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Old 11-13-2017, 09:44 PM
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Default Let's see some uncut sheets....any sheet from 1887 - 1967

Hey guys,
How's about showing off some of your uncut sheets.

I'll start this show with these 4 sheets which comprise a complete W560 set**....circa 1927


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** Incidentally, this set has been mis-classified....obviously, these are not strip cards.


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Old 11-13-2017, 10:03 PM
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Hot off the press from competing GUM company's in 1949


BOWMAN (4th series)




LEAF (1st series)




(Excuse the B/W fuzzy picture....this is an old photo of a sheet I had many years ago)



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Default Complete W572 strip

Complete uncut strip
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It's not a whole sheet, but I'd like to play along...
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Old 11-14-2017, 10:48 AM
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I love seeing these old sheets! I can't wait to see one from 1887
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Old 11-14-2017, 10:53 AM
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Here's a few

1908 E91A strips



I"m working on a '41 Playball set in uncut form. With the ones below and a stack of others that aren't framed I'm down to needing 16.




'34 World Wide Gum


1940 W711-2 set


'48 Leaf Boxing, with a few missing their heads



These last 3 are a bit past Ted's cutoff, but they are some of my favorites so I hope it's ok to include them.

'53 Bowman


'55 Topps


'64 Topps Giants, debunking the myth of short prints that was already pretty obvious to anyone that collected this set from vending packs
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Old 11-20-2017, 08:16 PM
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Default 1949 BOWMAN (3rd series sheet)

The GRAY (or SLATE) cards on this 3rd series sheet are normally either GREEN or ORANGE. This color printing mistake on this particular sheet occurred
occasionally, as a considerable number of these 17 mis-colored subjects have been found over the years.






HOFers featured on this sheet......

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Old 11-21-2017, 11:00 AM
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Default 1949 BOWMAN (4th series sheet)

The BOWMAN GUM company got us kids all excited in the Summer of 1949 when they issued these 36 cards with facsimile autographs on their backs.

In 1982, I traded a 1951 Bowman Mantle (Vg) rookie card for this sheet in a Sports Shop in Media, Pennsylvania.


4th series (cards # 109 -144)





..........................HOFer .........................................and, in my opinion a HOFer
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Old 11-21-2017, 09:51 PM
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Default Hi # series....7th sheet (simulation)

As noted earlier, to the best of my knowledge, the 7th sheet of the 1949 Bowman set has yet to be discovered. I've arranged these 36 cards based on my research.



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There are 12 new Rookie cards introduced on this sheet. And, 4 of them are HOFers.






Five retired players are included on this sheet. George McQuinn has a great story....in the twilight of his BB career of how he "sparked" the NY
Yankees into winning the AL Pennant in 1947. That June, he was the AL batting leader (.392). His defensive play at 1st base was outstanding.








HOFer's in the 12 re-printed variations





For more detailed information regarding this enigmatic BB card set, check-out the 1949 Bowman article in the Spring 1983 issue of BASEBALL CARDS magazine
authored by Ralph Triplette and Ted Zanidakis.


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