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Old 09-16-2018, 06:30 AM
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I have a few baseball marbles I am trying to find if there is a checklist. A site member has them listed under sets and another person says they are 1968 Creative Creations. However, neither has a complete checklist. The team checklist is by team/name - the other checklist is by number. The ones I have do not have numbers on them so I don't know if the numbers were added arbitrarily or not. In addition I have one (Jim Merritt) not listed in the members team set list. I also have colors of yellow, red, orange and green. I would appreciate it if anyone can either provide me a checklist or point me in the right direction. A preliminary search didn't help
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Sounds like 1968 Creative Creation marbles. I’m pretty sure they were checklisted in the standard catalog at one point.





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Thanks for the info - I looked at the 2008 SCD Catalog I have and found them under 1968 Official Major League Players Major League Marbles. I gather the one guy who said Creative Creations used this write-up. The only problem I have is no where does it list how many colors were made (maybe only one color per player) and whether there were big heads and small heads. I am bidding on a Rich Nye (big head) or presume there were both big and small?


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I have never seen color variations of players. I have owned multiples of a number of the players. I didn't pay close attention to the size of their heads, but do not recall variations in them either. There were either 5 or 6 different packages(despite advertising 24 series) like the one shown above. 20 marbles per package (listed on the packages as "series") that would put a set at either 100 or 120. You used to be able to find them once in a while on unopened packages like the one shown. Those seem to be buried in collections as I can't recall the last time I saw one publicly offered. Hope that helps. Some bigger names - Clemente, Mays, Rose - no Mantle.

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I have never seen color variations of players. I have owned multiples of a number of the players. I didn't pay close attention to the size of their heads, but do not recall variations in them either. There were either 5 or 6 different packages(despite advertising 24 series) like the one shown above. 20 marbles per package (listed on the packages as "series") that would put a set at either 100 or 120. You used to be able to find them once in a while on unopened packages like the one shown. Those seem to be buried in collections as I can't recall the last time I saw one publicly offered. Hope that helps.
Thanks, appreciate the info - I guess that means the players were printed with different colors but only one color to each player. I have bid on the Nye big head and have a Nye on hand, so if I get it, I will post pictures if they are different. Thanks again.

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Default 1968 baseball marbles

I ran across a set of these yesterday while cleaning out my closet. They apparently are my husbands that he picked up at a garage sale when he was a kid. Theres quite a few including a rich nye. My husband asked me to get a feel as to how much these are going for. Any help would be great, thank you!
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I ran across a set of these yesterday while cleaning out my closet. They apparently are my husbands that he picked up at a garage sale when he was a kid. Theres quite a few including a rich nye. My husband asked me to get a feel as to how much these are going for. Any help would be great, thank you!
This auction was back in 2013 so its not much to go on but it's something.
http://jun13.hugginsandscott.com/cgi...m.pl?lotno=283

