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Bowing to you from my exercise bike.

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Bowing to you from my exercise bike.

Wow
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Shaun, that first pic looks like Thor's hammer made of Jackie cards. Fun to see.

And Ian, I bow to you from my recliner!
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Fantastic collection Shaun. Love the Old Gold Jumping pose. Really cool.

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I never get tired of seeing the entire set together. Incredible accomplishment.
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I never get tired of seeing the entire set together. Incredible accomplishment.
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I just watched this episode this evening. The seller wanted $42,000 but the guy they brought in said they were worth $6,000.
The episode I watched read it was from 2019 so pre-covid.

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Default 1947 - 1950 JRobby cards and 1947 Brooklyn Dodgers Program

1947 Bond Bread ----------------------------------- 1948 Blue Tint------------------------------ 1948 Swell Gum
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August 10th 1947 Brooklyn Dodgers Program/Scorecard






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Stanky and Robinson 1-2, some leadoff combo there boy!
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Great stuff!

First pitch. Last game. And a card.

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Game 7, 1956 World Series wirephoto

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And a card

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Drum roll for Adam's #1................................................ .................................................
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Hi Dave

Sure was a nice 1-2 punch to start the game. Most remember Jackie as the 2nd Baseman for the Dodgers.
But, he played at 1st base for the entire 1947 season. Eddie Stanky was the Dodgers 2nd Baseman in '47.


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And he had a pretty great teacher too!

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My cornerstone Jackie:

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Wow. PSA says it has graded 89 of the Portraits. Looks like the board owns a good percentage of them.
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Small Traditions did a nice write-up about this issue, which I will quote from to explain it:

"Even more obscure than the Bond Bread Exhibits ... is a fourth and final version, referred to as the 1947 Bond Bread Dual Sided or Perforated set. Virtually nothing is known about this set other than that it was issued in at least two different 24-card perforated panels by a company called Elgee. To call them scarce, even extraordinarily scarce, is a gross understatement. Until Small Traditions graded the [PSA 5] Robinson offered in this lot, only one other had ever been recognized by each PSA and SGC."

I've done a lot of research on "Elgee" and come up with squat from the pertinent era. About all I can say is that there are three known examples of the card, one SGC and two PSA, and perhaps some raw ones tucked away in collections that haven't seen the light of day. The only remaining research to do is to figure out whether the card was issued in 1947 or later. The ballplayers in the set are not helpful in that regard thus far, so I will probably have to start searching for source materials for the movie stars and try to see if any of them would make 1947 an anachronism.
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Small Traditions did a nice write-up about this issue, which I will quote from to explain it:

"Even more obscure than the Bond Bread Exhibits ... is a fourth and final version, referred to as the 1947 Bond Bread Dual Sided or Perforated set. Virtually nothing is known about this set other than that it was issued in at least two different 24-card perforated panels by a company called Elgee. To call them scarce, even extraordinarily scarce, is a gross understatement. Until Small Traditions graded the [PSA 5] Robinson offered in this lot, only one other had ever been recognized by each PSA and SGC."

I've done a lot of research on "Elgee" and come up with squat from the pertinent era. About all I can say is that there are three known examples of the card, one SGC and two PSA, and perhaps some raw ones tucked away in collections that haven't seen the light of day. The only remaining research to do is to figure out whether the card was issued in 1947 or later. The ballplayers in the set are not helpful in that regard thus far, so I will probably have to start searching for source materials for the movie stars and try to see if any of them would make 1947 an anachronism.
Super cool card, Adam.
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Posted this in the February pick-up thread and unfortunately, it's still in the mail.
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Small Traditions did a nice write-up about this issue, which I will quote from to explain it:

"Even more obscure than the Bond Bread Exhibits ... is a fourth and final version, referred to as the 1947 Bond Bread Dual Sided or Perforated set. Virtually nothing is known about this set other than that it was issued in at least two different 24-card perforated panels by a company called Elgee. To call them scarce, even extraordinarily scarce, is a gross understatement. Until Small Traditions graded the [PSA 5] Robinson offered in this lot, only one other had ever been recognized by each PSA and SGC."

