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Old 04-03-2017, 03:27 AM
daveiola daveiola is offline
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Default Any info on 1995 jsw baseball cards featuring paintings of hof'ers???

Hi Everyone,
I discovered a binder full of interesting looking cards featuring paintings of HOF'ers and designed like old 50s/60s Topps & Bowman cards. Many different variations with about 40 different players including Ruth Mays Mantle Rose DiMaggio Bench Ripken etc. The backs read "1995 JSW".
Anyone have any information on them?? People I've shown them to around my area have never seen them before.
Thanks, Dave
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Old 04-03-2017, 11:43 AM
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Not really worth anything, but if you like them then that's all that needs to happen.

Here's info and a link to the checklists for all 18 subsets -
- Justin D.

Player collecting - Lance Parrish, Jim Davenport, John Norlander.

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Old 04-03-2017, 01:50 PM
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Dave and I are in the same boat. I just picked up a couple at a show a couple of months back and started to do some research on them. Had never seen them before, but I like them. The fact they are inexpensive is of great appeal to me as most of the cards look quite good for being a non-licensed product.

I have a couple that aren't on the checklist, which was both awesome and frustrating at the same time. I don't think a better checklist exists, though.

Sent you a PM, Dave--have a few dupes I can pass along.

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