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I ran across a set of these yesterday while cleaning out my closet. They apparently are my husbands that he picked up at a garage sale when he was a kid. Theres quite a few including a rich nye. My husband asked me to get a feel as to how much these are going for. Any help would be great, thank you!
If you google 1968 Baseball Marbles you should come across a checklist with some selling numbers, i.e., person wants 44.95 for Kaline, 14.95 for Freehan,9.95 for Aspromonte, etc. Quite a few not listed for sale. If you can't find it post back and I will send it to you.
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Thanks, appreciate the info - I guess that means the players were printed with different colors but only one color to each player. I have bid on the Nye big head and have a Nye on hand, so if I get it, I will post pictures if they are different. Thanks again.
I got the auction and it definitely was a big head - both in yellow.
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I remember seeing that display back in '68 and how my eyes lit up when I realized that if I was lucky enough I could get a Dooley Womack baseball marble. Shivers run up my spine now just thinking about it.
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Well, if the display from Huggins and Scott is to be believed, there are 24 series of 20 each. That should mean there are 480 different. I don't have the checklist, so I wonder if that many were actually produced.
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Well, if the display from Huggins and Scott is to be believed, there are 24 series of 20 each. That should mean there are 480 different. I don't have the checklist, so I wonder if that many were actually produced.
The checklist I have (SCD Vintage BB Cards 3rd edition) says "while the packaging says "Collect all 24 Series" only 120 marbles were actually issued" It also does not mention anything about Big or Small heads or any other variation - so I wonder also how many there actually are?
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Firstly - based on my experience, I believe the set to be complete at 120 - 6 packages with 20 marbles per package. Regarding the "big head" - take a real careful look from different angles (through different parts of the clear marble) understanding that the paper inside may be situated in a different place in each one - if I recall correctly certain parts of the marble have a magnifying type effect. For sure the pictures you posted are very different angles.
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Firstly - based on my experience, I believe the set to be complete at 120 - 6 packages with 20 marbles per package. Regarding the "big head" - take a real careful look from different angles (through different parts of the clear marble) understanding that the paper inside may be situated in a different place in each one - if I recall correctly certain parts of the marble have a magnifying type effect. For sure the pictures you posted are very different angles.
Thanks, I will re-look and get back to you.
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The package says some are autographed, how would that work? They are pretty cool , I wonder if my old pogs will ever be collected.
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The package says some are autographed, how would that work? They are pretty cool , I wonder if my old pogs will ever be collected.
Facs. auto on the reverse (inside the marble)
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I have re-looked and turned them every which way. The Nye definitely has a big and small head.

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I have re-looked and turned them every which way. The Nye definitely has a big and small head.
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I wonder if there are any other variations? I hate it when this happens to me as now I have another research project
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Here are pics of my Series 2, 4 and 6 unopened packs of marbles and a pic of the back of the pack showing facsimile autographs...would love to find Series 1, 3 and 5

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Also have an unopened pack #2 with top cut off to trade towards Series 1, 3 or 5

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Thanks for sharing. Can you tell if any of the marbles are a big head? I have started my research project to little avail.
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Jim, I know this issue pretty well. I actually bought some when they were issued. I sure these "big head" marbles are not variations. This is a very low tech item. Some of them had the placement of the player either higher or lower than the middle of the marble, thus the "big head" appearance. That's my opinion anyway.

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the photo closer to the surface just appears larger
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Thanks guys, I appreciate it and it makes a lot of sense.
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Old 12-25-2018, 09:20 AM
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Default Well - found a checklist!!

Looks like I must have owned a set at one point and wrote a checklist. Here goes:

Series 1:
Hank Aaron
Felipe Alou
Luis Aparicio
Ken Berry
Paul Blair
Bobby Bolin
Dave Boswell
Nelson Briles
Johnny Callison
Norm Cash
Bill Freehan
Jim Grant
Jimmie Hall
Tom Haller
ROn Hansen
Joe Horlen
Randy HUndley
Tommy John
Jim Kaat
Tommy Davis

Series 2:
Tommie Aaron
Tommie Agee
Gene Alley
Max Alvis
Stanh Bahnsen
Ernie Banks
Wally Bunhker
Dean Chance
Don Clendednon
Jim Fregosi
Jerry Grote
Ken Harrelson
Dick Hughes
Jim Hunter
Mickey Lolich
Dave McNally
Dennis Menke
Joe Peppitone
Gary Peters
Bob Gibson


Series 3:
Jesous Alou
ROberto CLemente
Al Downing
Pat Jarvis
DOn Kessinger
Harmon Killebrew
Sam McDowell
Bob Miller
Joe Morgan
Gary Nolan
Boog Powell
Brooks Robinson
Frank Robinson
George Scott
Mike Shannon
Willie Stargell
Pete Ward
Maury Wills
Dooley Womack
Jim Northrup

Series 4:
Mike Andrews
Glenn Beckert
Lou Brock
Steve Hargan
Willie Horton
Julian Javier
Deron Johnson
Jim Lefbvre
Jim Longborg
Juan Marichal
Jerry May
Dick McAuliffe
Tim McCarver
Willie McCovey
Jim Merritt
Rich Nye
Camilo Pascual
Tony Perez
Pete Richert
Tom Tresh

