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Old 01-28-2018, 05:51 AM
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Here are some from my Johnny Bench collection







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Old 01-28-2018, 06:35 AM
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Paul...what is the story behind that 68 Seaver color separation? Never seen it before.
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Old 01-28-2018, 09:11 AM
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Awesome Seaver's Paul, and to top it off that is only the second example of the 25 cent Puzzle envelope I have ever seen. I dabble in cards with Seaver in Mets regalia and pick things up as I find them but you are really finding some esoteric items.

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Old 01-28-2018, 09:34 AM
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The 68 Seaver came from the Topps Vault. Notice that he is pitching left handed. I think that is why Topps chose to go with the boring portrait instead of this much nicer picture.
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A pair of Exhibit test pieces:



On the left is a Mays proof.



A Salutations Holmes proof. The white borders are far beyond the normal card edges.

I love this newspaper issued 1960 Koufax:



Hallicrafters Lemon and Rosen premium:



After years of research I was finally able to pin down these nearly square smaller paper premiums:





1955 All American Sports Club.

Here is an interesting cabinet-sized version of the 1969 Shindana Ali card, next to the as issued card:



I say prototype or test because some of the cards have art that is different than the art on the as-issued cards.
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Got this in the Sunday paper. it came with a folder to collect other players. It was a price of 2.99 so I guess the must have sold them else where.
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Some of my faves
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Does anyone have any 1970 Topps cloth stickers to post?
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Old 01-28-2018, 05:49 PM
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1965 Dugan Brothers Bakery Casey Stengel
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2 more of Tom Seaver that I saved when I was a kid, 1973 N.Y. Daily News Pull Out Poster from the Sunday comics, and a 1969 CITGO, from later on Mays Casino chips from AC NJ
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