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Old 09-29-2018, 01:06 PM
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Does anyone have any rare Ted Williams stuff to share? 1939 Goudey, 47 Bond Bread dual sided, 46 propagandas.....anything Ted Williams that you just dont see everyday!
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Old 11-20-2018, 03:07 PM
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Here is something you don't see everyday. A Teddy wallet
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I have what I think are his toughest Topps items, his 55 and 56 Hocus Focus cards and his 56 Pin and one of the boxes in which the pins were sold, which has his image on it. Away for the week but could post scans later
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There is a place in Scottsdale, AZ that has a couple of one-of-a-kind Ted Williams items that I can guarantee that nobody else has.
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1950's Moxie soft drink poster (10" x 15" metal display).

I don't really know how rare this is, but being a Ted Williams fan, I had to get it.







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No cards, but here are some fun Teddy items....

Property Land Deed and Ted's Marine Corps League card.
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Preforated stub from ted’s final game
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not ultra rare, I think there are ~10 floating around, but the auto'd '39 Play Ball is my favorite

(and yes, I could've cropped this to only show the Teddy, but why...)
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Hard to find Prest-O-Lite Battery postcard
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That V351 is my favorite too--I wondered if I'd find someone on the board who could top my SGC Ex+ example, as anyone who has one knows this card is far beyond extremely tough! In terms of future appreciation, it is what we would call in the street racing world a "sleeper," meaning it's just sitting there in the "weeds," waiting to pounce on the unsuspecting. Wait until the collecting body at large becomes aware of what is by far Ted's rarest (and a very attractive) rookie. I wouldn't trade it for any other card in the hobby.

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Ted with the 1937 San Diego Padres. Only 2-3 known I believe. Sorry for the small pic!
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I have what I think are his toughest Topps items, his 55 and 56 Hocus Focus cards and his 56 Pin and one of the boxes in which the pins were sold, which has his image on it. Away for the week but could post scans later
Didn't think there was a '55 Hocus Focus, only a '56.

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Didn't think there was a '55 Hocus Focus, only a '56.

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Williams is listed for both 1955 & 1956 Hocus Focus in the Standard Catalog.
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Williams is listed for both 1955 & 1956 Hocus Focus in the Standard Catalog.
You have a pic of your '55? It's not listed in the PSA master collection.

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You have a pic of your '55? It's not listed in the PSA master collection.
PSA has never graded the 1955 Hocus Focus. Yes, it certainly exists, just not graded yet by PSA.

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yes these are super hard! I was fortunate enough to buy TWO from the same seller!
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Is that the 55 in the pic?
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Dan---same photo was used in 55 and 56. Both sets are pretty grim, but in my experience by far the toughest issued ( as opposed to unissued test sets) Topps sets to complete. Another tough Topps quest would be to get all the colored line variants on his 1956 cards




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Here's the rare #68 card (Ted signs for 1959) in my set. Is this 4+ card panel unique ? Or, has anyone else seen an original uncut 1959 Fleer sheet (or partial sheet) ?





A bit of trivia here...… in 1952, Ted took flight training at the Willow Grove Naval Air Base, which is only a 20-minute drive from my house.




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Here is a 1970 Ted Williams - Boston Red Sox, sillisculpt figure by Russ & Wallace Berrie. For those that may not be familiar with these, during the 1960's and 1970's, sillisculpt figures by the Berries and by Paula were quite popular - hundreds of different ones were produced. Although Ted Williams' name is not stated anywhere on this figure, surely it was intended to represent Ted Williams because of the "B" on the baseball cap and the number "9" on the back of the figure's shirt.

Shameless plug: I have a another example of this sillisculpt that I will be listing on eBay this weekend. Unfortunately, its bat has broken off and disappeared, but could be replaced with a similar size bat from a toy baseball figure.
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Mind blown....had no idea there was a '55, never heard a peep about it.

Thanks for posting the pics!


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Looks like the '55 wasn't part of perforated sheet.

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Great Teddy stuff, guys. I will revive the thread with one from my last collection. Neat premium...

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We should keep this thread on the first two pages for the remainder of 2019. Alright, who's with me?

Will start with a few items today to bring it to the top.

Here are two different 1946-1947 W603 Sports Exchange All Star Pictures of Ted Williams
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Thought I would post this as these are confused often (even by the TPGs; I have a 1941 encased by BVG that is listed as a 1940 on the flip).

The Boston Red Sox often used the same photos for their team Photo Packs. These two below represent the 1940 and 1941 Boston Photo Pack Ted Williams. The KEY difference between the two are the size of the signature; 1940 being a small signature (true for the entire pack of 25 players) and the 1941 being a large signature (also true for the entire pack).
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As you can tell, I love variations. Here are a few from the 1950 R423 Strip cards of Ted Williams. Each is a complete strip, with a back color variation. Orange, Green, Purple and Navy Blue are shown. Many collectors (and TPGs) refuse to acknowledge that a Navy blue back variation exists. The strip has a slightly more glossy surface, does not have perforations between cards, and the player sequence is completely different.

Sorry the orange and green photos are blurry; these are entombed in PSA holders that don't fit my scanner very well.
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Here are two different 1946-1947 W603 Sports Exchange All Star Pictures of Ted Williams


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Lets keep this going! I love seeing all the wonderful Ted stuff! Looking for a 39 v351 and hocus focus!
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I purchased this Ted figurine in the '80's from an older gentleman/dealer who was set up next to me at a Tampa card show. He made this himself & was displaying it for show only. Took me the entire weekend of negotiating to finally buy it on Sunday. Think I paid $100 for it. Truly a one-of-a-kind piece.
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'54 Topps cardboard display/promotion piece.
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That is a cool looking ad piece. And a common Williams card with somewhat rare centering. ....


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Here are a few more including a 1946 type 1 photo, 1941 Life magazine, 1947 dual sided Bond Bread, 1950 all star pin-ups, circa 1950? penny gum ball charm, 1950 Prest-o-lite postcard, 1960 Jimmy fund and 1959 Fleer pack.
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Here are a few more including a 1946 type 1 photo, 1941 Life magazine, 1947 dual sided Bond Bread, 1950 all star pin-ups, circa 1950? penny gum ball charm, 1950 Prest-o-lite postcard, 1960 Jimmy fund and 1959 Fleer pack.

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Over at bbcexchange.com you can buy this complete 1959 Fleer Baseball Ted Williams wax box. Bring your big wallet.

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Over at bbcexchange.com you can buy this complete 1959 Fleer Baseball Ted Williams wax box. Bring your big wallet.

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I have drooled over that box many times. WOW would it be awesome to open that baby up and rip those packs open.
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Route 9 massachusetts signs purchase from the estate of former dpw commish james kerasiotes
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Will start with a few items today to bring it to the top.



Here are two different 1946-1947 W603 Sports Exchange All Star Pictures of Ted Williams
I've been looking for that top one for a while. Are there fewer than the bottom one?

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but here's my 1 of 1!

The Sports Editor of the Providence Journal newspaper (now deceased) got this for me at Spring Training in the '80's.
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The Sports Editor of the Providence Journal newspaper (now deceased) got this for me at Spring Training in the '80's.
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