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Old 08-07-2017, 02:22 PM
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Brian, the Aaron, and I assume the others, look very similar/same to how Beehives were distributed with the pic glued/attached to a nice backing.

Any idea if they are around the same size?

Bee Hives are 4 1/4 by 6 3/4 inch black and white photos of hockey players mounted on 5 3/8 by 8 inch coloured mats (red, blue but most often beige).
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I'm in love with both those Indians photos and the Dexter Hammer!
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Old 08-07-2017, 03:33 PM
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Awesome pick ups so far fellas. Well done.

Neal - sweet Mays. Glad you were able to snag one.

Adam- Love that '58 Bell Koifax. Want to pick up one of those some day.
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Old 08-08-2017, 01:27 PM
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Hiya Dale. To answer your good question, no, the 1967 Coca-Cola premiums were not glued to a backing piece of cardboard; rather, they were completely printed on the high quality photographic card stock. Thus, the Coke premiums are like the simulated wood border Bee-Hives from their later years.

According to the Krause Standard Cat, the size of the Coke premiums are 5 1/2" X 7".

Interesting---the Krause Standard Cat lists the set as 1967 Dexter Press. They got it wrong. Their description indeed tells us it's a Coca-Cola premium. However, I don't understand why they would put the printing company before the sponsor for which the cards belong. It would be like calling the Morrell issues "Mirror Chrome", or Hunters, Stahl-Meyer, and Briggs "Milprint".

All to say, the promotion and title of a set belong to the parent company who sponsored and paid the printing company to produce and print trading cards for their promotion.

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Hiya Dale. To answer your good question, no, the 1967 Coca-Cola premiums were not glued to a backing piece of cardboard; rather, they were completely printed on the high quality photographic card stock. Thus, the Coke premiums are like the simulated wood border Bee-Hives from their later years.

According to the Krause Standard Cat, the size of the Coke premiums are 5 1/2" X 7".

Interesting---the Krause Standard Cat lists the set as 1967 Dexter Press. They got it wrong. Their description indeed tells us it's a Coca-Cola premium. However, I don't understand why they would put the printing company before the sponsor for which the cards belong. It would be like calling the Morrell issues "Mirror Chrome", or Hunters, Stahl-Meyer, and Briggs "Milprint".

All to say, the promotion and title of a set belong to the parent company who sponsored and paid the printing company to produce and print trading cards for their promotion.

---Brian Powell
So you just placed the Aaron on a piece of red cardboard/paper then?

When I first seen it, it looked identical to how Beehives were distributed with the actual pic glued to the backing paper. I was just guessing, thinking maybe these were done the same way.

I appreciate the info, Brian.
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Old 08-08-2017, 07:59 PM
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2 new arrivals today and 2 more tougher ones scratched off my list.
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A slight upgrade to the rookie collection:
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Here's a nice run of 1962 Pittsburgh Exhibits from the BST.
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So you just placed the Aaron on a piece of red cardboard/paper then?

When I first seen it, it looked identical to how Beehives were distributed with the actual pic glued to the backing paper. I was just guessing, thinking maybe these were done the same way.

I appreciate the info, Brian.
Dale, I think you caught on about the 1967 Coca-Cola premium. The scan is from the eBay vendor's listing. He merely placed it on a red background to provide good contrast----so a potential buyer could scrutinize the corners!

Hey buddy, congratulations to you as well in your getting a couple more cards for your 1952 Topps set.

Have a swell day, my friend. ----Brian Powell
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Dale, I think you caught on about the 1967 Coca-Cola premium. The scan is from the eBay vendor's listing. He merely placed it on a red background to provide good contrast----so a potential buyer could scrutinize the corners!

Hey buddy, congratulations to you as well in your getting a couple more cards for your 1952 Topps set.

Have a swell day, my friend. ----Brian Powell
Gotcha. Good idea from the seller!

I am slowly picking away at my 52's, and have had some good luck lately picking up some tougher cards. Still need some high dollar ones in the 1 to 310 numbers but hopefully they will come soon?

A couple more arrivals today and 3 more wins last night that I am excited about receiving.
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