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Old 04-16-2010, 07:43 PM
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Default Any idea what set this card comes from?

I was just sent several of these card types. I have never seen them before. Does anyone have any idea what set this card comes from?

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They are from a semi-round booklet of "cards" called All Star Baseball Pinups.
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It's a 1950 All-Star Baseball Pin-Up. It was a set of 10, 7" diameter black and white player photos issued in the form of a booklet, with the individual pictures perforated to be punched out.


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Thanks. I appreciate the fast response. I looked up the card and you guys are 100% right. I knew that I came to the right place to ask my question.
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Look under "1950 All Star Baseball Pin -Ups"

Its usually listed under "All Star" in the catalogs, its on page 16 in the 2009 SCD.

Set is 10 , issued in booklet (50 cents cover price) form.

They were then punched out from the individual pages of booklet and usually pinned up.
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Here's what your Kiner looked like in the booklet form, which was held together by a string tie through the two holes:
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