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Thanks for the well-wishes and guidance fellas. I expect to send it in, so as to be able to register it (despite it being only an "optional" piece and not actually factoring into anything).

It then occurred to me that although it was being talked about, it wasn't actually pictured...so, I text-searched checked the handy #911 catalogue and sure enough, no other appearance in the thread elsewhere either, so, since it arrived, here you go:

1967 Topps Disc test proof (cyan/yellow)
So Michael, do you feel like making ONE more small donation??...lol

That is an incredible item and would be the centerpiece of many Clemente collections. Congrats again.
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So Michael, do you feel like making ONE more small donation??...lol

That is an incredible item and would be the centerpiece of many Clemente collections. Congrats again.
Hah, maybe not this time!

And it is in really great shape too. Maybe the others are also, what with having not been circulated and all, but compared to other uncirculated odds/ends I am more familiar with seeing like salesman panels or the square corner Topps Super proofs, this is very clean (I suppose not having corners to begin with gives round things a head start in that area...)
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1972 Elliot Service Company Poster...


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Mike,

You seem to find a lot of tough RC items! Donít follow too many auctions so Iím sure Iím missing out on a lot of items. Thanks for sharing.
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I picked up the next item off of eBay many years ago. Great shape with no creases. I have seen a few of these pop up on eBay over the last year.

1962 Post full box panel with 3 HOFers...




Picked up a different panel of 1962 Post cards with Clemente...




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Cool. Is there any limit to the permutations of the Post panels, or are the various groupings virtually limitless?
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Cool. Is there any limit to the permutations of the Post panels, or are the various groupings virtually limitless?
Believe I have at least 3 different from 1962 - there is 1 that is more "common" - I don't recall which one right now. I only have 1 from 1961 and 1 from 1963. There are definitely a finite number - I believe it may be 3 for the 62's. Someone possibly on here has a checklist of the different box combinations. I also have a complete box from 1962 - will post pictures when I have a chance - that is a tough item!
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Who beat me out of the 1971 Action photos??

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/38309389787...p2471758.m4704

Yeah, they beat me as well. I thought You had this issue already.
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Yeah, they beat me as well. I thought You had this issue already.
Picked up an uncut sheet at last years national, but don't have the single.
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Somehow I missed out on that listing and this one.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/PITTSBURGH-...p2047675.l2557
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Somehow I missed out on that listing and this one.


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Wow! "Find another in that condition" I've never seen another in ANY condition. Anyone here snag it?
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I didn't realize that card was hard to find. I picked up this one a couple years ago.

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I didn't realize that card was hard to find. I picked up this one a couple years ago.

Yeah, it's a toughie.
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Default 1962 Post cereal complete box - here she is

more pics over in BST
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Default 1967 and 1968 Discs

Just for fun - here are all the Clemente disc images I have. I own or have owned them all except the 1967 Final process in the SGC holder which is in the fine collection of another board member! The Final process one with the crease not in a holder is the uber rare 1968 - only one I have ever seen!
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Just for fun - here are all the Clemente disc images I have. I own or have owned them all except the 1967 Final process in the SGC holder which is in the fine collection of another board member! The Final process one with the crease not in a holder is the uber rare 1968 - only one I have ever seen!
Howard,

Man, love the pictures of the grouping of the Clemente Topps test discs. Of course the full color progressive proofs are my favorite. I can see a slight difference in the ‘67 and ‘68 discs in regard to the placement of the wording. Are there any other differences to note on the ‘67 and ‘68 Clemente? I believe there would be a few more variations in the printing process that we haven’t seen on Clemente; what do you think?

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Just for fun - here are all the Clemente disc images I have. I own or have owned them all except the 1967 Final process in the SGC holder which is in the fine collection of another board member! The Final process one with the crease not in a holder is the uber rare 1968 - only one I have ever seen!

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I just got this in from REA

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RATS I Couldn't find a Mike Drop with Roberto so I settled with Barack!
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Rats,

Thatís a grail item for me! Congrats. You should post more items from your collection, Iím sure there are some gems.
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Almost embarrassed to post this after Rats epic pick up. Nonetheless, I searched through all of the pages in this thread to ensure this item had not already been posted. I have a number of 1971 Pirates ash trays, cups, plates, etc from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. I have always wanted one of these and picked it up tonight.
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Almost embarrassed to post this after Rats epic pick up. Nonetheless, I searched through all of the pages in this thread to ensure this item had not already been posted. I have a number of 1971 Pirates ash trays, cups, plates, etc from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. I have always wanted one of these and picked it up tonight.

Iíve thought about picking up one of those plates more than once, but for some reason I still havenít. Iím not sure why, because I think itís a great piece of RC memorabilia. Ok Mike, youíve convinced me.
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Man, love the pictures of the grouping of the Clemente Topps test discs. Of course the full color progressive proofs are my favorite. I can see a slight difference in the Ď67 and Ď68 discs in regard to the placement of the wording. Are there any other differences to note on the Ď67 and Ď68 Clemente? I believe there would be a few more variations in the printing process that we havenít seen on Clemente; what do you think?
I am amazed that you could see the differences in the scans as they are REALLY small. I stared at the 2 side by side for more than an hour looking for any other differences - I couldn't find any others. Possible there are other color process variations.
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WARNING: LONG READ


Earlier this year I purchased a collection of 17 snapshot photos from the 1970 East-West Baseball Classic. The game was played on March 28th. Below are a couple of excerpts taken from the baseball HOFís website...


