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Old 11-14-2017, 04:28 PM
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Does this count? Not a sheet but a box lid. And sorry it's from 1955.
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Old 11-14-2017, 04:36 PM
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Amazing pieces everyone, thanks for sharing. All my sheets are way too new for this thread.
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T210 Series 3 Ft Worth, looking for low end examples and especially ones with a Y shaped hole punch. I also have some extra T210's for trade.
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Old 11-14-2017, 09:05 PM
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1952 TOPPS (1st series) sheet....cards #41 - 80






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Old 11-15-2017, 11:00 AM
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1959 FLEER Ted Williams set....uncut 6-card panel featuring the rare "Ted Williams Signs For 1959" card (#68).






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Old 11-15-2017, 05:27 PM
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E91 Set C strip (circa 1909-1910)





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The Michael Pressner & Co. issued this 24-card set in 1943. They were sold in Candy stores and 5 & 10-cent Department stores in the form of 8-card strips........


v............................................... original uncut 8-card complete strip (21 1/2 inches long) ...............................................v



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1922 Bancroft Collins schalk
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Should we throw this one in there? Obviously, I don't own it. Wish I did!
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Old 11-16-2017, 08:57 PM
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Cards on the 6th sheet of the 1933 Goudey set were issued circa Summer of '33. This fabulous sheet includes double-printed cards of Babe Ruth (#144).
Plus....Babe Ruth (card #149), Lou Gehrig (card #160), Jimmy Foxx (card #154), Leo Durocher (card #147), and Moe Berg (card #158).






Trying to put together a set of these GOUDEY cards in 1933 was quite a frustrating experience. Certain lower number cards were not available in the Spring
and Summer of '33. The 10th sheet was printed in mid October, and these cards were issued in late October thru November 1933. The bios on the backs of
them reflect the 1933 World Series between the NY Giants and Washington. I've arranged the cards from my set to exactly simulate this 24-card sheet.......









This diagram of the 10th sheet tells the story when 15 (of the 22) mysterious lower numbered cards where finally issued.





Card #'s 97, 98, 128, 129, and 142 were printed on the 9th sheet. And, of course #106 (Lajoie) was printed on the 1934 GOUDEY Hi # sheet, and issued in
the Summer of 1934 which finally completed this 240-card set.
T'was a clever marketing trick that Goudey played on collectors in order to sell a lot of cards in 1933....but, it was also a very "mean" trick on the collectors.


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Trying to put together a set of these GOUDEY cards in 1933 was quite a frustrating experience. Certain lower number cards (22 cards) were not available in
the Spring and Summer of '33.
Card #'s 97, 98, 128, 129, and 142 were printed on the 9th sheet. And, of course #106 (Lajoie) was printed on the 1934 GOUDEY Hi # sheet, and issued in
the Summer of 1934 which finally completed this 240-card set.
T'was a clever marketing trick that Goudey played on collectors in order to sell a lot of cards in 1933....but, it was also a very "mean" trick on the collectors.

Speaking about the "1933" GOUDEY Lajoie....here's the the 1934 Hi# series sheet (cards #73 - 96) in which GOUDEY modified to include the Lajoie (#106) card.






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