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Old 06-03-2020, 11:11 AM
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Default 1951 Topps Ringside Boxing Cards

Not certain why, but this set has been one of my favorite to put together since the mid 1970's. The mix of eras, world champs, wrestlers, contenders, colors, commons and story-lines keeps on bringing me back to building another set.

Currently I am looking primarily to trade for a few 1951 Topps Ringside Cards in Excellent+ or better condition.

I have numerous duplicates in lesser grade and many Topps Baseball Cards available to trade ranging from 1959 to 1990.

Maybe you have some doubles, maybe its just time to part with a few boxing cards or you are just ready to make a fair trade or to sell. If interested send me a PM.

The 1951 Topps Ringside cards I am looking for are the following:

#11
#12
#13
#24
#48
#53
#56
#57
#65
#67
#71
#89
#95
#96

Thanks for your viewing and consideration. I am only looking for cards that are excellent+ or better. PM if interested.
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Old 06-03-2020, 07:43 PM
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They have all but two of them on COMC.Good luck completing your set
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Old 06-04-2020, 07:54 AM
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Thanks for the insight. My first preference is looking to trade as I have quite a bit of baseball cards dating back from 1959 to 1990.

Thanks.
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Old 06-05-2020, 05:24 PM
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These are GREAT cards and I'm glad I pulled them out to have a look at them lol. I'm five cards away from a low grade set I need

32 Rocky Marciano
48 Rocky Castellani
49 Bob Murphy SP (toughest card in the set)
67 Paul Berlenbach
95 Gene Tunney

(sorry no duplicates)

With all the other stuff I collect these are sort of low priority but I sure would like to "knock-out" #49! Other Short Prints are #55 #61 #89
Such a cool set of cards good luck with your collection!

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Old 06-05-2020, 05:57 PM
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These are GREAT cards and I'm glad I pulled them out to have a look at them lol. I'm five cards away from a low grade set I need

32 Rocky Marciano
48 Rocky Castellani
49 Bob Murphy SP (toughest card in the set)
67 Paul Berlenbach
95 Gene Tunney

(sorry no duplicates)

With all the other stuff I collect these are sort of low priority but I sure would like to "knock-out" #49! Other Short Prints are #55 #61 #89
Such a cool set of cards good luck with your collection!

Larry

Speaking of this set and it's SP's, does anyone know how determining the SP's were arrived at? #95 Tunney seems far more difficult than #55 Fitzsimmons. 67 Berlenbach also seems to me like it is a SP.
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Old 06-05-2020, 07:28 PM
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Default 1951 Topps Ringside

I agree, G1911.

I don't know the answer to your question and understand the concept that SPs reflect having fewer cards produced. However its been my experience over the years that #48 Castellani, #49 Murphy and #95 Tunney seem more like SPs when it comes to market availability.
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Old 06-06-2020, 09:02 AM
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I don't have any idea about why cards are listed as SPs. The PSA site says the cards were released in two series each 48 cards. All the SPs are second series cards numbered 49 and above. There appears to be some uncut or partial uncut sheets out there. Most/all of the uncut sheets I saw were 24 cards so maybe each series was printed on two 24 card sheets?
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Old 06-06-2020, 05:13 PM
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Anyone know why there are so many 15 James Carter/9 Rudy & Emil Dusek uncut panels?

There are 77 on PSA pop report - far greater than any others.
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I don't believe the SP stuff; there are so many out there. What is tougher, definitely, are centered copies of certain cards, like Fitzsimmons and Tunney.

If you want a challenge for Ringside, try collecting these:


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Oh man! This is a fantastic piece. The ad back escalates it's appeal dramatically. Very cool.


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I don't believe the SP stuff; there are so many out there. What is tougher, definitely, are centered copies of certain cards, like Fitzsimmons and Tunney.

If you want a challenge for Ringside, try collecting these:


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The only 1951 Ringside I own is the Rocky Marciano I picked up raw from a fellow member.
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Old 06-11-2020, 07:30 PM
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If you had to pick only one '51 Ringside, it looks like you picked one that doesn't look to shabby. Congrats.
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Old 10-02-2020, 06:24 PM
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Default Still interested in 1951 Ringside dupes?

Hi. I’ve got dupes of most of those cards. They’re raw but in good shape. Let me know. -Mark / ruckus221


QUOTE=dmacst6;1986833]Not certain why, but this set has been one of my favorite to put together since the mid 1970's. The mix of eras, world champs, wrestlers, contenders, colors, commons and story-lines keeps on bringing me back to building another set.

Currently I am looking primarily to trade for a few 1951 Topps Ringside Cards in Excellent+ or better condition.

I have numerous duplicates in lesser grade and many Topps Baseball Cards available to trade ranging from 1959 to 1990.

Maybe you have some doubles, maybe its just time to part with a few boxing cards or you are just ready to make a fair trade or to sell. If interested send me a PM.

The 1951 Topps Ringside cards I am looking for are the following:

#11
#12
#13
#24
#48
#53
#56
#57
#65
#67
#71
#89
#95
#96

Thanks for your viewing and consideration. I am only looking for cards that are excellent+ or better. PM if interested.[/quote]
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