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Old 09-18-2014, 08:03 PM
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Default Let's see some uncut sheets...

Saw some recently...wondering what others might have...

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Old 09-18-2014, 09:40 PM
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Uncut sheets of complete W560 set












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Old 09-19-2014, 07:39 AM
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How about a '33 Goudey Sport Kings.....
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Feller / Mize / etc
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Dixie Lid sheet, front and back...
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One of my favorite things to collect, just wish framing wasn't so expensive.

'41 Play Ball


E91 strips



'34 WWG


'40 W711


'53 Bowman


'55 Topps
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The framed ones look absolutely amazing Anthony!
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Anthony -- your pieces are absolutely amazing. I also really enjoy collecting these -- mine pale in comparison, but here are a few.

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Old 09-19-2014, 11:57 PM
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Greg, those are really nice!
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beater W575-1 partial sheet or salesman sample
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Old 09-20-2014, 01:29 AM
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W504 Universal Toy NY Yankees sheet
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Old 09-20-2014, 08:02 AM
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Default 1949 BOWMAN complete uncut sheet

4th series (cards #109 - 144)





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Default Another 49 Bowman

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1970 and 1972 sheets.

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Old 09-20-2014, 08:13 PM
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A few more:



















Just got this one the other day. Totally debunks the myth of shortprints in the '64 Giants set.
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Old 09-21-2014, 08:29 AM
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Great stuff, Anthony




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Since there are already some postwar stuff;









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Old 09-21-2014, 06:22 PM
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So how are uncut sheets valued? Obviously condition is key...

Is a clean uncut card worth top book value, less, more?
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Old 09-21-2014, 08:16 PM
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Default 1933 GOUDEY sheet

Note the Double-Print of the #144 Babe Ruth card.





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E93 and WWG
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Old 09-22-2014, 07:10 AM
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Default 1948 Bowman Basketball....rare Hi # sheet missing red & blue background colors

Cards #37 - 72 (includes George Mikan rookie).






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Old 09-22-2014, 07:33 AM
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Jim Anthony and Ted -- so many amazing sheets!!!

Here are a few more of my smaller sheets and srips:
Journal American
1961 Fleer
1933 Goudey
Post Cereal

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Awesome stuff guys...anthony...Jim...WOW!!!!
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Old 09-22-2014, 08:46 AM
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Default 1934 Goudey

Uncut high #'s sheet....which includes the rare Lajoie (#106) card








Note......this scan is of a photo I took of this original 1934 GOUDEY sheet back in 1981.


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Old 09-22-2014, 09:27 AM
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Ted, is that your sheet? It last sold in a Lipset auction about 10 years ago and someone (hopefully you) got an absolute steal on it. Still kicking myself.
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Old 09-22-2014, 09:28 AM
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Ted, is that your sheet? It last sold in a Lipset auction about 10 years ago and someone (hopefully you) got an absolute steal on it. Still kicking myself.
ted says it's not his...unbelieve sheet with the lajoie there!
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Old 09-22-2014, 10:01 AM
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Ted, is that your sheet? It last sold in a Lipset auction about 10 years ago and someone (hopefully you) got an absolute steal on it. Still kicking myself.


Back in the Fall of 1981, good ole long time collector/dealer and close friend, Bill Bossert, invited me to his BB card shop in Swarthmore,
Pennsylvania. Bill and I were avid uncut sheet collectors, and he wanted me to check-out several vintage uncut sheets he had acquired.

At that time, this 34G Hi # sheet was loaned to Bill by Rob Lifson for Bill's article in the Spring 1982 issue of the Baseball Cards Magazine.

This 25-card sheet was reasonably priced in 1981. I was tempted to acquire it. However, my daughter Debbie had just started College.
And her tuition costs were a higher priority to me at that time than me owning a 47-year old piece of cardboard.

So, I came very close to acquiring it. Anyhow, it's one of my few regrets in this hobby that I didn't.

