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Old 03-21-2016, 08:28 PM
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Default rarest post war cards revisited 20 top

post ended 2008 time to restart
1st and foremost all contest winning cards
american oil, atlantic oil, ashland oil, call bulletin
since the winners were turned in and 99.9999% tossed by the company
lets not count these
not in any particular order
if anyone knows anything that is rarer let us know
1960 topps venezuelan tatoo...only 1 known to exist of any player
1959 esslinger beer hr derby...only 1 known(aaron)
1951 currents...stanky roberts konstanty
1955 topps stamps
1961 topps dice
1970 cloth stickers
1966 topps punchouts
1968 topps plak willie mays 1 known
1960 3 topps proofs
1954 esskay jehosie heard
1968 3d prototype brooks robinson
1968 3ds odonahue monday and davis
1955 armour coins in silver...and gold
1962 kahns purkey no autograph
1967 topps stand ups
1959 yoo hoo cards with full length tabs...2 known
1960 opc tatoos many players for unknown reason
1958 hires test w tabs everyone except antonelli
1955 hunters wieners woolridge 1 known
1955 hocus focus
1955 felin franks
1948 gunther beer
national tea labels
baas cheri cola
cleveland national bank
schumacher service station
im over 20...got carried away

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Old 03-21-2016, 09:46 PM
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1971 Topps Rookie Artists Proofs

I think Bob Lemke has said the 1960 Topps "proofs" he has seen have regular backs, not blank back. Variations ?

Topps 1955 Hocus Focus baseball subjects

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Old 03-21-2016, 10:00 PM
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Forgot about the artists proofs
Others are listed the 60 proofs full backs
Saw all 3 at national...rumierez had them there
Psa wouldnt holder them
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Old 03-21-2016, 10:09 PM
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'63 Pepsi Bateman with tab should probably be way up the list.

a lot further down
'60 Fleer Grove/Martin, Collins/Martin, Tinker/Martin uncancelled versions
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Old 03-21-2016, 10:10 PM
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Others are listed the 60 proofs full backs
Saw all 3 at national...rumierez had them there
Psa wouldnt holder them
ridiculous. They are in the catalog, no reason not to holder.
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Old 03-21-2016, 10:18 PM
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Good one...bateman with or without tab
And that reminds me of num num kennedy with tab if it exists
And a couple more i forgot...1961 gold mine bucks...1 known
1961 leaders cleaners

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Old 03-21-2016, 10:34 PM
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If we eliminate the topps issues
Which would be the most expensive?
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Old 03-21-2016, 11:25 PM
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I'd bet either the Bateman or Hires Test Mays. Probably the former.
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Old 03-22-2016, 12:08 AM
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Anthony beat me to the Bateman.

I'll add 67 Dexter Press Paul Schaal.

What about 60 Leaf Big Heads?

71 Phillies Ticketron McCarver?

65 Phillies tiles?

Mattel Instant Replay Sports Challenge Discs?

59 Dad's Cookies?

62 Salada Dick Williams name on right?

Fred
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Old 03-22-2016, 12:51 AM
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what about the 4 '53 Bowman unissued variations. I've only seen them offered once in the last 20 years, about '02 in a SCP auction.
I've seen 2 sets of Stanky/Roberts/Konstanty in that span, they've got to be pretty tough.
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