ďMonths after the 1968 assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a star-studded baseball game was being planned to both celebrate the civil rights leaderís impactful life as well as raise funds for causes that he honored.

Two years later, after overcoming numerous struggles along the way, aspirations became reality when the East-West Major League Baseball Classic, with more than a dozen future members of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in action, took place on March 28, 1970.Ē


ďThe East-West Major League Baseball Classic, in honor of Dr. King, took place at 2 p.m. before 31,694 fans at Dodger Stadium, including Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson, on a sunny and warm Saturday afternoon, March 28, 1970.

Inside in the game program, Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, in an open letter to SCLC President Rev. Ralph Abernathy, wrote, in part, ďIt seems only right that Baseball should pause today to pay tribute to one of the great disciples of integration and brotherhood, a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

ďAs Commissioner of Baseball, and as an American, I am proud to give my blessing to this classic which demonstrates that Baseball is democracy at work.Ē

Before the game, a taped recording of part of Dr. Kingís famous ďI Have a DreamĒ speech was played, pitcher Jim ďMudcatĒ Grant of the Athletics sang a soulful version of the National Anthem from center field, and Coretta Scott King, widow of Dr. King, threw out the first ball to Reds Hall of Fame catcher Johnny Bench.

The crowd was addressed by Rev. H.H. Brookins, president of the SCLC West; Rev. Abernathy, Dr. Kingís successor as SCLC president; and Baseball Commissioner Kuhn.

A pair of Hall of Famers served as the dayís managers, with Joe DiMaggio, the great Yankees center fielder, skippering the East squad, assisted by coaches Billy Martin, Satchel Paige, Stan Musial and John McNamara. Roy Campanella, the Brooklyn Dodgers catcher paralyzed in a 1958 automobile accident, managed the West stars, with Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Don Newcombe and Elston Howard serving as his coaches.

Tom Seaver of the Mets, the reigning National League Cy Young Award winner, picked up the win, starting for the East and tossing three scoreless innings in a 5-1 victory. Working behind home plate was Emmett Ashford, big league baseballís first African-American umpire.Ē








I originally picked these up for the Clemente photos with intentions of selling the other photos.














But after receiving the photos and viewing them, I have decided to keep the group intact. I feel it would be a shame to break up the lot after almost 50 years.

There is also a program for the game which I will eventually purchase to accompany the lot. Also, within the past few months, a pinback for this game was offered on eBay. Unfortunately I was the underbidder, so thatís another one Iíll have to keep an eye out for.

If anyone would like to see closeups of other photos (a lot of other HOFers), let me know and Iíll post them later.
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Very cool thanks for sharing
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Thanks Mike, no problem. Any new pickups for you?
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I agree with keeping them together if you can.

It is the more classy move, since the photos tell a better story together.

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Those are my type of snapshot photos; look to be professionally taken AND in color. Does there happen to be any writing on the back? If you have an opportunity Iíd like to see the F. Robby a tad closer? Looks like a cool shot and I think heís wearing an old school batting glove.

I think itís a good idea to keep them together.
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Those are my type of snapshot photos; look to be professionally taken AND in color. Does there happen to be any writing on the back? If you have an opportunity Iíd like to see the F. Robby a tad closer? Looks like a cool shot and I think heís wearing an old school batting glove.

I think itís a good idea to keep them together.

Hereís the Frank Robinson...


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Mark,

The players names have been written on the back.
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and it's actually full sized, not hacked down like the rest of them.
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Thanks for posting the Frank; such a cool photo. Really like the old batting gloves players started to wear, but not that often. Some of them looked like regular type gloves. Also, some of the few snapshot photos I have do have some type of writing on the back. For some reason I like those even better especially when it documents the player or when/where and possibly the date it occurred. I donít think Brooks was at this event, but do you know if there was another Oís player participating?

Thatís a couple cool looking Clemente snapshots you have as well. Whoís the Pirate standing next to him in the player grouping?
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Thatís a nice one Greg!
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Thanks for posting the Frank; such a cool photo. Really like the old batting gloves players started to wear, but not that often. Some of them looked like regular type gloves. Also, some of the few snapshot photos I have do have some type of writing on the back. For some reason I like those even better especially when it documents the player or when/where and possibly the date it occurred. I donít think Brooks was at this event, but do you know if there was another Oís player participating?

Thatís a couple cool looking Clemente snapshots you have as well. Whoís the Pirate standing next to him in the player grouping?
Mark,

Brooks wasnít there and Iím not sure if there were any other Orioles players in the game. Also, not sure who the other Pirates player is.
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Brooks wasnít there and Iím not sure if there were any other Orioles players in the game. Also, not sure who the other Pirates player is.
Looked up a couple things about the East-West baseball game. I believe the other Oriole player was pitcher Mike Cuellar and thatís likely Willie Stargell with the Pirates pictured.
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1964 Topps uncut, blank backed panel of 9 cards...




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Man, I love stuff like that!! Awesome!! And it's always funny seeing how Topps once again used a reverse negative on Hank Aaron.
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Thanks Darren, good catch on Hank!
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