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Old 05-26-2018, 02:03 PM
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Barry-Are there attempts at identifying the players in the CdVs?
In those instances in which players are known and can be identified, yes. The 1875 Hartford CdV is completely identified, for example. In the case of a superb image or team that is worth including in the book but is otherwise unknown, it isn't.

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Hopefully, Mark took this opportunity to correct the identification mistakes in the soft cover book.
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Hopefully, Mark took this opportunity to correct the identification mistakes in the soft cover book.
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Old 05-27-2018, 12:20 PM
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Old 05-27-2018, 06:49 PM
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I am away from the computer as much as possible, I must admit. I want to thank everyone for the warm welcome and for remembering who I am. Not a card collector, the photographic field and the card field interface just enough that I have gotten to know many of the Net54 members over the years. But this is my first attempt at communicating online with you. Leon is right - please be patient. I will try to keep up. I will attempt to post some interior pages of each book as examples. I can understand that these books could be hard to imagine - they are different. Here is more info about them -
The books are all 10 x 8 horizontal.
CdV Book contains 74 pages, 108 images, 40 unpublished. Price 350.00
Tintype Book contains 68 pages, 105 images, almost all unpublished. Price 325.00
Cabinet Card Book contains 88 pages, 117 images, almost all unpublished. Price 350.00
Stereo View Book contains 70 pages, 60 images, almost all unpublished. Price 325.00
Real Photo Postcard Boor contains 98 pages, 141 images, almost all unpublished. Price 350.00
News & Wire Service Photo Book contains 80 pages, with 75 full page images, almost all unpublished. Price 350.00
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Old 05-27-2018, 06:58 PM
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As to the identifications, I did miss Lipman Pike in the 1875 Hartford photo. Forgiveness requested. I also included in the volume the subsequent year for Cummings and the Blue Stockings, 1876.
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Hi Mark- welcome to the board. Great to see you posting!
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Hi Mark- Are there any ambroypes pictured in the hard inages tintype book?

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Old 05-28-2018, 01:38 PM
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Barry-Are there attempts at identifying the players in the CdVs?
The attempt to identify players is ever ongoing, but if a player is not a professional, our only hope is to find a name written on the back of the card. With someone like Curry Klunk, however, the name is nice to know but leads nowhere.
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Are the RPPC's major league images or are local town teams included?
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