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Old 03-14-2021, 05:57 PM
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Default Let's see some team issued photos and cards?

One a day, let's round robin it and keep it going. I will lead off with this one:



1960-61 Celtics team issue Bill Russell
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Adam love that Russell. Great thread. Hopefully we can see some great team issued cards etc.. This an Alcindor/Jabbar publicity card from 1969. Not sure of the accuracy of the year but the seller seemed sure.
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Old 03-18-2021, 10:27 AM
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Hard to find Celtic team issued postcard. Been looking for an autographed Cousy one. Scratch is on the case.
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Great stuff! I've never seen either issue before.

Here's a 1950s team issue of Lakers HOFer Jim Pollard. About PC sized.

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Here are a few more postcards. Celtics stuff is crazy. There were team issued postcards, some 8x10's. Then the photo packs which were lesser quality. Then sometimes paper pictures stuck in the programs. Probably impossible to catalog it all.
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1960 Warriors:



FWIW, the hoop is 10 feet above the ground, backboard top is 13 feet and the basketball itself is 9.5" diameter. Wilt's hands are about 15 feet off the ground. No wonder they had to change goaltending rules.
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The picture from 1963 Player Pack.

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This is a team issued Cousy. I believe its from 1951-52 or 52-53 season. I have a similar picture of Bones McKinney who did not play for the Celtics in 52-53. However, Cousy is pictured on some 51-52 program covers as still wearing number 15 but then again those might be stock photographs from 50-51 so I have some difficulty completely determining the year. Cousy started his career as number 15 then switched to 14.
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A few collegiate TI's:



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I think that I may own the Team Issue Cousy that Joe D referred to. Extremely low grade, and not for sale. Curious if anyone knows what year these were issued.
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I think that I may own the Team Issue Cousy that Joe D referred to. Extremely low grade, and not for sale. Curious if anyone knows what year these were issued.
I think this is 52-53, maybe 53-54.
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Very excited to add this to my PC:



The Doctor is scoring over Wes Unseld in an exhibition game played on October 3, 1971. The photos come from the first half; you can tell by the ball. The ABA ball was used in the first half. Dr. J lit up Unseld for 30 that game.

If I ever make it to another National and if Dr. J is signing, this is the item I will have signed.
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Adam,

That would be awesome to get signed. Never seen one of those before.
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Me neither though I've been looking. I have one of the multi-player sheets but the single has evaded me until now.
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1961-62 Celtics publicity picture Cousy:

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