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Tied for the highest graded of 4 total graded.
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Yowsa!! Sweet card and still one that I need.
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(I believe the 'guest star' is Bobby Bolin.)
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Someone posted this before. It's the action photo used for the 1956 Topps card.
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Someone posted this before. It's the action photo used for the 1956 Topps card.
Man, that is OUTSTANDING. Wow.
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I've not seen that before. Topps did a great job. Definitely my favorite Clemente card aesthetically.
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I dig rough cuts, so my eyes about popped out of my head when I saw this and I had to buy it:




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I can get used to this.

How about the better of 2 I know exist - 1957 Topps Salesman sample panel
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Here is by fay my worst condition Clemente. It's creased, off center, extremely faded, and been wet. At least it doesn't have paper loss.
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Here is by fay my worst condition Clemente. It's creased, off center, extremely faded, and been wet. At least it doesn't have paper loss.
Wow Ben, is that the rare b&w '61 Topps variation?

I have a '72 Clemente that looks like it was carried in someone's wallet for years. I really enjoy well-loved cards like that.
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Not much love for Clemente? Regardless, we press on:



When I was a kid I thought Bob and Roberto were different guys.
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The only other (in addition to the 1957 previously posted) salesman sample with Clemente that I am aware of. Another super toughie and best condition of them.
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When I was a kid I thought Bob and Roberto were different guys.
Clemente is one of my all time favorite players and I'd post a few more, but most of my Clemente collection pre-dates buying cards that were scanned or graded. This one didn't though...
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I was going to send this one off to get graded but as you know PSA is down...
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I love the Kellogg’s cards they evoke lots of good memories
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A few more I way overpaid for, but now they look like tremendous bargains...

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Cheating a bit here, but cheating can be fun. My Clementes together, minus the rookie which was elsewhere at the time. Most of these were acquired 20+ years ago, and I've had the '59 longest, since I was about 14. My mom got it as a Christmas present, and hooked me on Clemente at a young age.
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I'll go with a tough high grade 73 OPC this morning. Gotta get away from this grading company insanity!
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Another tough Venezuela Clemente

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Rolling through all the excellent cards I noticed that my favorite Topps base card wasn't shown until the cheat group pic... The one time that Clemente was a High Series card (sits below the Rose Rookie in a binder, SWEET) and probably my favorite card of his...here is my 63 Topps and I thought I would grab the 63 Fleer from the same year, they look good together.


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Here is a solid bronze statue done by Southlands. These were never made available to the public as there was a lawsuit between an investor for the Clemente piece and the company. No more than a handful were even produced.

The first photo was taken a few years ago at the National. Then another shot of the solid bronze

The next 3 photos show the original mold

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The sequential pair of 1972 Topps Clemente cards, the best one-two cardboard punch in history!!!
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We'll start mainstream with 58 Topps WL and YL and then go tough food issue with Post Canadian.
Neither of those '58s are mainstream Howard. Both are outstanding!
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A nice 59.
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Sorry, I just saw the intent was to show one card per day. So, here's mine for today. It was a present from my dad for my 12th birthday back in 1986:
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Found this Clemente card I didn't know I had today when going through some piles in my card room.
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Where are the rest of the Clemente fans!? Post your cards please :-)

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I always thought it was such a travesty that Topps didn't produce an In Memorium card in 1974.
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I am actively buying vintage sports cards graded and raw, singles and sets and also open to trading. I love the odd and obscure – food issues, test issues, etc. Some feedback as a buyer: https://www.net54baseball.com/showthread.php?t=297262
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The display I came up with years ago. His 55 rc is in a different case.
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Picked this up for $25 today!! I also have a PSA 7 but I might like this one more!!

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Picked this up for $25 today!! I also have a PSA 7 but I might like this one more!!

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