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Old 06-15-2018, 12:13 AM
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Thanks to Bryan for arranging this grid. I finally crossed them all to PSA for the sake of continuity, though you can't tell because the holders aren't shown.


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That is so bad ass. I don't swear much.
Thanks Ed. And Val, it makes sense that a T214 Merkle was produced. I hope that one turns up someday.
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That pirate is awesome!!!

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Bumping this thread after recently receiving the Sovereign 150 from grading at SGC.

Frank Smith - F. Smith on front is the 3rd of the 28 subjects that I have completed the back run for in the Chicago Americans T206 subset. Sorry again for the large scans!


















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Nice going Tom.
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Awesome Tom, congrats who doesn’t love a good back run
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Old 04-08-2019, 06:01 PM
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Default McGraw T206 back run complete

Thirteen T206 backs were printed on each of the Exclusive 12 subjects in the 460-only series. Illustrated here is the complete run of the McGraw card.
This UZIT card is extremely rare (only one known). The red HINDU and OLD MILL cards are quite tough. American Beauty 460, CYCLE 460, and EPDG
are moderately tough. The LENOX or PIEDMONT 460 (Factory #42) cards were not printed in this group.


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Factory #42.....................Factory #42








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Factory #30



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A few of my back runs...Dahlen Boston is complete and the Wajo master is reasonably far along. Young portrait, Cobb bat off, and Baker are relatively young projects.
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Old 04-09-2019, 09:32 AM
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Hi Jay

Some great stuff there, guy.

Here's a start on my favorite T206 Cobb....My AB 460 run and an OLD MILL. Plus, the 3 cards from my 3 sets:
PIEDMONT, SOVEREIGN, SWEET CAPORAL (Factory #30).

Needless to say, I have a long way to go on this one. But, I do enjoy the thrill of the "hunt".
















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Old 04-09-2019, 07:51 PM
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Default Russ Ford run......

Exactly 40 years before Whitey Ford, there was Russ Ford for the Yankees (Highlanders). I'll include a bit of Trivia here.....I think Russ Ford
holds the record for the most games Won in his 1st and 2nd year....48 games (26 + 22, respectively). I'm sure some one here will challenge
this.
Russ Ford is another Exclusive 12 guy in the 460-only series. Shown here are 12 of the possible thirteen T206 backs in this group. Of course,
I still need UZIT to complete this 13-card run.


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Factory #42





Factory #42




Factory #30
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Joe McGinnity won 28 in each of his first 2 years. 56 total over his first 2 years.
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Old 04-09-2019, 08:15 PM
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Hey Jay

I appreciate your quick response, and you are correct....since I failed to qualify that Ford's record of 48 games applies strictly to the 20th Century


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