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Old 01-12-2021, 06:22 AM
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I've always wanted to see what other collectors / set builders have out there player by player. This has become increasing difficult to accomplish in person these days. Let's try to post a different 1952 Topps card each day so that we can share / view examples of our graded and non-graded gems. I'll start today off with card #188 Clarence Podbeilan. Let's see your copy! Someone else can pick a different card to share tomorrow.

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Nice idea.

But I don't have one...
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Was hoping that each day we would focus on one card from the set and post each of our examples. Today woul be #188. Maybe that wasn't clear in my first post.
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Seeing that Jansen #5 is out there...let's focus on that card tomorrow / Wednesday.

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So, today only post Podbeilan cards and only post Jansen's tomorrow? Sort of like "whose is bigger?" lol
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Ethan, here's mine.

I have a small cache of SGC graded 1952 Topps that I plan on cracking out sometime in the future, with the hopes of them crossing over for the PSA set that I recently started.

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My copy.
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This one is a red back.
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A PSA 3 red back I believe.
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Shooting for well centered, VG cards. Despite PSA's opinion!

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Has been fun! Great idea

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And my black back version of Monty Basgall.
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It's players like this that I know make some people reluctant to collect complete sets. Why spend money for a card of someone you have likely never heard of? However, it's something I always found interesting. When I was working on my run of Topps sets, there were many players from the 50s and 60s I never heard of who I found in 5 or more sets so they had to have been decent players to make it in the majors for that long (especially when there were only 20 teams) even if they never became household names.
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It's players like this that I know make some people reluctant to collect complete sets. Why spend money for a card of someone you have likely never heard of? However, it's something I always found interesting. When I was working on my run of Topps sets, there were many players from the 50s and 60s I never heard of who I found in 5 or more sets so they had to have been decent players to make it in the majors for that long (especially when there were only 20 teams) even if they never became household names.
What I have found, just like what you have said above, is that some players, although not HOF's, were/are fan/team favorites.
While amassing my 52's, on many occasions, I'd come across a card/player who seemed to command a premium over another player so that got me researching as to why? Outside of the hard to find centered copies, variations, etc, it was fun to find out some of these players had real good careers and/or had some baseball history to them that I never knew about.
That is a side to the collecting, outside of thinking only about the ROI, etc, that makes collecting so much fun.
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What I have found, just like what you have said above, is that some players, although not HOF's, were/are fan/team favorites.
While amassing my 52's, on many occasions, I'd come across a card/player who seemed to command a premium over another player so that got me researching as to why? Outside of the hard to find centered copies, variations, etc, it was fun to find out some of these players had real good careers and/or had some baseball history to them that I never knew about.
That is a side to the collecting, outside of thinking only about the ROI, etc, that makes collecting so much fun.
The one card where that really stood out for me was a 1968 Joe Sparma. When I started working on the 1968 set many years ago, he was listed in the Beckett price guide along with the other stars and minor stars. I had never heard of him so I asked a dealer I was friendly with why. His response - he's a 1968 Tiger and they are very popular since they won the World Series so his card has a premium to it.

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Lots of Good mans!

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Nice “low slats” version of Feller, a card far ahead of it’s time
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Lots of Good mans! Time to throw out the Heater from Van Meter.
Welcome to the site, Cheshire.

Nice card, and although I can understand you wanting to show it, we are doing a card #1 through to #407 with each card posted in numeric order every day.

Tomorrow will be card #24 Luke Easter if you have one?

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Nice card, and although I can understand you wanting to show it, we are doing a card #1 through to #407 with each card posted in numeric order every day.



Tomorrow will be card #24 Luke Easter if you have one?



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Disregard my interruption, I revised it out. As an Indians fan I should have it but right now I only have but one 52 Topps

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A lot of what I hold near and dear about baseball I got from my dad, who was a HUGE baseball fan and a storehouse of stories, facts and figures. I remember my dad talking about Luke Easter, who he obviously liked, who "had a charismatic, bigger than life personality just like Babe Ruth".
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A lot of what I hold near and dear about baseball I got from my dad, who was a HUGE baseball fan and a storehouse of stories, facts and figures. I remember my dad talking about Luke Easter, who he obviously liked, who "had a charismatic, bigger than life personality just like Babe Ruth".
This is a great article about Luke that I read sometime ago that has always stuck with me.
https://buffalonews.com/news/easter-...af82b03c4.html
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Easter for yesterday and Groth to get things started today
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Derailed! Missed the Groth spurt yesterday

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Better late than never, Ted. Thanks for posting it. As I mentioned previously, I had not seen any of these before someone earlier (I think Al) posted some.

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My red back Irvin.
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The Huggins and Scott Super set, link to it in post 102 in this thread, lists two BB variants to this card, dark brown versus tan background. I have not yet found two distinct enough differences to add to my set. My BB has the same coloring as the one Jay posted above. Does anyone have a BB with different background coloring ?

I have found out the hard way that differences in color backgrounds in ebay scans can be deceptive ( not talking about intentional) and different when in hand

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Here is my copy.
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The Huggins and Scott Super set, link to it in post 102 in this thread, lists two BB variants to this card, dark brown versus tan background. I have not yet found two distinct enough differences to add to my set. My BB has the same coloring as the one Jay posted above. Does anyone have a BB with different background coloring ?

I have found out the hard way that differences in color backgrounds in ebay scans can be deceptive ( not talking about intentional) and different when in hand
So true. I also put together the 1956 Topps set with white and grey backs and also the 1949 Bowman set with light and dark backs, and there were a lot of listings where it was hard to tell the difference between them. It all depended on the picture and the lighting someone had when they took the picture.

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Some lower grade Mel Parnells to start the day.
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Mel is on the Super Checklist. His black back can be found with and without a red streak in the brim of his cap. Jay and Dave each posted one above. These are both BBs


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Also, zernial was a good looking guy. After his acting gig, he introduced a young woman to Joe DiMaggio. That's right, it was marilyn monroe

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Who?

363 wins without looking it up...I believe

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You are telling me names I can't fathom. So I called Kip Addotta for the halibut, and he said it was too deep for him too.

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