Somewhere I even have a list with prices realized for each of the cards.

The first couple weeks (original seller sold them a few per week) the cards went for as low as $50 ea. but by the end (when everyone knew they were authentic) they jumped a bit and were selling for 2-4X that.

PS. The Ruth was last one sold and it brought $7,777, and Cobb brought $1,526

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I have Stengel but no scan of the front
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I have the "Kid" Gleason. I think it also came from Frank (but not sure). Maybe Frank remembers.

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Ya the Gleason was one I had I only have 2-3 of them left now.
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