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Here's a nice 1948-49 Exhibits Card of George Mikan. A real undervalued card in my opinion when compared to his Bowman RC. Maybe some of the recent hobby love for Exhibit cards will rub off on this one? Post some other cards (Basketball or Hockey) you feel are undervalued or underappreciated.
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1979 JD McCarthy Wayne Gretzky PC. When a Topps or OPC sells for thousands of dollars and is readily available by the dozens in beautiful shape, this RC seems like a great deal:



Echoes the under-appreciation of 1960s McCarthy issues from Detroit and Chicago teams:





1940s-1950s Canadian 'Exhibit' Cards. These were issued in Canada for vending machines in the late 40s/early 50s, have very early and very scarce cards of major HOFers, many of them years before comparable Topps or Parkhurst cards, yet they are very modestly priced by comparison:






Then there are team issues. Talk about under-appreciated cards.





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Looking at the pics above, and although I am biased, I would say the Beehive hockey cards are undervalued and underappreciated.

These have been around since the 30's so it is surprising they are not sought after more.
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Most definitely underappreciated. Probably because of the size. Curious to know if these were sold in the U.S?
Anyway I've started my signed BeeHive collection with Glenn Hall. Every journey begins with the first step.

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Most definitely underappreciated. Probably because of the size. Curious to know if these were sold in the U.S?
Anyway I've started my signed BeeHive collection with Glenn Hall. Every journey begins with the first step.

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Size is definitely a factor, imo, Neil, and as far as I know, although most seem to be in Canada, these were also available to Americans.

Most listings on E-Bay are from CDN provinces, but I have seen American listings as well.

Nice P/U with your Glen Hall.

Mine are currently for sale/trade if you are interested? I have 245 of them in sheets and in binders.
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Hmmmm. I've got some stuff you might be interested in for trades.

My email neilfrancis1955@gmail.com.

Some interesting autographs you might like. We can barter via email if you'd like. Let me know. Thanks Irv.


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Here's a nice 1948-49 Exhibits Card of George Mikan. A real undervalued card in my opinion when compared to his Bowman RC. Maybe some of the recent hobby love for Exhibit cards will rub off on this one? Post some other cards (Basketball or Hockey) you feel are undervalued or underappreciated.
Agree with the Mikan exhibit.
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I like these team issued postcards, rookie year Gretzky and one year before his rookie Roy.
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Sportscaster Gretzky Rookie
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And here's a Bird a year before his RC.
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That Bird is definitely on my wish list Peter. Super tough to find gem mint.
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I like these team issued postcards, rookie year Gretzky and one year before his rookie Roy.
Good call on the Roy postcard Peter, I forgot about that one. This one just popped up on ebay today so I grabbed it!
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Moving off rookies, while I am not a big fan of the Icee Bear issue, I love this one, costs very little.
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And here's a relatively obscure (perhaps for good reason though I like it a lot) Magic.
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Nice Peter! Here's a non-rookie that took me years to find!
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Gordie Howe promo card from the mid 60s.
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Gordie Howe promo card from the mid 60s.
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First post here.
I am going to go with the 1933 O-Pee-Chee 'Series A' Eddie Shore Rookie. Before Orr, there was Shore! That's right! In the 1930s, he was probably just as big as Morenz was. Boston fans worshiped him, while hockey fans in other cities wanted his head. The arenas were always full every time he played. The sad part is, majority of hockey fans today don't even know who he was. The NHL is partially to blame for this because all they want to talk about is Wayne Gretzky. Anyways, check it out below:
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I think a really highly undervalued card is Mike Bossy. He was an outstanding player and a big part of the New York Islanders winning their Stanley Cups. He was nothing short of a pure goal scorer.. He is still ranked 21st overall in the NHL for goals scored, and NOBODY has a higher Goals/Games played % than him at 0.762..You can pick up a PSA 8 of this guy for around $125.00, Considering a Gretzky in PSA 8 sells north of $4000, and centering is an issue with the 1978's, The card seem like a real bargain to me..

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Beautiful card. I agree the 78's are a nightmare with centering. I have a stack of them all OC.

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1971 Ken Dryden rookie year postcard.
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Here is one off the beaten path.
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I have never seen that Russell card before. The quote marks around "Bill" seem kind of bizarre. "Bill" is the standard default name of, well. just about every guy named William.

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Add Frank Mahovlich cards to the list.
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I have never seen that Russell card before. The quote marks around "Bill" seem kind of bizarre. "Bill" is the standard default name of, well. just about every guy named William.
When the William is 6 foot 9 and extremely intimidating, you tread carefully.
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1972-73 OPC Ken Dryden 2nd year card.


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Leaders cards get no love. Between being oversize, the three all time greats, and the colors, for $30 I will take it.
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The Test Orr RC is undervalued IMO, it's the '52 Mantle of hockey! Around 100 are believed to exist and a lot of them are really off-centered.
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The Test Orr RC is undervalued IMO, it's the '52 Mantle of hockey! Around 100 are believed to exist and a lot of them are really off-centered.
Very nice, Jeff, and that goes for the rest of your collection as well !
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The Test Orr RC is undervalued IMO, it's the '52 Mantle of hockey! Around 100 are believed to exist and a lot of them are really off-centered.
That's a great card. The thing about some of these oddball issues (not the test Orr, which is very valuable) is that sometimes, as a friend of mine says, the only thing lower than the supply is the demand. But ton the plus side as a collector there are many incredible pieces one can pick up at a fraction of what some widely-available, to my mind mediocre cards go for.
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The thing about some of these oddball issues (not the test Orr, which is very valuable) is that sometimes, as a friend of mine says, the only thing lower than the supply is the demand. But ton the plus side as a collector there are many incredible pieces one can pick up at a fraction of what some widely-available, to my mind mediocre cards go for.
Again, a very astute observation from you and your friend, Peter. I would have to add that some of those non-mainstream issues are sleeping giants. Tunnel-visioned hobbyists can be very, very slow to mentally internalize the merits of the non-mainstream, if they ever do. They are quite content concentrating on the mainstream gummy bear market. However, for those collecting either a tough regional / food set, or player collectors hunting down an exotic beauty and rarity, the VERY LAST THING THEY WANT IS FOR THE HOBBY TO WAKE UP AND TAKE INTENSE NOTICE OF WHAT THEY DESIRE!

I well recall some years back when a gent placed an ad (either in here or SCD) and let it all hang out by stating he would pay something in the vicinity of $8,000 for a 1951/52 Royal Dessert Gordie Howe card. The "Royal Stars of Hockey" set, devoted to the Detroit Red Wings, had to be cut off the back of the product package. While the photos are black 'n white, they are nice head and shoulder shots---very well-rendered. Google the set if curious, but photos may not show up except by Googling individual players.

Any Gordie Howe collector would "go white as a sheet" if they were proudly crowing to a competitor about their high-grade Parkie Howe rookie, then were quietly shown the competitor's Royal Gordie Howe.

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Wilt and Lew, at a cost of next to nothing.
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The Big E ain't exactly chopped liver.
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The Big E ain't exactly chopped liver.
He was in the Houston-UCLA rematch.
But yes, I grew up in D.C. and Hayes was a hell of a player, even if he did have an annoying proclivity to disappear offensively in the fourth quarter. The championship team with Hayes, Unseld, and Bobby Dandridge was very entertaining as well as good. But the Nils Lofgren song was bad.
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