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Old 02-08-2019, 08:57 PM
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Default GOODWIN CHAMPIONS trademark ? .....plus, show us your N162 cards

This group of fourteen N162 cards, together with the cards on display in Posts # 23, 29, and 30 comprise of a complete set of 50 subjects.
Putting together an N162 set is not a difficult task. The BB subjects are quite available. Harry Beecher** and "Buffalo Bill" Cody are tough
to find; but, most of the other athletes are not as tough to find. However, you will find the Billiard guys considerably tougher.





** Note...Beecher was the star Quarterback for Yale (1884 - 1888). His coach, Walter Camp, is considered the "Father of American Football".
Camp modernized the game of Football at Yale to the game we know today. Prior to Camp's innovation of College Football, the game was being
played like Rugby.


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My heart did skip a beat when I saw that Dunlap Detroit card. I always thought it didn't exist and then I see it, and now it was just a fake or a joke card. That's what I don't like about these "fantasy" cards, very confusing and misleading to old and new collectors. Glad Fred made it right on here. I could see someone putting a copy of this card on ebay someday and someone will be taken again.
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Ted, thanks for posting these Goodwin Champions. In my opinion these are the nicest cards printed in that era. Great artwork and color, like the Rowell Pedestrian card.
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Well, if you can't show off your great looking vintage cards here then I don't know where you can!! Nice cards, Ted.
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As usual, if it's a thread about N162 cards, then I show-off my GOODWIN CHAMPIONS Album (designated A36).

Since my High School days (late 1950's), I have been an avid Tennis fan. I still play a competitive 2-hour game
of singles every week. My favorite page in this colorful 12-page album is this pastoral Tennis scene.
The cover of the GOODWIN album is an absolute classic......lithographic art at it's best.

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Default GOODWIN CHAMPIONS trademark ? .....plus, show us your N162 cards

Previously noted here, collecting the N162 cards to complete the set is easier than other 19th Century sportscard sets. It can be quite expensive (depending on
the condition of the cards you prefer).

For the same cost of an Anson (or a Kelly), I suggest you consider acquiring the GOODWIN (A36) album. Beautifully illustrated, this Sports collectible is a great
19th Century treasure. Plus, you get all 50 images of the N162 subjects in one purchase.

And coincidently, as of today there are at least three A36 albums for sale on ebay.



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Here's a few, its taken a while, and still 3 short of a full set
34 cards with the trademark clause

A few duplicates
Goodwin B set swaps.jpg

My A raw set, and a few duplicates
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Part graded set
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Well, if you can't show off your great looking vintage cards here then I don't know where you can!! Nice cards, Ted.
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That is quite a collection, thanks for posting your N162 cards.

I like your style.....cards in plastic sheets in a binder.

Just like my N162's. I hope they are in a mylar type of plastic.


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