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1914 Piedmont Art Stamps T330-2. 110 different players with 4 players having different poses for 114 known. These look similar to T205s . 3 players not in set Joe Wood, Walt Blair and Bill Killfer.
My #1 love. mmmm.
In another thread the question was posed to me about the scarcity of this set. docpatlv wrote:Hi Lee, I know that you collect Piedmont Art Stamps from reading some of your previous posts. I have 15 that I've picked up over the last few years.
what is up with this..... http://cgi.ebay.com/1914-Piedmont-Art-Stamp-T330-Zach-Wheat-Graded-PSA-NR-/130530615797?pt=US_Baseball&hash=item1e643b21f5 i need zach for my set, so i am asking.........isn't there paper loss on Zach's nose? if so (and i'm
Hi guys after searching for a site to discuss what I got recently I chose this one. I have an unopened pack of Piedmont Cigarettes. I doubt it has a card in it but just the thought is great. I probably paid a little higher than usual but I really wanted
Looking at Ebay recently, Ive noticed a shortage of these P42 backs in relation to other rare backs some consider to be tougher to aquire (2 Red Hindu's) than P42's. Do you think collectors are hoarding these more often than before, or are people just les