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Old 06-30-2018, 05:58 PM
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Pretty excited about this.
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Awesome. I just started working on this myself!!!
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Wow, that is great looking all together like that. Very impressive. Thanks for sharing those. Kaline is one of my favorite players too so it's even cooler for that reason.
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You should endeavor to also get autographed cards of his variations, most notably a 1962 green tint (the scan is small, so you may already have that one) and the 1973 Band-Aid card.
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I always loved his 55 Topps Card. So cool !!
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I have a number of other Kalineís ready to send in to SGC. I have the 62 & 64 Venezuelanís, the Atlantic Oil, 71 Topps Super, 3 Exhibits and a couple of other McCarthy Postcards and a number of more recent Jersey/Bat cards already signed. Back in the early 70ís my Dad would pick up any Kalines he could find and put together a pretty nice collection ( really happy with the Kalines but wish he would bought up the Mantleís). I still kid him about that!! Itís amazing how many cards Kaline has and itís quite a challenge. Thanks for the positive comments!
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Someone just purchased a raggedly cut but autographed 1962 Post Canadian Cereal Kaline (one of his tougher cards even without the autograph) for just $15.00 or so on ebay. I had been watching it, and decided after several days to pull the trigger despite the bad cut, but it had been sold. Anyone here get it and want to part with it for a profit?

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Mike,

The Kaline autographed run is very cool BUT I canít really see the cards that well in the two pictures you posted. Is there any way you could enlarge the pictures and/or take a shot of fewer cards, or even the individual cards?

I started a Brooks Robinson signed run several months ago, of his regular issue cards, and am making slow progress. Iím trying to get them all in pen so it makes it a tad more challenging. I may do a sharpie autographed run once Iím complete (if that ever happens).

Never was really into autographed cards in the past, but itís growing on me.
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I will post them in smaller groups. I have some new ones to add as well. Give me a couple of days and I will try and post them this weekend. Also, I didnít get the Canadian Post Cereal Kaline but wish I did.
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The Kaline autographed run is very cool BUT I can’t really see the cards that well in the two pictures you posted. Is there any way you could enlarge the pictures and/or take a shot of fewer cards, or even the individual cards?

I started a Brooks Robinson signed run several months ago, of his regular issue cards, and am making slow progress. I’m trying to get them all in pen so it makes it a tad more challenging. I may do a sharpie autographed run once I’m complete (if that ever happens).

Never was really into autographed cards in the past, but it’s growing on me.
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Why don’t you just send the cards to Brooks and include the pen you want. He is so accommodating. I don’t see it being a problem to get him to do that. Not trying to blow up this thread. I talked to Mike about this run and I’m working on duplicating it. Love this stuff. Got back 61/62 Kalines today!

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Very Nice collection !!!
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That is a great looking collection! How long did you work on putting that together?

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I have a number of other Kalineís ready to send in to SGC. I have the 62 & 64 Venezuelanís, the Atlantic Oil, 71 Topps Super, 3 Exhibits and a couple of other McCarthy Postcards and a number of more recent Jersey/Bat cards already signed. Back in the early 70ís my Dad would pick up any Kalines he could find and put together a pretty nice collection ( really happy with the Kalines but wish he would bought up the Mantleís). I still kid him about that!! Itís amazing how many cards Kaline has and itís quite a challenge. Thanks for the positive comments!
That's insane and something for other player collectors and autograph collectors to aspire to!

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Been working on it off and on for about 30 years. I believe I have most of the regular 1954-75 Topps cards done (still need the 1955 Double Header). I never considered the team cards until I saw Marchilloís post on his Brooks Robinson run. I am now working on some of the odd ball stuff (Kelloggís/SSPC/Transogram/etc). I will post more cards as time permits.
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A few new ones fresh from SGC.B14F35F4-8C0A-40E4-AF23-433DD975B0CB.jpg
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Pretty excited about the Venezuelanís.
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One more. 1968 Atlantic Oil.

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Excited to add these 2 exhibits.

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I do not collect Kaline per se but if he is in a Topps set I mostly have him. I was going to scan the actual Plaq, but it really could be anybody

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Al: those Kalineís are incredible!!
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I like it. I regret letting my 72 Topps go. I got it at a show in the early 90s. He was always signing everywhere. Iím not sure about now but thatís an impressive stash


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Here is my Kaline. Autographed in 1987, Royal Oak, Michigan
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Just received this back from SGC. I was surprised at the size of the holder. I will post a couple of other Kaline cards that are the same size but put in a much smaller holder.
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A few more back today in SGCís new holder.
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A few more back today in SGCís new holder.
Those are some nice looking autographs. Thanks so much for sharing...

How do you personally like the new SGC holders compared to the ones prior? By the pictures they look pretty nice to me.

