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  1. #151
    thanks. i was lucky enough to add a jake daubert 2012 national treasures league leaders bat card 97/99 to my reds pc last week - daubert played in the 1919 world series for the reds.

    Quote Originally Posted by jagallick View Post
    Great stuff! I really like the Heinie Groh, I added a bat card of Groh to my Reds PC recently.
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  2. #152
    new one in today, sort of rough but still a great additon - 1909 Floyd Kroh:
    http://s306.photobucket.com/user/puf...tml?state=copy
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  3. #153
    nice collection...I plan to start working on tabacco cards very soon!!!

  4. #154
    INSANE addition today Mr. Dickie Kerr from the 1919 Chicago White Sox:
    http://s306.photobucket.com/user/puf...tml?sort=3&o=1

    By some miracle, I only paid $7.50 for the card . . . absolute steal!

    I also landed a pretty beat up, but still very cool, Robert Byrne Piedmont back card:
    http://s306.photobucket.com/user/puf...tml?sort=3&o=0
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  5. #155
    Incredible collection sir! And I LOVE the fact that most of the cards are in rougher shape. To me it adds character and a story behind them all. They are 100+ years old and they show their age in an awesome way. :)
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  6. #156
    thanks . . . i never thought of the condition of the card adding more prominence to the card, but it works.

    i gotta say, the black sox i own are by far my favorites . . . it's very expensive to find these cards regardless of condition.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tivo32 View Post
    Incredible collection sir! And I LOVE the fact that most of the cards are in rougher shape. To me it adds character and a story behind them all. They are 100+ years old and they show their age in an awesome way. :)
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  7. #157
    It is nice to see vintage cards getting some love on here.

  8. #158
    NINE NEW ONES TODAY:
    T206s John Hummel Brooklyn, Larry McLean Cincinnati, Jack Bliss St Louis, Otto Knabe Philadelphia, 1923 Willand Chocolate Baseball Card D. Bauncroft; T206s Tom Downey Cincinnati, George Stovall Cleveland, Patsy Dougherty Chicago
    http://s306.photobucket.com/user/puf...tml?state=copy

    and a 1919 World Series Champion and HOF Eddie Roush 1925 Colliers:
    http://s306.photobucket.com/user/puf...tml?state=copy
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  9. #159
    new one in yesterday, a 1911 T205 G.C. Ferguson:
    http://s306.photobucket.com/user/puf...tml?state=copy
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

  10. #160
    landed another HOFer today, a 1920 Eddie Collins strip card:
    http://s306.photobucket.com/user/puf...tml?state=copy
    Jason Hill 2007 RC autos = 79% (171/216)
    * All autos /3 to regular issue autos *

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