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Lot 40.  1951 Berk Ross Doubles - #2-1 Musial and 2-3 Henrich PSA-Graded EX-MT 6. Musial’s card notes that he was the 1950 N.L. batting champion. He was also the league’s top batter six other times, in 1943, 1946, 1948, 1951, 1952 and 1957.
Winning Bid $83     


Lot 41.  1951 Topps Connie Mack’s All-Stars Gehrig and Major League All-Stars Evers and Kell. Each of these die-cut cards lacks the background, and they otherwise grade poor. Tape on the back holds together the Lou Gehrig card, which is separated in three places. His bat and lower left leg and foot are missing. The Hoot Evers card has navigated the past 64 years with less damage. Evers’ bat is held in place with tape, each leg has a very heavy crease, and three other heavy creases are evident. The Kell card is the best of the three. The end of his bat is missing, and otherwise, the card is vg.
Winning Bid $75     


Lot 42.  1952 Num Num Card of Larry Doby with the Tab. These 3.5” x 5.5” cards were distributed with Num Num potato chips, pretzels and other snacks. Card #18 of Hall of Fame outfielder Larry Doby, the first African-American player in the American League, is ex-m, free of stains or other problems.
Winning Bid $127     


Lot 43.  1952 Num Num Cleveland Indians Partial Set – 12 of 20 Cards, 5 with Tabs – Garcia, Lemon, Etc. The five cards that have their tabs are #4 LEMON f-g, 7 Garcia ex, 13 Boone vg, 15 Mitchell (tiny pin hole; otherwise) vg and 20 LOPEZ f-g. Cards without tabs are #2 Hegan vg, 5 FELLER ex, 8 Gromek p (vg with multiple pin holes), 9 Chakales p (vg with pin holes), 10 Rosen f (with a separated tab), 12 Easter f-g and 14 Avila g.
Winning Bid $225     


Lot 44.  79 1956-59 Topps Cards Including a 1959 Kaline. All of these cards are different. 1956 Topps (5 cards): #219, Burdette vg-ex, 257 Thomson vg-ex, 274 vg-ex, 294 vg+ to ex and 320 (“Jay” written on the front; otherwise) vg. 1957 (9): Three cards are from the middle series - #48, 88, 164, 191, 306 Johnson rookie, 337, 343, 383 Pizzaro rookie and 402. 1958 (41): #36, 48, 76, 114, 134 Phillies, team, 143, 154, 158 Indians team, 171, 174 Athletics team, 180, 181, 186, 206, 207, 216 Cardinals team, 231, 251, 256 White Sox team, 264, 268, 278, 298, 312 Red Sox team, 326, 327 Cubs team, 353, 372, 377 Braves team, 387, 397 Tigers team, 402, 404, 408 Orioles team, 415, 428 Redlegs team, 433, 434, 442, 451 and 460. Eight of 11 team cards-checklists are unchecked. 1959 (24): #8 Phillies team (single print), 24, 33, 48, 94 White Sox team, 118, 130, 172, 223, 248, 304, 329, 360 Kaline g-vg, 374, 379, 385, 386, 397, 417, 419, 424, 234, 457 Dodgers team and 498. Eight of 11 team cards-checklists are unchecked. The 1957-59 cards average g-vg.
Winning Bid $75     


Lot 45.  11 Topps Cards, 1957-66, with 8 HoF Players and 2 Rookies, and a 1965 Old London Coin. Roger Maris is the subject of the coin, which is ex-m. The cards from 1957 are #135 Skowron vg-ex and 210 Campanella vg+ to ex. 1958, #271 Martin ex. 1959, #352 Roberts vg-ex. 1960, #35 Ford f. 1961, #80 Killebrew vg+ to ex. 1962, #199 Perry rookie vg-ex. 1963, #68 Friendly Foes (Snider and Hodges) g-vg. 1964 Topps Giant #7 Ford vg+ to ex. 1965, #55 Conigliaro vg. 1966, #126 Palmer rookie, vg-ex.
Winning Bid $55     


Lot 46.  1958 Bond Bread Buffalo Bisons Set of 9 Cards Including Easter, All Graded by SGC. All but one of these cards are graded at least ex; three, including Easter, are graded higher. Here is the breakdown: SGC 84 NM 7 – Luke Easter. SGC 80 EX/NM 6 – Rip Coleman. SGC 70 EX+ 5.5 – Phil Cavarretta. SGC 60 EX 5 – Al Aber, Joe Caffie, Ken Johnson, Lou Ortiz and Jack Phillips. And SGC 50 VG/EX 4 – Jim Small. The Bisons were affiliated with the Kansas City Athletics.
Winning Bid $538     


