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Old 06-01-2012, 01:06 PM
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Default June pickups

Very happy to add these to the collection...
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Probably my favorite T206 pose.
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came in the mail today
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Thanks to Robert A for the smooth transaction on this one. #11 in the Hofman run.

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Nice stuff guys...and it's only day 1!!
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Two Mr. Fords, 52 years apart, one day.

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Did you get the 3d glasses to go with them?
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Old 06-01-2012, 06:26 PM
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no, I just get drunk and then look at them.
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Thanks Timothy


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And who says T206's are overrated and spoke of too much here. By looking at the pick ups thus far looks like they're still the main focus for many.
Great snags everyone.
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tony that chesbro is a beaut...I've always coveted that card...but never owned one!

i think the discussions regarding T206 are commensurate with the % of T206 collectors on this board...definitely the most popular prewar set by far.
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Another Negro League HOFer checked off the list! (From REA)
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Another Negro League HOFer checked off the list! (From REA)
That is an amazing card! Congrats on that p/u!
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tony that chesbro is a beaut...I've always coveted that card...but never owned one!
Thank you Pete. Chesbro is a toughie to find with nice color and clear registration. This one has both. I was happy to of snagged it.
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Very nice pick-up, Ken!
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A few more Red Borders
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A few auction wins and a Santana no-no live. Nothing better!
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Josh:beautiful Hack. Love that card and hi grade.

Tony:again with beatiful T206's. Great job.
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oh man, that's a great WaJo card Joe.
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A couple Reds Play Balls to add off the BST - Thanks to Craig

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Big Train swinging a bat -- very cool.

Nice pickups, guys! June is shaping up to be a great month.
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Erick: Nice Chase. This came yesterday and it completes my Boston American subset for this issue. Thank you Mark.

Also, very nice SB Joe Wood Mr. OP Steve!
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This orange colored e95 is a pretty big acquisition for my growing "E Cards with the wrong colored background" project. Really nice Cicotte in general though....

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Wow,June is off to a roaring start.
Some stunning pickups
Jeff, I love the 3D CJ's

Got this one at the tri-star show yesterday, it in an SGC10 slab due to scrapbook tabs applied to the back

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Bought the Polar Bear McGinnity without a back scan. It has the same "453" written in pencil as one I picked up off the b/s/t a little while back. I googled it and found out that McGinnity won 453 games as a professional pitcher. Pretty cool imo.
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Jerry,

Great pickup! I also have to admit that Ritchey looks a lot like Graham Chapman from Monty Python.
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My June pickup was my May pickup but with a better grade. Got this in the REA auction & took it to SGC Fri. They popped it out for me & I removed the slight pencil on the back with a Mars eraser(thanks Leon!). They then regraded it and it went from a SGC 20 to a SGC 40!
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My June pickup was my May pickup but with a better grade. Got this in the REA auction & took it to SGC Fri. They popped it out for me & I removed the slight pencil on the back with a Mars eraser(thanks Leon!). They then regraded it and it went from a SGC 20 to a SGC 40!
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I highly recommend a Mars Plastic eraser for removing errant marks from cards. I don't consider it altering when you take something off that wasn't supposed to be there in the first place. Glad it worked. I have done it many times too. That being said I do leave some marks as they can add to the provenance and history (and even aesthetics) of the card, sometimes. I might start a thread about this topic.
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I highly recommend a Mars Plastic eraser for removing errant marks from cards. I don't consider it altering when you take something off that wasn't supposed to be there in the first place. Glad it worked. I have done it many times too. That being said I do leave some marks as they can add to the provenance and history (and even aesthetics) of the card, sometimes. I might start a thread about this topic.
This was the second time I used that eraser and it worked well both times. I spoke with Scott & Earl at SGC regarding the pencil removal, and Leon they echoed your thoughts. They said the pencil wasn't on the card originally, and to extract it back off was not altering the card. I did it right in front of them. Also, I agree that leaving marks can add to the provenance and history. Aesthetically with the mark on the back and in faint pencil, it didn't take away from the card and was easy to remove. It's a really sharp card, and in my opinion(and now SGC) deserved a higher grade. Important for the provenance of this specific card is they kept the same serial # of the Mack, and updated the grade in their system. They are now starting to catalog the Old Put Cigars now in their database upon their request of me providing scans of the ones in existence. Leon, I hope it's ok I included yours in the email so they can start accounting for them. They are adding them as a subset to the E98's. The million dollar question which has been debated previously is are they a caramel or a tobacco issue. If they were never in caramels and just stamped by Old Put, the argument can be made of them being a tobacco issue. From their perspective, they're going in as caramels under E98's.
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Great pickup! I also have to admit that Ritchey looks a lot like Graham Chapman from Monty Python.
Thanks Brian,
He does favor Chapman a bit, I liked the Flying Circus, it was always good for some laughs,

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Very happy to get this one off the Bay recently. I was the underbidder on the last 2-3 auctioned.
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Congrats, very nice Chief! I love the T227s and wouldn't mind getting the Cobb.
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1935 4 in 1 Greenberg card
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First Evers in my collection
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Thanks. Brings my monster number all the way up to 4! Haha. Guess I know what I'm doin for the next quarter century
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Thanks to Peter (WillowGrove) who found this one on Staton Island, contacted me and asked whether I would be interested in it. It arrived today and become number 206 in rebuilding Howe's collection.

206 Slagle

Thanks to Peter, and to everyone who has helped grow my strange little obsession.
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A few pickups toward my 1909 Pirates. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1338838234.187587.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1338838249.998134.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1338838265.506765.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1338838281.372042.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1338838304.006441.jpg
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im with ya there man.. im just starting to collect t206 myself. Should be a fun and long ride
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Just picked up my first Sporting Life and wanted to start (as always) with one of the most beautiful.

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Chris- nice Drum. Very presentable for a PSA 1.
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