Iíd personally have to get the Super posted earlier in the thread in just a tad bit smaller holder. That should go in the postcard size holder, correct?
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I like the holders. The only negative for me is I have probably close to 50 Kaline signatures in the old holders and these obviously donít match for display purposes. As for the 71 Super I donít know what the deal is with that holder. Not sure why they didnít put it in the smaller one like the post cards. One of these days I will call and ask SGC. Overall I have no issues with SGC. They have treated me pretty well.
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I like the holders. The only negative for me is I have probably close to 50 Kaline signatures in the old holders and these obviously donít match for display purposes. As for the 71 Super I donít know what the deal is with that holder. Not sure why they didnít put it in the smaller one like the post cards. One of these days I will call and ask SGC. Overall I have no issues with SGC. They have treated me pretty well.
I havenít submitted anything to SGC, or PSA for that matter, but think for an autographed card I think the holders gives a better look for display purposes than the card alone. Iím doing a kinda side project of a regular issue autographed run of Brooks Robinson in pen, some are in holders that I purchased this way and some are just the card. Im still unsure at this point whether I want to spend the money on slabbing them or not. Also, as you noted they are in different holders, Iíd likely want them all to be the same, but for you that sounds like it would be a costly proposition.
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Picked these up the other day. Taking them to Cleveland in a couple of weeks to have authenticated and get the autoís graded.
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Awesome stuff...thanks for sharing. I'm kinda working on an SGC Killebrew base card auto run...have a few nice cards but not intense about it. Seeing these gives me an itch...lol. I too wasn't into autos but they are sure nice to own.


Do you think guys like Kaline and Brooks own any of their own cards? They get to see every nook and cranny card out there as they get requests, I would think human nature would be to collect my own cards. I know I certainly would!! haha...

Again...thanks for sharing!
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Do you think guys like Kaline and Brooks own any of their own cards? They get to see every nook and cranny card out there as they get requests, I would think human nature would be to collect my own cards. I know I certainly would!! haha...
I donít think Brooks collects anything. He pretty much gives/gave his playing day items away. Many years ago when they wanted to get a pic of Brooks with his gold gloves they had to borrow other players GG awards so they could do the photo; heíd given most of them away. Rawlings ultimately had 16 more made and gave them to Brooks and a couple years ago they went in the Heritage auction and he donated tbe proceeds to charity.
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Mike have you showed Kaline your auto run of his cards?
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I donít think Brooks collects anything. He pretty much gives/gave his playing day items away. Many years ago when they wanted to get a pic of Brooks with his gold gloves they had to borrow other players GG awards so they could do the photo; heíd given most of them away. Rawlings ultimately had 16 more made and gave them to Brooks and a couple years ago they went in the Heritage auction and he donated tbe proceeds to charity.
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How can you not love that guy.
Totally agree. wow. Thanks for the Brooks insight!
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Lou, I have not tried to show him yet. I think I may send him a couple of pictures at some point.287FEA52-A8FD-4736-9FEE-C3D1F08037DE.jpg

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Just got these back and hopefully a couple of the signatures grade out to be 10ís.9E940E27-54DC-4AF5-B324-4F8AD8217455.jpg

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Hi Mike,

Isnít it correct that SGC isnít going to authenticate autographs going forward? Are you going to start using PSA and/or BGS or some other company?
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Does Al Kaline sign through the mail or through a foundation or something? I'd love to send a card or two his way.
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I will probably use PSA now. I started using SGC awhile back for signed cards that I planned on keeping for my personal collection because I liked the way they looked in holders. I know many people are using Beckett as well for their signed cards. In retrospect I probably should have had PSA handle the Kalineís and I could have put them in the registry. I started collecting his signatures in 1974 and have continued it until now. Some of the newer stuff was signed in Lakeland and have also had some success TTM. My Dad was a big Kaline fan and he helped me along the way as well.
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I will probably use PSA now. I started using SGC awhile back for signed cards that I planned on keeping for my personal collection because I liked the way they looked in holders. I know many people are using Beckett as well for their signed cards. In retrospect I probably should have had PSA handle the Kalineís and I could have put them in the registry. I started collecting his signatures in 1974 and have continued it until now. Some of the newer stuff was signed in Lakeland and have also had some success TTM. My Dad was a big Kaline fan and he helped me along the way as well.


Wow. I just found this out. Finished my Kaline Base run yesterday and was gonna submit next show. Now I will have a mix. SGC has made some killer changes lately. Ugh.





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Looks awesome!!
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Looks awesome!!
Thanks Mike. Iím just bummed about SGC. Looks like Iíll switch over to PSA. Thanks for your advice on this project. You were spot on.

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Wow. I just found this out. Finished my Kaline Base run yesterday and was gonna submit next show. Now I will have a mix. SGC has made some killer changes lately. Ugh.

Stephen,

I canít believe I missed the picture of your finished Kaline regular issue run. Looks awesome by the way. You acquired them so FAST! Iím still slowly working on my Brooksie regular issue signed run. Iíve bought a couple that I need to upgrade as well (I should have been more patient). Are you going to go for more on the Kaline cards like you did Brooks?

Iím bummed about the SGC holders as well. I think the autograph cards look the best in those holders. Oh, well at least mine are a hodgepodge already.
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