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Posted 4 years ago

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VikingFan82
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Players pictured are: Sam Leslie, Linus Frey, Joe Stripp and Watson "Watty" Clark. I have read that the backs of the cards in the set could be put together to assemble a picture puzzle of various players. The back is a picture of a players waist and upper legs and is labeled "Picture 3 Card E". Who is this player?

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  1. Dave Cunningham, 4 years ago
    The 1935 Goudey 4-in-1 Baseball Cards are 36 cards with four players from the same team. The backs of the cards can be arranged to make one of nine different large photographs.

    The backs are small pieces to 9 different puzzles combinations and not numbered. Puzzle possibilities are Tiger Team, Chuck Klein, Frankie Frisch, Mickey Cochrane, Joe Cronin, Jimmie Foxx, Al Simmons, Indians Team and Senators Team.

    The 1935 Goudey 4 in 1 baseball card set are color illustrations of the most popular players and are rarely found in Near Mint condition (as graded by PSA the premier grading company of the past 19 years of all sports memorabilia and collectibles http://www.psacard.com)

    You actually have card #23 out of 36. If the card was PSA graded near mint to mint it would have a value of around $250 USD, in ungraded condition a near mint to mint card would have a value of about $25 USD.

    Based off the picture of the card you have shown, it is ungraded and in poor condition, it would have a retail value of only around $6 to $12 USD.

    It is still a nice piece of baseball history, just not a lot of monetary value with it, sorry.

    I hope this helps answer your questions.
  2. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 4 years ago
    I dont mind at all, I knew it was in rough condition, I more cared about who was on the back. Not many people can say they have a card 50 years older than them. I have a T-206 as well. Thanks for the info!
  3. fkw, 4 years ago
    The back of your 1935 R321 picture Frankie Frisch's butt. What T206 do you have?

    PS if you want to see the whole R321 puzzle yours is a part of...
    http://www.baseballcardresource.com/img/35Goudey/35Goudey_FrischPuzzle.jpg

  4. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 4 years ago
    Thanks so much! It's cool to finally see it!
    This is the T-206 I have, this particular one isnt mine, I will put mine up eventually.

    http://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/t206-rube-manning-batting-psa-6-ex-mt

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