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Posted By: Jeff Williams

Must be from your own collection............

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Posted By: Max Weder

At the other end of the spectrum, a 1951 Vancouver Capilanos popcorn card of Bill Whyte, star pitcher as well for the University of British Columbia. Bill lives on Vancouver Island, and will be attending our local SABR meeting in Vancouver on August 25 (as a reminder to anyone in the area at that time--all are invited--email me for details)

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This weeks favorite-

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big klu!


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Posted By: Anonymous

I just finished the 1970 Kelloggs set




and as possibly the only person to collect Nate Colbert...



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Posted By: Josh Adams

Anthony,
When you get tired of that card, feel free to shoot it over this way!!

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added smaller pic elsewhere

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Posted By: Chris Counts

Here is my 1953 Bowman of Pee Wee Reese in one of the all-time classic poses ...

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I could not edit my last one to put in this smaller image.
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Old 08-10-2007, 08:55 PM
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Posted By: Jason L

Well, for the moment, this is up there...and I am DYING to know who the guy in the yellow shirt is!!! He's the only guy in the stands!

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Posted By: Jerry

I have an affinity for the 57 Braves because it was the first WS I remember following closely on TV and they beat the hated Yankees. So these 2 are a tie for first, right now.

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Posted By: Leslie Westbrook

I love that '58 Spahn too. It looks like he's speed skating.

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A couple:


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Posted By: boxingcardman

But #2 isn't bad!

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Old 08-11-2007, 07:28 AM
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Posted By: RC

Dennis,

To a Reds fan, big Klu just doesn't look right in a Pirates uniform!

I think this postwar forum is going to be a great addition.

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Posted By: Marc S.

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Posted By: Tom Hines

Dennis,
I am with RC. When I get home I will post my fav. The classic 57' Topps pose of Big Klu with the sleves cut. I just think Big Klu is personified in the Cincy jersey.

Leon,
I appreciate the new avenue to keep me distracted at work. I am now almost strictly a pre-war Cincinnati collector but I started my Cincy collection with the 50's and some 60's so I can relate here.

Tom Hines

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Posted By: Tom Hines

I hate that. Now, my login shows up.

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Posted By: Paul S

I would never be able to pick a single favorite card. However, a few on here so far are in the mix.

Tom -- From way back the picture of the sleeveless Klu you mention always struck me as so cool.

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Posted By: dstudeba

Jason - actually there were a few more people in the stands.



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Posted By: Chris

I have always been partial to Clemente, and I love the black border 71's

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Posted By: dennis

i too,have to agree on '57 kluszewski in the reds jersey here he cut off the sleeves,but in '59 he came to the white sox and we sox fans still thought he had power...our big banger was sherm lollar... so that 59 card,to me,is part of the pennant winning white sox cards (and this was the 1st year i bought packs,too.)

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All my own submissions:





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Posted By: Tom Hines

Finally I am home and got to the '57 Klu. (By the way, I am an armpit collector so most of my stuff is lightly enjoyed and loved).


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Posted By: Jason L

Wow.
those Campy's are awesome!
what are they?
is that a real signature on the second one?
and are they for sale!?

Thanks for sharing.

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Posted By: Jason L

that one has still eluded me...

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Posted By: Phil Garry

Thanks, Jason. If you keep searching on e-bay for Family Fun Center Padres, you should come across one eventually. It is not easy to find but I have seen a couple over the past year.

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Posted By: Paul S

Kevin -- I always thought that the Bell Brand's were underated. The vivid and stunning color photography may be second only to 53 Bowman, and they hold up well over the years. Sharp looking card.

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Posted By: Kevin Saucier

"Kevin -- I always thought that the Bell Brand's were underated. The vivid and stunning color photography may be second only to 53 Bowman, and they hold up well over the years. Sharp looking card."


Thanks. They are quickly rising in value as well. Lately, I think a 1962 Snider PSA 8 sold for $3K and a 1960 Koufax 9 for $28K. Griffin (Anthony) is the king of the 1958's!


Here is some more info:

http://www.psacard.com/articles/article_view.chtml?artid=4183&universeid=314&type=1



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Posted By: Anthony

If it's Bell, it's Swell!
Despite what Kevin will tell you, it's the '58's that are the true beauties of the Bell run!

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Posted By: Kevin Saucier

Steve,

What's up with Mickey's evil eye?

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Posted By: Steve f

The mick was the original Terminator.

That 'reflection' isn't on the card itself

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Posted By: RC

Not a card so I apologize ahead of time but it fits the Klu discussion. Also sorry if I posted this before.
Autographed Klu at my wife's grandfather's bar. Nice mother-in-law thought I would appreciate it the most and gave it to me.

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Edited again to insert better image

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Posted By: Anthony

<<The mick was the original Terminator.

That 'reflection' isn't on the card itself>>

Or more likely he's really hungover!

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Rookie.........

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Posted By: dstudeba

Hi Jason,

The top one is a 1953 Stahl Meyer which actually is for trade/sale. The bottom one is a postcard that I picked up, but I don't know the origin. The signature is a facsimile. That pose also appears in the Berk Ross set and the 1951 Wheaties Test Set. It is my favorite image of my favorite player.

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Posted By: andy

Hope I'm not breaking a rule but here's one I decided to put online...
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