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Old 02-08-2019, 06:52 PM
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Default E122 Bodie

See scans below of Ping Bodie E122. Neither PSA nor SGC has graded any of these. Is it really that scarce? iPhone photos are a little yellow, card is more b/w. Not sure why they are different sizes!
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from prewarcards.com

"Cards in the actual checklist that have been confirmed are presented below. The lone card below that has not been seen by me is that of Ping Bodie. While I have not seen this card, his presence has been confirmed by collectors that are in possession of this card. Therefore, I have added him to the list despite not physically seeing the card myself."

So yeah, pretty rare.
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There probably aren't a ton of collectors doing E122 but there are definitely some. That said neither SGC or PSA, unless I am missing them, show the E122 series as a separate one on their registries.

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Played his last game in July 1921 so maybe removed from production early i.e. shortprinted. (My understanding is E122 is a 1922 issue).

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Old 02-12-2019, 10:52 AM
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Nice find!

I recently posted about an E122 Ruth when I was looking for more information on the set because I didn't know much about it:

https://www.psacard.com/pop/baseball...eries-80/36020

E122s are listed in the PSA pop report:

https://www.psacard.com/pop/baseball...eries-80/36020
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Here's the link to the E122 listing in SGC's "legacy" pop report: https://sgclegacy.com/PopulationReport.aspx?setid=19889
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I picked it up about 35 years ago, mostly because it looked a little different than the E121s and I needed a Ping Bodie for NYY uni. The "find" is actually looking at some of these things again as I organize my stuff.
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