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I'll start with one of mine, a card that was ahead of its time and reminds me of the 92 Upper Deck Shaq RC.
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Anthony, whose game was based on accuracy not power, was a dramatic contrast to another great bowler of the era who threw HARD, Mark Roth, who sadly passed away last year.
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I saw many, many events in the Astrodome so I got a kick out of adding this card to my collection years ago. This shot appears to be taken from the same seats we sat in for University of Houston football games as students. Sat there for the Game of the Century duel between Elvin Hayes and Lew Alcindor as well.
I had nearly the same view from my stand on the mezzanine level selling beer during Oilers games. I had to duck down to see the scoreboard though, because of the overhanging upper deck.




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It took me a while to come around, but I'm a big fan of the Sportscasters. Lots of HOF pre-rookies. Here are a few of my personal faves:
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Were all of these cards issued over the 3 years or were they issued in series? I know nothing about them. Thanks!
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Were all of these cards issued over the 3 years or were they issued in series? I know nothing about them. Thanks!
I think some of each. There definitely are different series/releases and they were also issued separately in many countries. It may be, though, that some of the series continued to be released for more than one year. But the PSA dates mean little, as Magic and Bird would not have been issued in 1977 for example.
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I think some of each. There definitely are different series/releases and they were also issued separately in many countries. It may be, though, that some of the series continued to be released for more than one year. But the PSA dates mean little, as Magic and Bird would not have been issued in 1977 for example.
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Are the copyright dates on the back the actual issue dates?
I think so but I also think for the earlier ones they may have continued to release them for more than that year.
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It took me a while to come around, but I'm a big fan of the Sportscasters. Lots of HOF pre-rookies. Here are a few of my personal faves:
The one with the women's basketball game is a great card. It has Uljana Semjonova (preferred spelling), Pattie Sue Head (Summit) #14 on the right. Lusia Harris trying to block Semjonova's shot. Nancy Dunkle #8 and Julienne Simpson #15. Harris died earlier this year and Semjonova turned 70 a few weeks ago. An acquaintance who lives in Latvia says she does not like publicity, but she is one of the countries most famous athletes. She competed for the Soviet Union since Latvia was a CSR (Communist Socialist Republic). The one of Ann Meyers is probably either the Pan Am Games or World Championships as she wore #6 at the 1976 Olympics.
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The one with the women's basketball game is a great card. It has Uljana Semjonova (preferred spelling), Pattie Sue Head (Summit) #14 on the right. Lusia Harris trying to block Semjonova's shot. Nancy Dunkle #8 and Julienne Simpson #15. Harris died earlier this year and Semjonova turned 70 a few weeks ago. An acquaintance who lives in Latvia says she does not like publicity, but she is one of the countries most famous athletes. She competed for the Soviet Union since Latvia was a CSR (Communist Socialist Republic). The one of Ann Meyers is probably either the Pan Am Games or World Championships as she wore #6 at the 1976 Olympics.
Thanks for the info, Michael. Im a big fan of that card. To the best of my knowledge, its the only playing days issue for Harris and Summitt.
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The one with the women's basketball game is a great card. . . . Lusia Harris trying to block Semjonova's shot. . . . Harris died earlier this year
A documentary about Lusia Harris, titled "The Queen of Basketball", executive produced by Shaquille O'Neal and Stephen Curry, won an Oscar last night.

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Im a big fan of that card. To the best of my knowledge, its the only playing days issue for Harris and Summitt.
I've seen it mentioned that Harris had a postcard from 1972 (but have never seen the card itself).

And strictly speaking, since the card was no earlier than 1977, it isn't a playing days issue for Summitt. Her last playing days were the 1976 Olympics. In 1977 she was coaching at Tennessee in AIAW competition.
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Are the copyright dates on the back the actual issue dates?
I think so but I also think for the earlier ones they may have continued to release them for more than that year.
So if a card is copyrighted 1978, it was probably issued in 1978 but may also have been issued in 1979. But was certainly not issued in 1977.
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Thanks for the info, Michael. Im a big fan of that card. To the best of my knowledge, its the only playing days issue for Harris and Summitt.
I am not a card person so I would not even know if there are any cards of them. I have photos of both. In the thread about basketball photos and postcards I posted a photo of Pattie Sue Head in 1973 after she won a gold medal at the Universiade. I also have an Olympic game action photo of Harris.
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So if a card is copyrighted 1978, it was probably issued in 1978 but may also have been issued in 1979. But was certainly not issued in 1977.
I think that's right but don't profess omniscience about Sportscasters.
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"Pattie Sue"? She went by Trisha, or sometimes Trish, when she was young.
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I believe I have seen one that way. I may have gotten one in person like that years ago. Here is the closest I have now.

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I've seen it mentioned that Harris had a postcard from 1972 (but have never seen the card itself).

And strictly speaking, since the card was no earlier than 1977, it isn't a playing days issue for Summitt. Her last playing days were the 1976 Olympics. In 1977 she was coaching at Tennessee in AIAW competition.
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AS far as I know they were - At least in the US- sold by subscription, so much a month for a certain number of cards.
I think - but am not sure- that each subscription began with set 1 and continued showing up as long as your money held out.
The number at the lower right ends in the set and card number. The Astrodome card is set 20 card 2.

A totally crazy set if you count all the different printing locations, languages, etc.
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AS far as I know they were - At least in the US- sold by subscription, so much a month for a certain number of cards.
I think - but am not sure- that each subscription began with set 1 and continued showing up as long as your money held out.
The number at the lower right ends in the set and card number. The Astrodome card is set 20 card 2.

A totally crazy set if you count all the different printing locations, languages, etc.
And while for the most part the different countries overlap, some subjects were issued only in one country I think, like Maradona in the Finnish version.
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And while for the most part the different countries overlap, some subjects were issued only in one country I think, like Maradona in the Finnish version.

Yeah, there were lots of subjects only issued in Specific countries. I know I've had stacks of Finnish and Swedish Boxing Sportscasters, and each country has several local boxers only found in those sets.

Nothing as dramatic as a Maradona though.

The foreign version with the same subjects often have different dates on the back from the English language versions.
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Yeah, there were lots of subjects only issued in Specific countries. I know I've had stacks of Finnish and Swedish Boxing Sportscasters, and each country has several local boxers only found in those sets.

Nothing as dramatic as a Maradona though.

The foreign version with the same subjects often have different dates on the back from the English language versions.
The colors look slightly different too on Finnish ones. A little greener maybe.
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