Lot 47.  107 Topps Cards - 33 1960 and 74 1961 – Team Cards, Leaders, Some Stars, Semi-High Numbers, Etc. The 33 cards from 1960 are #18 Dodgers team vg, 151 Giants team* vg, 164 Reds team, 208 White Sox team*, 242 Cardinals team, 270 Turley, 302 Phillies team, 315 Shantz, 381 Braves team* vg-ex, 413 Athletics team*, 429 Fox and Kuenn, 484 Pirates team* and 494 Orioles team*. Team cards with an asterisk (*) have a checklist on the back that is unmarked. The other 1960 cards average g-vg. The 1961 cards range from #7-554. Here is the complete list: #7 White Sox team, 17 Checklist, 19 Clete Boyer, 40 Turley, League Leaders #42, 48, 50 A.L. Strikeout Leaders ex+, 51 Tigers team, 86 Dodgers team, 88 Ashburn vg+, 98 (Checklist in yellow, 98 in black)*, 122 Cubs team, 132 Lopez, 133 Houk vg-ex (with print lines), 136 Alston ex+, 159 Orioles team, 167 Giants team ex+, 180 Richardson ex+, 189 Checklist* (No #4 on player at left), 228 Yankees team, 249 Reds team, 273 Checklist* (copyright ends opposite fifth name), 297 Athletics team, World Series #306, 308 Richardson Is Hero, 313 Winners Celebrate; #347 Cardinals team ex-m, 361 Checklist* (2, both variations), Red Sox team vg-ex, 437* (#440 is Luis Aparicio), 443 Snider ex+ (85:15 centering), 463 (both variations, Braves team and Jack Fisher), 467 Indians team, 491 Phillies team, 505 Schoendienst, 516 Checklist, 521 Norm and Larry Sherry, and 554 Pirates team. Excluding the cards graded above, the 1961 cards average vg to vg-ex.
Winning Bid $83     


Lot 48.  Topps 1961 and 1969 Empty 5-Cent Wax Boxes. These boxes once held cards of baseball greats. The 1961 box shows typical light-to-moderate age toning and has one split seam in the back and three creases on the lid next to the die-cut. Denny McLain, Bob Gibson, Carl Yastrzemski and Willie May are on the lid of the 1969 box, which has stains on all six surfaces, has two split seams in the front, and shows creases and bowing on the lid. The 1961 box displays nicely.
Winning Bid $61     


Lot 49.  78 Different 1962 Topps Cards - League Leaders, Team Cards, Semi-High Numbers, Etc. #22b Checklist*, 24 Tigers team, 43 Dodgers team ex-m, 45 B. Robinson vg+, League Leaders #51 A.L. Batting Leaders with Kaline ex+, 52 N.L. Batting Leaders with Clemente vg-ex, 53 A.L. Home Run Leaders with Mantle and Maris vg+ to ex, 54 with Mays and F. Robinson vg, 55, 56, 57 A.L. Victory Leaders with Ford, 58, 59, and 60 N.L. Strikeout Leaders with Koufax vg+ to ex; 61 Cardinals team, 86 Clendenon rookie, 98 Checklist*, 113 White Sox team, 132 Angels team (no inset photos), 134 Hoeft (blue sky), 158 Braves team, 163 Hot Corner Guardians, 169 Cerv (both color variations), 192 Checklist*, 206 Senators team, 219 Downing rookie, 226 Giants team vg-ex, World Series #233 Jay Ties It Up, 236 Yanks Crush Reds in Finale, 237 The Winners Celebrate; 251 Yankees team vg-ex, 277 Checklist* ex+, 294 Phillies team, 334 Red Sox team vg+ to ex, 367 Checklist* ex, 384 Athletics team, 441 Checklist, 476 Orioles team, 513 Herzog vg-ex and 516 Checklist. The ungraded cards average vg to vg-ex.
Winning Bid $83     


