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- Aug 8, 2008
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EbAyAdDiCt said:Glad to see you made it......................
jay1065 said:Amazing color on the Hubbell, bikerider60!
Last couple of arrivals:
bikerider60 said:picked this up last night....Don't know anything about this card. I picked it up for $ 15.00 , just thought it would something to talk about.
I posted the question on Net 54, didn't really get a exact answer. One member said it could be from 1910-19, a wise ass also posted "MCI or the former phone company".jay1065 said:bikerider60 said:picked this up last night....Don't know anything about this card. I picked it up for $ 15.00 , just thought it would something to talk about.
Very nice. Cards like that always make for a nice bit of research. I picked this one up a few months ago:
According to the stamp box on the reverse, the card was produced between 1904 and 1918. The most info I could find about the Jags was that they were a minor league team in the New York State League. They played under the name Jags because they represented three cities - Amsterdam, Johnstown, and Gloversville (1902 and 1905-1907.)
I could be completely wrong, though. The 'T' on the cap doesn't seem to hold up to my research. Although it could mean "tri" (city.)
scotty21690 said:Thanks Jay! Great cards for your set as well, how far along are you now??