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Old 12-27-2013, 02:32 PM
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Awesome scans, guys.

I collect Cardinals team sets as some of you know. I was attracted to this thread because I have every 1969 Topps Cardinals card except for the 1969 Topps 4-in-1 with the Cardinals Rookies and Carl Yastrzemski on it.
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Kirk,

Your pics of your "stash" brings back great memories. Add a few pieces of orange Hot Wheels track in the background and I would feel like I was in a time machine. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

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Old 12-28-2013, 09:55 AM
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Kirk,

Your pics of your "stash" brings back great memories. Add a few pieces of orange Hot Wheels track in the background and I would feel like I was in a time machine. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.

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Well said Jeff.

I remember those Hot Wheel tracks. In fact, I had a pair of Hot Wheel pants back in the day.
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Two things I want to add to my Pirates collection is the '69 Topps Team Poster, and a Super (probably Blass, because right now the Clemente is out of reach).
Posts like this keep me excited about collecting.
Well, I got the poster, now I just need to add a Super ! Sorry for the not-so-great pic, but it is minty fresh !
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Old 02-18-2014, 03:06 PM
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Well, I got the poster, now I just need to add a Super ! Sorry for the not-so-great pic, but it is minty fresh !
Very nice!
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Any 1969 collectors out there ? In addition to Topps regular sets, I also collect any insert or test set they put out for each year. The 1960s and the early 70s were golden years for Topps test and insert issues. For 1969 there were Stamps, 4 in 1s, Deckle, Supers, Decals and even Bowie. There were good variants in the set too, and several different backs. But the set missed a few good men.






It's a cool set. I've seen some PSA 10 Decals on Amazon recently.
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Sorry to dredge up an old thread, but I've been looking for a Mamas and Papas card for 2 years since this thread and finally got one from Sweden. See what you put me through, Kirk!


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Thanks for bumping this thread Troy, I picked this up @ The National this summer and had been meaning to throw it in this thread.

Congrats on finding the M&P card!

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Not one of The Moon Man's better poses
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This thread NEVER gets old. I am glad Troy dredged it up.
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Was thinking about this thread the other day. For those of you who haven't seen it, check out the eye candy on Page 3!
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1969 Topps Leon Wagner card. Didn't know his life story...very sad.

https://baseballhall.org/discover/ca...ecfca-52571801
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Great year for the Mets, for baseball cards, lots of cool inserts

Heres a group of Willie McCovey cards..all deckle edge..some OPC, some Proofs, some..whatever..and a cool white letter McCovey

Anybody need these ?
Id love to swap them
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A sad tale indeed for Wagner . He at one time sponsored a clothing line for which his advertising slogan was "get your glad rags from Daddy Wags"

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1969 Topps Leon Wagner card. Didn't know his life story...very sad.

https://baseballhall.org/discover/ca...ecfca-52571801
Sad, but interesting article. IMO, with Wagner's 69 card, it looks like some minimal airbrushing was done to the hat as the uniform otherwise appears to be a 67 Indians uniform.....see the Duke Sims card below for comparison. In the late 60s, the odds are that most any image used by Topps was recycled.
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Old 02-25-2019, 08:31 PM
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Looks to me like the 69 Wagner is a touched up 67 Wagner picture...here is his 67 Topps card. Might need to edit the article...of which I really enjoyed. Sad to hear how his life went...reminded me of J.R. Richards...

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Great catch, Saved from and John! The author could have used your help!
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