Series 5:
Bob Allison
Matty Alou
Bob Aspromonte
Bob Bailey
Johnny Bench
Tony CLoninger
Curt Flood
Frank Howard
Ron Hunt
Mack Jones
Al Kaline
Jerry Koosman
Eddie Mathews
Denny McClain
Tony Olivia
Claude Osteen
Jim Perry
Vada Pinson
Pete Rose
Chico Salmon


Series 6:
Richie Allen
Gary Bell
Orlando Cepeda
Jim Hart
Roger Maris
Willie Mays
Rick MOnday
MIlt Pappas
Fritz Peterson
Rico Petrocelli
ROn Santo
Tom Seaver
Dick Selma
Joe Sparma
Mel Stottlemyre
Luis Tiant
Cesar Tovar
Billy WIlliams
Earl Wilson
Frank Linzy


Sorry for any type'o's - Typed quickly - as previously mentioned - complete at 6 series and 120 marbles - assuming it was 1968 - Mantle is noticeably absent?
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Default Well - found a checklist!!

Looks like I must have owned a set at one point and wrote a checklist. Here goes:

Series 1:
Hank Aaron
Felipe Alou
Luis Aparicio
Ken Berry
Paul Blair
Bobby Bolin
Dave Boswell
Nelson Briles
Johnny Callison
Norm Cash
Bill Freehan
Jim Grant
Jimmie Hall
Tom Haller
ROn Hansen
Joe Horlen
Randy HUndley
Tommy John
Jim Kaat
Tommy Davis

Series 2:
Tommie Aaron
Tommie Agee
Gene Alley
Max Alvis
Stanh Bahnsen
Ernie Banks
Wally Bunhker
Dean Chance
Don Clendednon
Jim Fregosi
Jerry Grote
Ken Harrelson
Dick Hughes
Jim Hunter
Mickey Lolich
Dave McNally
Dennis Menke
Joe Peppitone
Gary Peters
Bob Gibson


Series 3:
Jesous Alou
ROberto CLemente
Al Downing
Pat Jarvis
DOn Kessinger
Harmon Killebrew
Sam McDowell
Bob Miller
Joe Morgan
Gary Nolan
Boog Powell
Brooks Robinson
Frank Robinson
George Scott
Mike Shannon
Willie Stargell
Pete Ward
Maury Wills
Dooley Womack
Jim Northrup

Series 4:
Mike Andrews
Glenn Beckert
Lou Brock
Steve Hargan
Willie Horton
Julian Javier
Deron Johnson
Jim Lefbvre
Jim Longborg
Juan Marichal
Jerry May
Dick McAuliffe
Tim McCarver
Willie McCovey
Jim Merritt
Rich Nye
Camilo Pascual
Tony Perez
Pete Richert
Tom Tresh

Series 5:
Bob Allison
Matty Alou
Bob Aspromonte
Bob Bailey
Johnny Bench
Tony CLoninger
Curt Flood
Frank Howard
Ron Hunt
Mack Jones
Al Kaline
Jerry Koosman
Eddie Mathews
Denny McClain
Tony Olivia
Claude Osteen
Jim Perry
Vada Pinson
Pete Rose
Chico Salmon


Series 6:
Richie Allen
Gary Bell
Orlando Cepeda
Jim Hart
Roger Maris
Willie Mays
Rick MOnday
MIlt Pappas
Fritz Peterson
Rico Petrocelli
ROn Santo
Tom Seaver
Dick Selma
Joe Sparma
Mel Stottlemyre
Luis Tiant
Cesar Tovar
Billy WIlliams
Earl Wilson
Frank Linzy


Sorry for any type'o's - Typed quickly - as previously mentioned - complete at 6 series and 120 marbles - assuming it was 1968 - Mantle is noticeably absent?
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Wow. I never saw the marbles when I was growing up, but I did collect a few of the rubber balls from that same timeframe and which were about the same size.
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Looks like I must have owned a set at one point and wrote a checklist. Here goes:

Series 1:
Hank Aaron
Felipe Alou
Luis Aparicio
Ken Berry
Paul Blair
Bobby Bolin
Dave Boswell
Nelson Briles
Johnny Callison
Norm Cash
Bill Freehan
Jim Grant
Jimmie Hall
Tom Haller
ROn Hansen
Joe Horlen
Randy HUndley
Tommy John
Jim Kaat
Tommy Davis