I've done a lot of research on "Elgee" and come up with squat from the pertinent era. About all I can say is that there are three known examples of the card, one SGC and two PSA, and perhaps some raw ones tucked away in collections that haven't seen the light of day. The only remaining research to do is to figure out whether the card was issued in 1947 or later. The ballplayers in the set are not helpful in that regard thus far, so I will probably have to start searching for source materials for the movie stars and try to see if any of them would make 1947 an anachronism.
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Never seen that card before, Adam. Super cool.

'53 Dodgers were the winningest NL team of all time until the 2020 Dodgers. On their way to another World Series showdown with the Yanks, they beat the Giants in September, but lost an all-star in Carl Furillo. He got into a fight with Leo Durocher, the new Giants manager, and broke his hand. Missed the postseason where the Dodgers again lost to the Yankees.

The Brawl. Jackie scoring last run of that game. And a stub.

1953JRDodgersfight

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A fun article with more details: https://www.baseballhistorycomesaliv...-63-years-ago/

And a '53 Topps. My favorite card.

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Never seen that card before, Adam. Super cool.

'53 Dodgers were the winningest NL team of all time until the 2020 Dodgers. On their way to another World Series showdown they beat the Giants, but lost an all-star in Carl Furillo. He got into a fight Leo Durocher, the new Giant manager, and broke his hand. Missed the postseason where the Dodgers again lost to the Yankees.

The Brawl. Jackie scoring last run of that game. And a stub.

1953JRDodgersfight

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A fun article with more details: https://www.baseballhistorycomesaliv...-63-years-ago/

And a '53 Topps. My favorite card.

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Thanks, Aaron.

Funny you mention it. I had the same experience with that mark!
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Back down to earth, but keeping the thread alive...

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This is the last one I really needed for my low grade Jackie set.

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Out of vintage cards to show.

Here's a modern card signed by Rachel. And the corresponding wirephoto (1963).

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This is the only one I currently own, but it's always been my favorite image if his on a card.
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Not my prettiest card. And it is not a Jackie card either.
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But he does appear in the original photo.
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This has to be one of my favorite all-time Net54 threads, hands down.

Think we've seen all of these now, so hopefully fair game to see them all together. What a great subject!
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Beautiful set with nice attention to centering, Jason. You could pay off (or buy another) house with that handful of cards.
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was there a 1951 Robinson?

I have a few of these:



Tone differences are from two scanners.
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Beauties!

His only appearance that I know of is the '51 Topps team card.
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His only appearance that I know of is the '51 Topps team card.
Weird, right?

Anyhow, for today:

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Anyhow, for today:


Nice, much cleaner than mine. One of my first Jackie cards and not seen as often, I like it




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This day in Dodgers history. 3/22/53

A spring training shot of Jackie and Billy Cox. The slug suggests Cox may be traded. He played two more seasons. And had one whale of a '53 World Series.

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Wish I had more to add to this beautiful thread. This 1947 Type I photo is one item I will likely never part with.
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Bond Bread Portrait PSA 5 is featured in the current SCP auction. Already looks like this card is getting the well-deserved bump we all anticipated.
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I'm just about outta stuff. As for what this is, heck if I know. I've had it for years. Looks like the JJK Copyart postcard but blank backed.
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For anyone looking to part with a very low grade 1950 Bowman Jackie Robinson for my PC, please let me know. My favorite issue of all the Jackies.
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Last licks for me...but not a bad coda to my JR run!
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My '55, just back from PSA.

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Bond Bread Portrait PSA 5 is featured in the current SCP auction. Already looks like this card is getting the well-deserved bump we all anticipated.
It will be interesting to see where it ends up.
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My '55, just back from PSA.
Nice card!!
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Old 03-24-2021, 12:04 PM
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Here are my Jackie's. Pretty decent but definitely not as nice as many in this thread.

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1953_Robinson_1

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