T206 cards found

Joined: September 17th, 2001, 8:22 pm

April 28th, 2009, 2:26 pm #21

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
had a good camera/scanner and quickly put pictures up and came back routinely to answer the criticism and was a great guy after all...........this dude.....maybe not so much...
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April 28th, 2009, 2:49 pm #22

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
I think this guy is legit. He said his cards are not in good condition so I guess he also considers the "Natl" part on his Doyle N.Y. could have been hand written.
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April 28th, 2009, 3:04 pm #23

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
Rick,

Don't let the skeptics scare you away.  They have good reason to be skeptical.  If your claims are legit, you wont find a better place or more knowledgeable group of collectors around.


marty
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April 28th, 2009, 3:39 pm #24

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
I will not pass judgment without seeing scans even though I would be extremely surprised if it was legit. However, we should remember that although exceedingly rare the 'miracle find' does sometimes happen.

For proof....just look at the REA auction. The PSA 1 Plank with paper tear on the front was found with a very small group (maybe 3 or 4) other T cards. And while Lifson has told me that he fields countless bogus inquiries....that Plank is very much real and should serve as proof that the impossible occasionally becomes reality.

Regards,
Scott
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April 28th, 2009, 4:00 pm #25

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
give it some time, we are hoping they are real - would be nice to see

Jimmy
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April 28th, 2009, 4:09 pm #26

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
from the OP: "I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans."

anyone get the scans? I have not.





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Joined: September 17th, 2001, 8:22 pm

April 28th, 2009, 6:22 pm #27

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
and they're SPECTACULAR...........woops........just thinking about Teri Hatcher.....
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April 28th, 2009, 6:29 pm #28

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
While I agree that the odds of them being real are slim, I think we should all cut Rick some slack... I've exchanged a few emails with him and he seems like a decent guy. It could be a miracle find, or it could be guy who unknowingly has fake cards, or it could be someone looking to prank/scam, but I think that it's only right to reserve judgment until we actually see what he's got. If no scans/photos show up in the next few days then I'd say it's safe to assume it's a troll.
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Joined: December 30th, 2003, 12:27 am

April 28th, 2009, 9:22 pm #29

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
...to apply statistical reasoning to extremely unlikely events is why Honus Wagner reprints continue to sell for $100 or more on ebay (and why people buy lottery tickets and play slot machines). These stories always remind me of an article I once read about how everyone thinks they have a great book to write about themselves when most people really don't. In much the same way novice collectors think they're the special ones with the great find -- that they just won the lottery. While technically true that "the 'miracle find' does sometimes happen" -- yes, people do win the lottery -- it is this dream that keeps the scam artists alive (and the casinos profitable). I'd prefer not to perpetuate the myth and come down hard on these people -- especially so in this case when the evidence of fraud is so completely overwhelming.






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Joined: September 30th, 2005, 9:18 pm

April 28th, 2009, 10:41 pm #30

Hi I am a knew memeber to the board my name is rick. I came accross this board a few weeks ago i like the info you guys have on this board. I recently came accross Some T206 cards I would like to know what they could be worth. I am not sure how to post scans on here. but if you e-mail me i can reply with scans. Here is a list of the T206 cards I have they are not in very good condition.

Davis phili Amer. back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Alperman Brooklyn. back says 150 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality
Doyle N.Y. Natl back says 350 subjects Piedmont the cigarette of quality



The Davis card shows a picture of him in a white uniform in a blue backround
The alperman card shows him holding a baseball bat in a green and a yellow backround
The Doyle card shows him with his hands above his head with a blue backround.

I discribed the cards the best I can you can all e-mail me at ricksmith19800@yahoo.com if you want to see pics of the cards I doubt they have any value though.
Let's see . . .

7 Doyle (N.Y. Nat'l) cards / roughly 1.6 million T206 cards =

0.00044% chance of finding a Doyle in a 1-card find * 3 cards found =

0.0013%, or about a 1 in 75,000 chance that this is a legitimate find.
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