Series 2:
Tommie Aaron
Tommie Agee
Gene Alley
Max Alvis
Stanh Bahnsen
Ernie Banks
Wally Bunhker
Dean Chance
Don Clendednon
Jim Fregosi
Jerry Grote
Ken Harrelson
Dick Hughes
Jim Hunter
Mickey Lolich
Dave McNally
Dennis Menke
Joe Peppitone
Gary Peters
Bob Gibson


Series 3:
Jesous Alou
ROberto CLemente
Al Downing
Pat Jarvis
DOn Kessinger
Harmon Killebrew
Sam McDowell
Bob Miller
Joe Morgan
Gary Nolan
Boog Powell
Brooks Robinson
Frank Robinson
George Scott
Mike Shannon
Willie Stargell
Pete Ward
Maury Wills
Dooley Womack
Jim Northrup

Series 4:
Mike Andrews
Glenn Beckert
Lou Brock
Steve Hargan
Willie Horton
Julian Javier
Deron Johnson
Jim Lefbvre
Jim Longborg
Juan Marichal
Jerry May
Dick McAuliffe
Tim McCarver
Willie McCovey
Jim Merritt
Rich Nye
Camilo Pascual
Tony Perez
Pete Richert
Tom Tresh

Series 5:
Bob Allison
Matty Alou
Bob Aspromonte
Bob Bailey
Johnny Bench
Tony CLoninger
Curt Flood
Frank Howard
Ron Hunt
Mack Jones
Al Kaline
Jerry Koosman
Eddie Mathews
Denny McClain
Tony Olivia
Claude Osteen
Jim Perry
Vada Pinson
Pete Rose
Chico Salmon


Series 6:
Richie Allen
Gary Bell
Orlando Cepeda
Jim Hart
Roger Maris
Willie Mays
Rick MOnday
MIlt Pappas
Fritz Peterson
Rico Petrocelli
ROn Santo
Tom Seaver
Dick Selma
Joe Sparma
Mel Stottlemyre
Luis Tiant
Cesar Tovar
Billy WIlliams
Earl Wilson
Frank Linzy


Sorry for any type'o's - Typed quickly - as previously mentioned - complete at 6 series and 120 marbles - assuming it was 1968 - Mantle is noticeably absent?
Thanks much. I have printed the list off and will add it to my book. Appreciate it.
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I have never seen color variations of players. I have owned multiples of a number of the players. I didn't pay close attention to the size of their heads, but do not recall variations in them either. There were either 5 or 6 different packages(despite advertising 24 series) like the one shown above. 20 marbles per package (listed on the packages as "series") that would put a set at either 100 or 120. You used to be able to find them once in a while on unopened packages like the one shown. Those seem to be buried in collections as I can't recall the last time I saw one publicly offered. Hope that helps. Some bigger names - Clemente, Mays, Rose - no Mantle.
I have Series 5 with no particular personal attachment. I am certainly open to selling it.
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Jim, I know this issue pretty well. I actually bought some when they were issued. I sure these "big head" marbles are not variations. This is a very low tech item. Some of them had the placement of the player either higher or lower than the middle of the marble, thus the "big head" appearance. That's my opinion anyway.

Found this site that references “big heads” and “small heads”.

http://www.baseball-cards.com/vintag...-marbles.shtml

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Found this site that references “big heads” and “small heads”.

http://www.baseball-cards.com/vintag...-marbles.shtml
Thanks a whole bunch. Interesting that I know this site bidding on his auctions but never looked at his vintage stuff. Appreciate it very much.
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I have Series 5 with no particular personal attachment. I am certainly open to selling it.
No Cubs in Series 5 or I would inquire further. Thanks.
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No Cubs in Series 5 or I would inquire further. Thanks.
Being from the southside of Chicago, I would probably the cubs away for free! Just joking
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Being from the southside of Chicago, I would probably the cubs away for free! Just joking
I hear you and understand :>}
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