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Old 12-04-2022, 09:06 PM
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Default My Willie mays collection

Just a post to share all of my Willie mays collection. He is my main collection and my favorite player of all time. I love the oddball and rare pieces that expand to more than just cards.

FEEL FREE TO POST YOURS! make this one big Willie thread.

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Old 12-04-2022, 09:16 PM
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. I sold a ton of lower end mays I had to build up enough to grab this. I was also picky on what I wanted. I wanted centered with good visual and no major creases that take eye appeal away.

1951 bowman SGC 1
No paper loss ✅
No major crease✅
Well centered✅
Solid eye appeal✅
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. I sold a ton of lower end mays I had to build up enough to grab this. I was also picky on what I wanted. I wanted centered with good visual and no major creases that take eye appeal away.



1951 bowman SGC 1

No paper loss

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Well centered

Solid eye appeal
well done. pretty nice for a 1.

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I bought this one through heritage, at a couple hundred below where similar were selling for. A bit of writing in the bat, but has great centering for this always way OC card.

1952 bowman SGC 1
Centered with good eye appeal!
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Old 12-05-2022, 09:11 AM
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Keep 'em coming!

I decided in 2021 that I didn't have nearly enough Mays cards in my collection, and that I would try to get more.
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This Willie Mays thread was started back in May of this year and has a lot of great cards posted within.
No harm in seeing more, however.
https://www.net54baseball.com/showth...lie+mays+cards
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Centering is another huge problem with this set. I saw this and I had to have it.

1952 berk Ross Willie mays PSA 1
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Old 12-05-2022, 05:51 PM
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Just grabbed this a few weeks back. Will be sending to SGC around New Years.

1955 Robert gould Willie mays
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Nice stuff. Not a lot of Goulds around. I like this oddball:



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I need one of those!! One of my favorites. Thanks for sharing!


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'54 and '57 have always been a favorite of mine.



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1954 redman SGC 6

one of the first mays cards I purchased. These are very undervalued In my opinion.
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1954 topps SGC A

This thing is mint besides you know not having corners. I donít usually touch altered cards, but this was too pretty to pass up at 125$.
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There is a variant of the 54 with a white band on his arm. Fairly common
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Such a beautiful card!!! Never heard of that variant before
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The 1954 T is my absolute favorite Mays card. Just a beautiful card. 2nd place for me is the 1965

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You have an amazing collection, to be justifiably proud of!
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This is a tough, cool one...

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Some great looking cards of Wille being posted. The 57 is my favorite at this time.

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They are all beautiful, thanks for sharing them all!!!

Next up we have the first mays I ever purchased.
1955 bowman SGC 5

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Thanks for sharing your great Mays cards, AP. It's always good fun to see great collections, and it seems like you've still got a lot more coming.

As some of you may know, I have a bit of a Mays collection as well. I've hesitated to share it here, just because this is AP's thread, and I don't want to be viewed as usurping this thread, or maybe stealing the show with an unnecessary cardboard flex.

Having said that, if you have a lot of time on your hands, and you're dying to see my full Mays collection, you can find it here:

https://www.psacard.com/psasetregist...shedset/290520

However, I will share a few pieces here, since we all enjoy a little cardboard eye candy.

First, a few mainline cards that I enjoy, mostly because of their borders, which make them difficult to find in high grades.
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You literally have the best one in the world!!!! I have a handful and itís slowly growing bigger and better!


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Thanks for sharing your great Mays cards, AP. It's always good fun to see great collections, and it seems like you've still got a lot more coming.

As some of you may know, I have a bit of a Mays collection as well. I've hesitated to share it here, just because this is AP's thread, and I don't want to be viewed as usurping this thread, or maybe stealing the show with an unnecessary cardboard flex.

Having said that, if you have a lot of time on your hands, and you're dying to see my full Mays collection, you can find it here:

https://www.psacard.com/psasetregist...shedset/290520

However, I will share a few pieces here, since we all enjoy a little cardboard eye candy.

First, a few mainline cards that I enjoy, mostly because of their borders, which make them difficult to find in high grades.
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And a few Venezuelan dandies, because I've always found them particularly intriguing.
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1959 Home Run Derby
PSA 1
Actually has auto dealer stamp on back, which is cool to me as thatís where these came from.
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Finally, a handful of some oddballs that are near and dear to my heart. Of course, when I first started collecting, the oddballs confused me and drove me nuts. Now that I've warmed up to them, I've enjoyed the quest to find them, because so many of them are nearly impossible to find.
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Great post Nicolo. The 61 Dice and 66 Punch Out are amazing
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You literally have the best one in the world!!!! I have a handful and itís slowly growing bigger and better!
Thanks for the praise. "Best", in this context is a bit of a term of art, just because we're only going by stuff in the set registry, which excludes everyone who doesn't do graded cards, and also excludes anything that PSA doesn't grade. So the odds are good that there are a lot of other collections out there that are just as nice if not nicer.

At the same time, it's definitely an exciting adventure to chase down everything that PSA includes in the set registry. Just a handful left to get them all, at least until more pieces are added to the set registry...
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A few more
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Hi Al:

Is that the Topps stand up test set issue from like 64? From what I've heard they are really thick. I remember seeing one of these at auction in the last year or so, but the bidding went up to like $28k, so I tapped out.

From what I've heard, there are only a few floating around out there.
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Incredible stuff guys, i have never seen some of those. I got in the game late, so a lot of that is permanently out of my reach. Still love seeing and learning about the oddballs with home that I may get a shot at some of them someday.
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Nicolo---the Stand Ups are from 1967 according to SCD but Dave Hornish may have better insight. They can be found thick with die cuts or in thin "proof form". Some seem scarcer that others. I still need one to finish the set.

But your Dice card and 66 Punch Out are in my view by far the toughest of his Topps cards, although I think Larry S has what may be the only actual Topps Mays Plak I have ever seen.

I have settled on only one example of the 66 Dice, Kaline, and one example of the 66 Punch Outs, Stargel. Would guess less than a handful exist for any of those unissued test items

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Amazing stuff, everyone!
Here's a couple of my Mays cards purchased from a fellow net54 Mays collector.



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Al...that dice and 66 punch and hires test used to reside in South Florida

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1960 topps SGC 6.5 (a bit undergraded IMO)
1961 topps SGC 8 this is a beauty, tiny blemish on top left.
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This is my favorite mays topps base card. Love the color watch and the image selected.

1962 topps PSA 8(PD)
A bit of snow on the front but picked up for less than 1/10th the cost of a real PSA 8. Card is gorgeous and this set is impossible for condition.
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Those 2 are great AP
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Here's an old chestnut, with hot dog stains, and who knows what else !
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Unreal, that card is so pretty! Thanks for sharing it
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Casino chips from Bally's?

Haven't seen those before.
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1963 bazooka panel SGC 7 highest graded
1963 post hand cut SGC 7.5
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Casino chips from Bally's?

Haven't seen those before.
Yes Ballys Park Place from Atlantic City my parents would go frequently,my Dad got these for me back in the 90's
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