Well, a Superba, technically. I completed my first trade with Brian of Classic Card Collector, and boy is it ever a doozy. I stumbled upon Brian's blog, and did so at the right time, because he had posted one of his many T206s. After looking through some of his posts, I saw that he had a few doubles, and inquired as to the availability of any of them. After a few e-mails back and forth, we had ourselves a deal, with Brian receiving everything you see here and yours truly finding the below beautiful piece of vintage goodness in his mailbox:
Finally! Every collector should own a T206. I've wanted one forever, but it was never a major priority, and I never had the heart to lay down the dough for one. Thankfully, Brian was kind enough to work with me on a deal and part with one, which is now one of the centerpieces of my vintage collection.
I don't know much about Kaiser Wilhelm, but what I do know comes from this post on the man from Ernest over at Blue Heaven. I also don't really know anything about the T206 set, so beyond seeing it's got a Piedmont back, I can't delve into what that means. Anyhoo, you should all go and check out Brian's blog and his fascinating progress on the T206 set he's working on, and give his blog a follow. Who knows, you might find yourself embroiled in trade talks of your own.
Thanks for the phenomenal trade Brian, and welcome to the card blogging community!