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  1. #51
    so do i. i'm not 100% certain it is from 1931, there is really nothing to indicate the date on the item - just have to go by what the seller told me. if it is original, i got a great deal and it's in fantastic shape!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dabigyankeeman View Post
    All nice, really like the Foxx.
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  2. #52
    5 new ones today!!

    Jim Pastorious - Standard Caramel, Daniel Murphy, Kirb White - Polar Bear Back, George Wiltse - Recruit Back and, my first pin - Schmidt 1910-12 Sweet Caporal Pin
    Last edited by puffster31; 01-30-2012 at 11:00 AM.
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  3. #53
    Keep them coming. That Sweet Cap pin is really a good pickup.
    ITS GREAT TO LOVE ALL NEW YORK SPORTS TEAMS!

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  4. #54
    thanks, i think i paid $4 total with shipping - definite steal!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dabigyankeeman View Post
    Keep them coming. That Sweet Cap pin is really a good pickup.
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  5. #55
    Even for lower condition, that price is great.
    ITS GREAT TO LOVE ALL NEW YORK SPORTS TEAMS!

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  6. #56
    couldn't agree more. what is the origin of these pins?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dabigyankeeman View Post
    Even for lower condition, that price is great.
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  7. #57
    Those pins were produced from 1910 thru 1912 for Sweet Caporal cigarettes. Virtually all of the cards from the early 1900's were simply made to go with tobacco products.
    ITS GREAT TO LOVE ALL NEW YORK SPORTS TEAMS!

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  8. #58
    appreciate the explaination.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dabigyankeeman View Post
    Those pins were produced from 1910 thru 1912 for Sweet Caporal cigarettes. Virtually all of the cards from the early 1900's were simply made to go with tobacco products.
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  9. #59
    two new ones today - 1916 Sporting News Mike Doolan & Ed Zwilling

    Last edited by puffster31; 01-30-2012 at 11:00 AM.
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  10. #60
    I love the old Sporting News cards!! Those are really nice.
    ITS GREAT TO LOVE ALL NEW YORK SPORTS TEAMS!

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