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View Poll Results: Which collar-style do you prefer for the 1920-1940 era (from left to right)?
Style #1 7 31.82%
Style #2 9 40.91%
Style #3 2 9.09%
Style #4 2 9.09%
Some combination of the above (post in thread) 2 9.09%
None, its a lost cause, who cares? 0 0%
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:02 PM   #1
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1920-1940 MLB jerseys



There's a hole in the updated collection of MLB jerseys from 1920 to 1940 that I thought I'd try to fill. I've been doing this sparingly over the last several years. The process was often interrupted and shelved for quite some time and I was never happy with what I did finish. Before I begin, I'd like to poll which of the collar-styles you like for this time period. Nothing earth-shattering here. Option 4 appears more accurate but the seam lines created by the OOTP model just look unsightly up close and on plain uniforms. Others have attempted to get around this but frankly its a give-or-take, love-it-or-hate it feature. Before I crank these out, which do you prefer?

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Old 03-26-2013, 06:12 PM   #2
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Nice work there No Pepper...
Love your caps and jerseys for a long time now...

My vote is for number two...

Thanks for all of your work...
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Old 03-26-2013, 09:05 PM   #3
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I like the collar from 3 and the cap from 1. What was the collar style for the Sox (or any other team if it matters) for that era?
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I picked #2 because I think that best represents the style in the first three choices. If the OOTP model didn't goof up #4 that's what I would've chosen.

Lookin' good, NP.
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Voted #1. Thanks in advance for all your work; I'm pretty sure whatever gets voted in will look pretty darn good!
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I like the collar from 3 and the cap from 1. What was the collar style for the Sox (or any other team if it matters) for that era?
The caps are all the same. It's a slightly smaller crown than the standard template. OOTP changes the shape depending on the type of player model used, i.e., it gets stretched or shrinks.

The style of this particular uniform is the 1920 home jersey of the Sox. Hauls of Shame - Breaking News

There are slight variations of this style for other teams, other years, or how the players wore them.
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The caps are all the same. It's a slightly smaller crown than the standard template. OOTP changes the shape depending on the type of player model used, i.e., it gets stretched or shrinks.

The style of this particular uniform is the 1920 home jersey of the Sox. Hauls of Shame - Breaking News

There are slight variations of this style for other teams, other years, or how the players wore them.
Hey Brad, I prefer the first one.
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Style #2

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