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Old 06-15-2018, 06:35 PM
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Derek, very nice Piedmont's! one of the toughest and underappreciated issues of the early 20th century. Even ones with nice fronts usually have back damage due to the adhesive gum, making it doubly tough to find problem free examples.
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Getting back to the E121-80s, the pitching pose of WaJo is easier than the hands-at-chest post - there are almost 50 listed in the combined pop reports. However, most of these have the Type 1 backs (the pop reports do not distinguish by back). I am confident there are less than 20 of each with the Type 2 and Type 3 backs, as shown below:
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Old 06-19-2018, 11:43 AM
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More Alexander and W503 love.

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I do not know what the pop #'s are on this T202......so whatever, I still had to display it.
I don't have too many T202's, but Johnson is the favorite in my T202 set.





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Ted, I'll give you a pass for your T202 WaJo, provided it has a black Factory 30 back! But really Ted, you should acquire some low-pop cards for your collection! (just teasin' ya, Ted)
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A thread on the main board has pretty much run out of steam when it falls to page 2. Many thanks to everyone who contrbuted their fantastic cards to this thread - fabulous eye candy. Here's one final post of two more low-pop, B & W, real-photo cards (everyone loves these - right?) that were produced from the same photo of WaJo - an E126 and a M101-6:
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It's time to bump this thread up for another round of "oldies, but goodies".





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Just picked this up from another member and he is teaching me interesting info on t206s.... so here is my new WaJo Sov 350 back... pop 16 on PSA and pop 9 on SGC... so not too far over the 20 mark....
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Ted & Brian, thanks for keeping this thread alive. I'll help with this E224-1 of WaJo:
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Oh man, that TX Tommy!
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