Best regards, good friend.


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Anthony......what did it sell for in Lipset's auction 10 years ago ?
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Ted (and Pete) thanks for the replies.

It sold for about $21k in Lipset about 2003-4 IIRC. Figured it would be several times that and woke up the day after the auction kicking myself. Someone got a major steal.
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So, who can give me an answer on the value of an uncut sheet? Obviously depends on condition, who is on the sheet....

For example, would an uncut sheet from 1962 with mantle and no ther stars be worth the combined value of the cards, be worth more or less?
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Best bet is to check realized prices from some of the auction houses
There were some notable aberrations on '70's sheets recently, don't let those skew your reality
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This 1st series sheet comprises of the LARGE card version of this 1952 issue. I acquired it at a shopping mall in Media, PA
in 1982. I have searched for another such sheet for 33 years; and, have not found one. I'd say it's unique in the hobby.








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heres mine featuring two of my three all-time favorite players

uncut sheet chase.jpg
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Some Warhol-esque meat cards...
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wow, never seen a Rodeo Meats panel- can't be too many of those around.

A few more









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Default 1948 BOWMAN complete 36-card sheet

Original 2nd press run sheet which includes the 12 Hi #'s (#37-48) interspersed throughout the sheet.






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heres mine featuring two of my three all-time favorite players



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I assume the two are not Bush-Coombs?

Nice cards!

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Old 09-23-2014, 12:57 AM
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Two 8-card panels from 1st series sheet.






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Ted, that 52 Bowman large football sheet is the best one so far. I'm a little biased to that set though.
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I don't have a picture of this available but I have a 1949 Bowman uncut sheet of 36 (#'s 1-36) with the 3rd sheet back overprinted on the back. Our pal, Ted Z., has seen this sheet when visiting my home.
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This is awesome eye candy guys! Please please keep posting!

BTW- is that E93 sheet the real deal???? I'm aware there are no known T206 sheets, but are there a handful of other period sets represented?? E's- 90-1 through 98, T212, American Caramel? Regardless, I love seeing these (the Goudeys and Bowmans are great too)... and would love to have one some day, but doubt I will for space (and cost) considerations.
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Original 3rd Series color error sheet missing Green or Orange background colors on 17 cards (those whose backgrounds are Slate colored).



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Ted, that 52 Bowman large football sheet is the best one so far. I'm a little biased to that set though.

Hey Clint

I am certainly in agreement with you. Of all the Sportscards' sheets in my collection, this sheet is my favorite. The artwork
is amazing. Pictured on it is one of my favorite guys, Sammy Baugh. And for the NY Giants fans, Frank Gifford's rookie card.





This actual sheet is more impressive than my scan shows here. I have it framed, so this is a scan of a photo of it (so,
it's a little fuzzy).



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4-card panel which includes rare card #68....Ted Signs for 1959






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Old 09-26-2014, 07:27 PM
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Default 1950 Bowman

36-card sheet......5th sheet of 7 in this set (cards #145 - 180)






Hey guys....it's a complete 19" wide sheet. I just had to "truncate" both ends in order to scan this sheet.


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Nice 50 bowman sheet Ted. Have you seen any other complete bowman football sheets besides your 52?
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Old 09-26-2014, 08:51 PM
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I have seen 1950, 1951 and 1952 (Small issue) FB uncut sheets.

Also, back in the 1980's, I had all 3 uncut 36-card sheets of the 1948 Bowman FB set.





Incidently, speaking about FB....one of my all-time favorite FB players hails from your state....John Riggins.


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Incidently, speaking about FB....one of my all-time favorite FB players hails from your state....John Riggins.


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Would love to see a 55 sheet someday. Can't get much more colorful than that.
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Should just call this the Ted thread. Looks like he has the market cornered on this stuff..........
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Ted is the king - he probably owns a dozen of these, but I'll post mine first.
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