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Old 09-16-2020, 07:36 AM
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Default How rare are 1935 Schutter-Johnson cards?

And are they worth collecting?

Seem kind of high priced on ebay....

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Sure you can find pop reports on PSA website.

I love these cards and think they are really cool. But over the years I have been drowned out like 10-1 by board members who don't like them at all. I mean they are drawn by a former major leaguer. How cool is that? Nevertheless, there is muted demand for these cards. The cartoonish aspect just doesn't appeal to a lot of folks apparently. Not to beat a dead horse, but I think they are quite unique and special. Last year one of the AHs sold a near complete set and I should have grabbed it.
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Old 09-16-2020, 07:59 AM
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I'd say they are very rare, though not particularly valuable relative to other things of the era.

https://www.psacard.com/pop/baseball...-johnson/44882
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[quote=chalupacollects;2017988]And are they worth collecting?

Seem kind of high priced on ebay....

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Def rare and tough to find. You have to assume most people threw them out because of their design. Not a typical baseball card look. Similar to e91 caramel cards... the stars are undervalued because of the image.

I think the Ruth and Gehrig schutter Johnson cards are a bargain.
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Default Secret "Raise Ball" Mechanics Revealed

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Here we have (one candidate to be viewed as) baseball's first "closer", being used as an example of how to throw a fastball that rises. It was a generally accepted fact among baseball scouts and other "experts" (probably still is) that a ball could be made to rise on its way to the plate. Physicists have discredited the notion, deeming it impossible in our universe.

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Old 09-16-2020, 10:57 AM
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Thanks everyone! There aren't many graded by PSA.... have an opportunity to pick some up so I will!
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I love 'em. They can be found for reasonable prices if you are in no hurry to collect the set, though Gehrig will hurt.
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I love 'em. They can be found for reasonable prices if you are in no hurry to collect the set, though Gehrig will hurt.
I love the Ruth ones, but man they are plagued by severe miscuts and other issues.
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Major League "Secrets" Revealed
Here we have (one candidate to be viewed as) baseball's first "closer", being used as an example of how to throw a fastball that rises. It was a generally accepted fact among baseball scouts and other "experts" (probably still is) that a ball could be made to rise on its way to the plate. Physicists have discredited the notion, deeming it impossible in our universe.

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From the look of his card Firpo may not have played in our universe.
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I recently finished the set and absolutely love these cards!
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