I recently picked up a couple more T205s for my set. Nothing groundbreaking here, but still a couple steps closer to the finish line.
The first one is this Louis Evans with a Polar Bear back. Even though the backs aren't as ornate as the T206 backs, I still like the Polar Bear backs in the T205 set. And I like the bios and stats more than just a large ad for smokes.
One part of his bio that I really like is where it says, "He is a good waiter, and was granted 78 passes in 1910". I've never heard of a batter being called a waiter in reference to getting walked.
The second T205 is that of J. Clyde Milan of the Washington Senators. I like the designs of the American Leaguers in this set much more that the National Leaguers. I think that because I first started collecting just the NY Giants from T205 I got bored of the National League design and now when I pick up an American Leaguer I am much more pleased.
The back of Milan's card also states something I've never heard before in that "he also pilfered 44 bases" in regards to his stolen base tally. I like that, pilfered.
Anyway, those are my most recent acquisitions and I hope you enjoy them.
Enjoy the hobby all...it's a great one.