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Old 10-07-2013, 08:17 AM
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1970 Topps and OPC - OPC needs an upgrade.....
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Looks like he knows the party is over for the Cardinals until 1982
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1970 Topps Supers - The blank back one is on thinner stock, I am not sure what it is. The one on the left is a square cornered card, perhaps trimmed from a sheet.
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Old 10-09-2013, 06:46 AM
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I don't think Brock was on any other Topps issues in 1970, but he was in a few other issues. Here is the Action Cartridge complete box. Inside is a film that could be shown using a viewer to demonstrate various athletic techniques. They put them out in football, baseball, tennis, golf, skiing, and probably other sports.
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Old 10-10-2013, 08:33 AM
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Here are a couple trimmed Action Cartridges, plus the coaches guide. The boxes make very nice cards when trimmed up. I purchased these trimmed.
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Old 10-10-2013, 08:43 AM
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Lou threw out first pitch last night before Game 5. He's still got it!!!
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Old 10-11-2013, 02:06 PM
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In 1970 Chemtoy put out Superballs of baseball players which I think you could be in machines at stores. I know at one time I had quite a few. I remember taking a Billy Williams ball (he was a Cub and therefore expendable) out in the winter to the creek behind our house and with a friend we bounced him off the ice, eventually losing him in a snow bank along the edge. So I assume he eventually ended up in the Mississippi Delta after the various spring thaws and rains washed the ball away.
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Old 10-13-2013, 01:00 PM
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1970 Milton Bradley.
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Old 10-14-2013, 09:38 AM
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1970 Schedule/Handbook with Lou sliding into second on the cover.
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Old 10-15-2013, 08:22 AM
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I'm not sure the exact date of this postcard, I will just throw it into 1970, well because I can. I did not get it signed, bought it off EBAY signed, the signature looks good to me. The back is a postcard back, and says Photo Post Card.
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1970 Dayton Daily News. I suppose in theory there are back "variations" if the paper was printed more than once depending on how they laid it out. There are also stat variations, as I guess they may have released this more than once, and updated the stats.
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1970 Dodge Dart. I think there are only 2 players in this set, the other being Bill Freehan of the Tigers. I suppose these 2 are in the set because of the controversial play at the plate in the 68 Series, where Brock ran into home, and did not slide, and was tagged out.
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David ---have you seen this ?


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Old 10-18-2013, 07:15 AM
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Just a few items left from 1970, but these are very cool (in my opinion). Here are some 1970 Kelloggs cards. One is a blank backed hand cut proof, one is from the box, one never got opened (what kid could have done that in 1970 - not me) and the other is in a retail pack of apparently surplus Kelloggs cards which never made it into cereal. I also have another of the blank back Kelloggs (McCarver I think) which has pencil lines on the back.
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1970 Dayton Daily News. I suppose in theory there are back "variations" if the paper was printed more than once depending on how they laid it out. There are also stat variations, as I guess they may have released this more than once, and updated the stats.
There may also be a blank back version of this one. There are some that are blank that were part of a window display that was filled with various players and an ad to find those daily in Dayton Daily News. I bought a sheet when I did a show in Dayton back in the mid-80's. It had a few already removed so we cut the rest up and sold singles. I think we had an ad in SCD so there must be a record out there somewhere...
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Old 10-18-2013, 01:49 PM
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Were the Daily News cards in the display newspaper, or heavier stock?
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Were the Daily News cards in the display newspaper, or heavier stock?
It was just newsprint..same coloring as the others. I don't recall if it was the size of a fully opened newspaper or bigger. Was a really cool find at the time. I collected Brooks Robinson at the time and the DDN was on my wants for a while (he wasn't on the sheet). I was very fascinated with this issue.
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Old 10-18-2013, 07:31 PM
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Topps Vault has some cool stuff, and I've got a few things from them, all of it proof sort of things. I could chase other stuff forever, so I've concentrated mainly on cards up to 1981.

Those posters are neat though, maybe someday when the kids are gone (5 of them) I'll turn a couple of their rooms into a shrine.
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Old 10-20-2013, 12:03 PM
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1970 JD McCarthy postcard.
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1970 Greyhound pamphlet.
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The last item for 1970 is this booklet put out by Converse. While undated, based upon information in it, it was probably 1970.
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:35 AM
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Those are some awesome shoes!!! I remember playing grade school basketball in canvas Converse.

