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Old 11-26-2018, 02:10 PM
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Hey, guys, I posted this over on the prewar board but thought I might get some feedback here.

I have Googled and looked at old threads and got reacquainted with my old friend Archive, but I haven't found what I am looking for. Does a checklist of Brooklyn Dodgers cards exist? Specifically, I am interested in the period from the early 30s to 1957. There exists a vast searchable Cardinals site, but I haven't found anything like this for Brooklyn. If not, I can look at each set for the Dodger players as I come to them. I just didn't want to miss any less well known sets that I might not be familiar with. Thanks.
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I have been perusing teamsets4u.com. That is a better resource than I thought. Finding a lot there! I am especially interested in acquiring some of the issues beginning around 1936 or so. The names closer to 1940 start to get a lot more familiar.

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This is what I have used before. It doesn't cover more obscure and oddball issues, but the basics are covered. May be able to find a cheap copy on Amazon or Ebay?



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Hey, guys, I posted this over on the prewar board but thought I might get some feedback here.

I have Googled and looked at old threads and got reacquainted with my old friend Archive, but I haven't found what I am looking for. Does a checklist of Brooklyn Dodgers cards exist? Specifically, I am interested in the period from the early 30s to 1957. There exists a vast searchable Cardinals site, but I haven't found anything like this for Brooklyn. If not, I can look at each set for the Dodger players as I come to them. I just didn't want to miss any less well known sets that I might not be familiar with. Thanks.
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This is a good site to see a lot of the cards too. Not complete, but a nice pictorial selection.

http://www.4roundcorners.com/dodgerc.../topps50s.html
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This is what I have used before. It doesn't cover more obscure and oddball issues, but the basics are covered. May be able to find a cheap copy on Amazon or Ebay?
Didn't know that existed. Thanks.

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This is a good site to see a lot of the cards too. Not complete, but a nice pictorial selection.

http://www.4roundcorners.com/dodgerc.../topps50s.html
Wow! That is amazing!

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This is a good site to see a lot of the cards too. Not complete, but a nice pictorial selection.

http://www.4roundcorners.com/dodgerc.../topps50s.html
That is a nice collection!
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Those old Sport Americana Team and Alphabetical books are great. You should be able to find them online for sure.
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I have been perusing teamsets4u.com. That is a better resource than I thought. Finding a lot there! I am especially interested in acquiring some of the issues beginning around 1936 or so. The names closer to 1940 start to get a lot more familiar.
They are good but are very slow to correct mistakes brought to their attention.
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I bought a checklist from this site a few years ago (Baltimore Colts) and he has updated me with a new version each year since. There is a cost involved depending on format but may be worth checking into.

https://kollectorstradingguild.com/
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