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Pacific Coast Tobacco & Caramel Collection

Featuring Cy Young, Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker

  • April 26, 2018
  • Leighton Sheldon

T206 Ty CobbTwo Birds - One Stone Not to offend any animal rights folks, but to use an old adage, looking back on this blog's deal, "we killed two birds with one stone."  Just Collect already planned a trip and while on the trip, another opportunity presented itself and we were able to act upon that as well.  We closed the primary reason for the trip and then added the second portion before returning home to our Somerset, NJ office. Just Collect was escorting

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T206 Ty Cobb Bat Off Shoulder (Old Mill)

  • August 07, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

T206 Old Mill Ty Cobb PSA 3A few years ago, a chatter named “Sparty”, in the Baseball Almanac Forum, stated that if baseball cards had a Mount Rushmore, all four of the Ty Cobb T206 tobacco cards would occupy the monument. The T206s have previously been called the king of the card collecting mountain, and are avidly desired, wanted, and craved by collectors worldwide. Honus Wagner, Walter Johnson, Christy Mathewson, Cy Young and the Georgia Peach, among so many other icons

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T206 Ty Cobb Bat Off Shoulder Detroit SGC Authentic Sweet Caporal Back

  • January 10, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

T206 Ty Cobb Batt Off Shoulder SGC AuthenticOffered this week is a T206 Ty Cobb Bat Off Shoulder Detroit SGC Authentic baseball card with a Sweet Caporal Back. Ty Cobb, the man they called "The Georgia Peach," compiled a lifetime .367 batting average, the highest in the history of the game. He was also the all-time leader in hits and runs scored until Pete Rose and Rickey Henderson eclipsed him in those two categories.  Despite nearly a century since his playing days concluded, Cobb still remains #2

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The T207 Brown Background Story

  • July 08, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

T207 Brown Background Smokey Joe Wood Red Sox PSA 3.5After the three-year run of the ultra-popular T206 cards ended in 1911, along came another tobacco card set from the American Tobacco Company.  It would be the last ATC would produce after the Sherman Act broke the conglomerate apart. The T207 cards were issued 100 years ago this year and they’re much, much more difficult to locate than the T206 or T205 sets that preceded it.  T207s are a little unique compared to their predecessors in that there is a brief biography

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