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I have a guy trying to sell me a 1941 Play Ball Dimaggio. Any help would be appreciated to half way authenticate the card. The usual bought them at an estate sale, no guarantee. Guys says he is willing to sell reasonable cuz he collects tobacco cards
Just got this in the mail the other day. I know that many of the jerseys and some of the game used stuff has been proven to be fake or not as claimed. Is there some place that has a list of everything that has been proven not to be legit? The catalogues I
Taking $ value out of the equation, what is your favorite card of each of these HOFers? This one is mostly deadball, maybe we could do a 19th century one later. I'll give others an opportunity to reply before I list my answers. Ty Cobb: Christy
Thought this might be a fun showoff thread for the board. What are the top 10 "best" cards in your collection? For me: 1. E107 Joss (sgc 10) 2. N321 SF Hess Cali Sweeney (psa 2) 3. T206 Mattern proof 4. E101 Cobb (sgc 50) 5. T204 Plank (sgc
For many decades, my best friend in life (aside from Mrs. Sam) has been a gentleman named Dick Flavin. For many years, his political satire and commentary were staples on Boston's WBZ-TV and also on NBC and (later) CNN. Among other things, he possesses
$2,495 delivered, including insurance and delivery confirmation.
graded AUTH due to trim along the side. Great looking card and an affordable way to add a classic DiMaggio card to your collection. $275 shipped Jay