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Just a few items left from 1970, but these are very cool (in my opinion). Here are some 1970 Kelloggs cards. One is a blank backed hand cut proof, one is from the box, one never got opened (what kid could have done that in 1970 - not me) and the other is in a retail pack of apparently surplus Kelloggs cards which never made it into cereal. I also have another of the blank back Kelloggs (McCarver I think) which has pencil lines on the back.
I love these Kelloggs cards.

All the stuff is great you are sharing.
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Those are some awesome shoes!!! I remember playing grade school basketball in canvas Converse.
You can sometimes find Lou Brock Converse unused on Ebay, I've never bought a pair, they usually go for over $100.

I wore high top canvas Converse for HS basketball
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This just came in last week. It is a 22 card blank backed strip of 66 Topps. I scanned the left 1/3 which has Lou Brock on it. Someone over the years folded it in half, creasing some of the cards. Also on the strip are Ernie Banks and Joe Torre.
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Old 10-25-2013, 08:42 AM
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I think that is it for 1970. Here is the 1971 Topps Super. The Ex/Mt is on the plastic sleeve, not the card on the back.
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That writing on the back is priceless, even here in Saguenay
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Those are awfully rounded corners for an EXMT card!
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Those are awfully rounded corners for an EXMT card!

Are these corners better? 1971 Topps Super 4 card panel.
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Yep, great piece!
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Old 10-29-2013, 08:41 AM
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Well, I attended game 5 last night.... bummer of a game...... drove 6 hours from Northern Indiana to get there and drove home after the game with my daughter and a friend. Anyway, here is the 1971 Topps Coin
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1971 Topps Greatest Moments - a very cool set. I believe Lou stole 50 bases 12 straight years.
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Really like the Greatest Moments card/s. Topps used the same picture on the coin as the Moments card...
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1971 Topps and OPC - The OPC backs are so much better looking than the Topps. The card on the far right is a color variation, and somehow I got the backs switched when scanning, the OPC should be on the left, the 2 Topps on the right.
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1971 Dell Stamps and album. When cut, they are often mistaken for the Photostamps from 1970.
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Just picked up one of the Dell's of Bob Gibson recently. I didn't even know what they were at first
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I always crack up at that "Fred Norman" Dell Stamp.
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Yeah. Is it a drawing? It's pretty bad.
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1971 Kelloggs 3D cards. I am clairvoyant, I knew my future Net54 ID back in 1971 and put it on the one card, which is pretty amazing, since the internet was not invented yet.
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1971 Kelloggs 3D cards. I am clairvoyant, I knew my future Net54 ID back in 1971 and put it on the one card, which is pretty amazing, since the internet was not invented yet.
There was a first printing of all 1971 Kellogg's cards that doesn't have the "1970" in the copyright line on the back of the card, only having "XOGRAPH" rather than "1970 XOGRAPH". They are more difficult to find than the second printing "1970 XOGRAPH" CARDS.
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Thanks Cliff, I'll eventually find one. I did not know that variation.
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1971 Milk Duds complete boxes.

I remember buying a box of these at church summer camp, and getting Bill Melton on the back, which I still have somewhere (trimmed badly of course).
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A few more Milk Dud's
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Heading into 1972 is this Expos baseball magazine featuring Brock on the cover. I am not sure why they did not feature an Expos player. I picked it up due to this oddity.
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1972 Milton Bradley game card. It's probably not a proof card, probably got scammed there by a 12 year old kid and a $10 stamp from an office supply store
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There is not much for 1972, so if anyone cares, here are the 3 years of Milton Bradley cards, and the differences between them.
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1972 Kelloggs - 1 still in the wrapper. There are more of these still in the wrapper than you would think. I know when I was a kid, I couldn't wait to rip them open.
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I see that your PSA 9 1972 Kellogg's Lou Brock cracked while it was in the case. I dread looking at my Kellogg's Cubs cards in their binder because every time I do I see a new one that cracked. It took me forever to find nice copies of 1974 Kellogg's Ron Santo with the Cubs emblem on the back version and 1979 Kellogg's Rick Reuschel with the copyright in Tony the Tigers collar on the back version, of course both of them eventually cracked spectacularly. I pretty much gave up replacing them.
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I worry a lot about my 68 3D set doing the same at some point
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