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Old 02-10-2017, 01:23 PM
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Thank you for the informative article from scd
I only have one M114, Ashburn, which I have seen referenced as 1948. I am not a rookie collector, just Ashburn, but the 1948 date would make it a rookie. Is that date correct?
Also, I have another Ashburn premium that is from Baseball Monthly. Is it totally separate from the M114 or a variation? Thank you
Poor images are attached and I realize the M114 is in poor condition.
Welcome to the conversation.

Baseball Monthly supplements are cataloged as m118. They are a separate supplement, with 88 players listed in the catalog, but there were actually 89 players issued (Bob Feller isn't listed in the catalog). At the moment, I am still looking for Rocky Colavito, Elston Howard, and Roger Maris to complete my set.

There are two variations of the Ashburn, one with New York noted on both sides of the text, and the other with New York only noted on the left side.

Also, you note that your m114 of Ashburn is in poor condition, but sometimes the only way to find them is in poor condition. I'm of the opinion that having one in poor condition is better than not having one. Other portions of the hobby have a similar thought process, like there is that guy in Arizona who bought that really famous / expensive card even though it is trimmed and misgraded.

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Old 02-10-2017, 01:30 PM
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Here are mine that I framed.
Those look great, Bruce.
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Old 02-10-2017, 03:10 PM
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Thank you for the information Doug. I agree that having one in bad condition is better than none at all. I appreciate the information on both Ashburns.
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Old 02-10-2017, 04:58 PM
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Interesting information guys. I really like a lot of the oversized premiums and supplements like Butterfingers, R311, and Sporting New M101-2 but have previously not paid much attention to these. You've piqued my interest though and will have to make a point of acquiring one and trying them on so to speak.
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Here is one of the 11 large sized posters that were issued in 1957. These are still considered to be m114s (right Alan?) but are 17.5 inches wide by 20 inches tall.

Does anybody else have any of these?

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Logically, I would have given the supersized 1957 posters a separate number (M114-2) maybe?

But I'm not in charge of our little corner of the planet. I just live here.

By the way, Doug, I can state categorically that I have NEVER seen that Joe Gordon pose you posted earlier. I just know the familiar NY and Cleveland poses. Given the fact that Gordon won the MVP in 1942, late 1942 or early 1943 would seem a strong possibility for this issue - perhaps the magazine felt that the MVP award winner deserved a new pose that they could market as a brand new poster? If that's the case, it's interesting that so few have (apparently) survived. The Cleveland poster wouldn't have been issued until 1947 or 1948.
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Logically, I would have given the supersized 1957 posters a separate number (M114-2) maybe?

But I'm not in charge of our little corner of the planet. I just live here.

By the way, Doug, I can state categorically that I have NEVER seen that Joe Gordon pose you posted earlier. I just know the familiar NY and Cleveland poses. Given the fact that Gordon won the MVP in 1942, late 1942 or early 1943 would seem a strong possibility for this issue - perhaps the magazine felt that the MVP award winner deserved a new pose that they could market as a brand new poster? If that's the case, it's interesting that so few have (apparently) survived. The Cleveland poster wouldn't have been issued until 1947 or 1948.
I agree on the separate number, but also just live here.

Here is the Indians Gordon, just so we can see them "all".

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For those of you who care to see them, here are scans of the majority of my supplements.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/douggo...7612023351081/

I've been a bit lazy and haven't posted any scans in almost 3 years, so there are some missing.



Now that I have shown you mine, please show me yours. Here are the ones I would like to see:

M114
Arroyo, Luis - Bailey, Ed - Banks, Ernie - Boyer, Ken - Brewer, Tony - Buhl, Bob - Conley, Gene - Crandell, Del - Fletcher, Art - Fox, Nellie - Friend, Bob - Gehrig, Lou (fielding) - Kaline, Al - Keegan, Bob - Kucks, Johnny - Labine, Clem - Law, Vern - Lawrence, Brooks - Lindstrom, Fred - Lollar, Sherman - Maxwell, Charlie - McCormick, Mike - Medwick, Ducky - Moore, Ray - Naragon, Hal - Pendleton, Jim - Piersall, Jimmy - Portocarrero, Arnie - Repulski, Rip - Robinson, Frank - Rush, Bob - Score, Herb - Smith, Earl - Stephens, Gene - Temple, Johnny - Wilson, Jim - Young, Norm Babe


M113
Alexander, Grover - Archer, Jimmy - Chance, Frank (no #, Cubs) - Cheney, Larry - Cicotte, Ed - Connolly, Joe - Schmidt, Charles - Schulte, Wildfire - Scott, James - Shawkey, Bob - Sheckard, Jimmy


M113 Teams
1913 Athletics Team - 1915 Athletics Team - 1913 Braves Team - 1914 Braves Team - 1915 Cardinals Team - 1914 Cubs Team - 1912 Giants Team - 1914 Indians Team - 1914 Senators Team - 1914 Tigers Team - 1914 Whales Team (Chicago) - 1914 Yankees Team


1957 Large
Bauer, Hank - House, Frank - Kaline, Al - Rosen, Al - Turley, Bob


DC
Campanella, Roy - Cox, Billy - Hamner, Granny - Kell, George - Labine, Clem - Mays, Willie - Reese, Pee Wee - Roberts, Robin - Sauer, Hank

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Wow, what a collection!
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Great thread. Doug-beautiful collection
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