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Old 05-07-2021, 11:28 PM
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Default Kaneen's 1991 Kahn's Cincinnati Reds Team Set Signed

The Cincinnati Reds have a tradition of a yearly team set, given away as a SGA promotion at a game during the season. The 1991 set was a salute to the 1990 World Series champion Reds, and was sponsored by Kahn's Wieners. The cards included an image of the World Series trophy, and featured the players who brought the trophy back to Cincinnati. Pretty much all of the signatures were obtained by me in person over the years at games or events like RedsFest in Cincy. Randy Myers, who as we all know is a "difficult" person, was obtained through a consignment with a fellow collector who got him for me at his appearance at the 2012 BAT Dinner in NY.

At some point I may pursue completing the additional unnumbered Coaches card. I would also love to find a copy of the "Schottzie" mascot card signed by owner Marge Schott. (If anyone has that card signed by Marge, or the signed coaches card, please let me know!) Go Reds!

Here are links to some of my other scanned completed (and ongoing/near completed) projects in case you're interested:

Kaneen's Signed 1948 Bowman Baseball Set (in progress)

Kaneen's Complete Signed 1985-91 Donruss Super Diamond Kings 5x7 Sets

Kaneen's 1997 Donruss Studio 8x10s Complete Signed Set

Kaneen's Complete Signed 2000 Fleer Greats of the Game Baseball Set

Kaneen's 1989 Perez-Steele "Celebration" Signed Set

Kaneen's Perez-Steele "Great Moments" Signed Set

Kaneen's 1989 Ron Lewis Living Legends 8x10s Complete Signed Set

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Old 05-07-2021, 11:29 PM
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00 - Schottzie


07 - Mariano Duncan


09 - Joe Oliver


10 - Luis Quinones


11 - Barry Larkin


15 - Glenn Braggs


17 - Chris Sabo


19 - Bill Doran


21 - Paul O'Neill

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22 - Billy Hatcher


23 - Hal Morris


25 - Todd Benzinger


27 - Jose Rijo


28 - Randy Myers


29 - Herm Winningham


32 - Tom Browning


34 - Jeff Reed


36 - Don Carman

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37 - Norm Charlton


40 - Jack Armstrong


41 - Lou Piniella


44 - Eric Davis


45 - Chris Hammond


47 - Scott Scudder


48 - Ted Power


49 - Rob Dibble


57 - Freddie Benavides


NNO - Coaches

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Go Redlegs! As far as I'm concerned, cards always look better signed. Seeing your Kahn's makes me wonder why I rarely see the Kahn's cards from the 50s and 60s signed.
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Great cards Kevin!

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Go Redlegs! As far as I'm concerned, cards always look better signed. Seeing your Kahn's makes me wonder why I rarely see the Kahn's cards from the 50s and 60s signed.
Getting cards signed didn't really become acceptable in the hobby until relatively recently (past 10-15 years), so most collectors didn't. Most of the signed 50s/60s cards tend to be Topps or Bowman. Without looking at production figures, (if they are even public) my theory is that they were more plentiful, so they had a greater chance of reaching the rare collector who was getting cards signed back then. There are plenty of signed 1949 Bowmans on eBay right now, but only a handful from that year's Leaf set, and a lot of those are from the football set. I've seen the same thing with Topps/Bowman vs Red Heart, and also Goudey and Play Ball vs Sport Kings, Diamond Stars or DeLongs, though I don't play in the prewar sandbox a whole lot.
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