Lot 50.  144 Topps Cards – 71 1963 and 73 1964 – League Leaders, High Numbers, Etc. The 71 cards from 1963 are: #1 N.L. Batting Leaders with Aaron, Musial and F. Robinson g-vg; 3 N.L. Home Run Leaders with Aaron, Mays, Banks and F. Robinson g-vg; 4 A.L. Home Run Leaders with Killebrew and Maris vg-ex; 5 N.L. E.R.A. Leaders with Koufax vg-ex; 6 A.L. E.R.A. Leaders with Ford ; 7 N.L. Pitching Leaders vg-ex; 8; 9 N.L. Strikeout Leaders with Koufax vg; 10 A.L. Strikeout Leaders; 13 Phillies team, 15 Hubbs, 21, 27, 29, 31, 37, 38, 39 Dodgers team, 42, 43 Stengel and Woodling, 44, 49, 58, 59, 63 Reds team, 64, 70, 79, 80, 81, 84, 90, 92, 93, 95, 102 Checklist (both variations, both unchecked); 107, 111, 113, 131, World Series, 142 with Ford, 143, 144 with Maris vg+ to ex, 147 and 148; 151 Pirates team, 155, 162, 189, 191, 193, 202, 222, 224, 247 Yankees team vg+ to ex, 278, 288 White Sox team, 309, 312 Colt .45s team vg-ex, 327, 337 Dodgers team vg+ to ex, 362, 377 Orioles team, 397 Athletics team, 417 Giants team, 431 Checklist (“Checklist” in white on the front), 488, 494 524 Cardinals team and 563. The 1963 cards average vg to vg-ex. Cards from 1964 are: #2, 3 N.L. Pitching Leaders with Koufax, 5 N.L. Strikeout Leaders with Koufax vg-ex, 11 N.L. RBI Leaders with Aaron vg-ex, 27 Mets team ex, 31, 33, 36, 40, 44, 49, 56, 57, 67 Tigers team, 72, 73, 76, 84,86, 87 Cardinals team, 89 Powell, 95, 102, 103, 113, 121, 129, 131, 132 Braves team, 134, 142, 144, 148, 151 Athletics team, 158, 161, 166, 168, 172 Indians team, 176, 185, 188,192, 195, 202, 213 Angels team, 230 B. Robinson vg-ex, 235, 237 Cubs team, 241, 252, 257 Giants team, 274, 281, 282, 292, 293 Phillies team, 309, 318 Twins team, 343 Senators team, 346, 362, 373 Pirates team, 385, 389, 403 Reds team, 433 Yankees team vg+, 438 Checklist (unchecked), 473 Orioles team, 496 White Sox team, 517 Checklist (unchecked, correct numbering on back), 531 Dodgers team vg-ex and 567 Kaat. Like the 1963 collection, the 1964 cards are vg to vg-ex overall.
Winning Bid $138     


Lot 51.  1964 Topps Giants Near-Set (57 of 60) with Mays and Mantle Graded NM 7 by PSA. The Mantle card is #25, and the Mays card, #51. Other key cards are #7 Ford nm, 12 Kaline nm+, 18 Fregosi nm+, 28 Friend (single print) nm, 29 F. Robinson nm-m, 38 Killebrew nm-m, 41 Gibson nm-m, 42 Stuart (SP) nm, 45 Causey (SP) nm, 47 Cisco (SP) ex-m 48 Yastrzemski nm, 50 B. Robinson nm, 57 Boyer nm and 60 Skowron (SP) nm. The three cards missing are #3, 11 and 49. This near set is nm to nm+ overall.
Winning Bid $248     


Lot 52.  1965 Topps Starter Set of 279 – 276 Different – Including 2 Carlton Rookies, Etc. This group also includes a duplicate of #134 Mantle’s Clutch HR and 150 B. Robinson. The Hall of Fame and star cards are: Leader cards #1-6 and 9-12, with #3 and 5 with Mantle vg-ex; 15 Roberts, 55 Conigliaro, 100 Boyer, 104 Checklist (unchecked), 130 Kaline vg+ to ex; World Series #132, 133, 134 Mantle’s Clutch HR (2) one nm and one vg-ex, 135 and 139; 145 Tiant rookie, 150 B. Robinson (2) one ex and one vg+ to ex, 153 Cash, 176 McCovey ex+, 189 Checklist (unchecked), 193 Perry, 251 Herman, 273 Checklist (unchecked), 380 Colavito, 389 Larsen, 443 Checklist (unchecked), 460 Allen, 475 Boyer, 477 Carlton rookie (2) one f-g and one f, 508 Checklist (unchecked), 513 Yankees team and 519 Uecker. These cards constitute almost one-half of the set 598. Seventy-five cards are numbered from 1-100; 68 from 101-200, 49 from 201-370; 64 from 370-500, and 21 from 501-598. This starter set averages vg-ex.
Winning Bid $225     


Lot 53.  148 Topps Cards – 73 1965, 75 1966 – Palmer Rookie, Stars, Leaders, Team Cards, Etc. The 1965 cards range from #1 to 560. Here is the list: League Leaders #1 A.L. Batting Leaders, 5 A.L. R.B.I. Leaders with Mantle vg-ex, 7 A.L. ERA Leaders, 8 N.L. ERA Leaders with Koufax and Drysdale, 9 A.L. Pitching Leaders and 11; 18, 19, 24, 28, 29, 37, 38, 39, 40, 47, 48, 53, 57, 59, 60, 62, 66-69, 74 Petrocelli rookie, 75, 76, 79 Checklist (unchecked; 61 is Cannizzaro); 80, 81, 83, 86, 91, 102, 104, 108,109, 111, 126, World Series #132 Cards Take Opener, 135 Boyer’s Grand-Slam, 136, 137 Bouton Wins Again and 138 Gibson Wins Finale; 150 B. Robinson vg, 151, 155 Maris f, 164, 172, 189, 201, 206, 209, 226, 234, 259, 267, 273, 293, 309, 316 Reds team, 331, 338, 361, 443 Checklist (unchecked), 473 Orioles rookies with Paul Blair and Dave Johnson, 481 Indians team, 508 Checklist (unchecked), 513 Yankees team, 551 Mets team (single print) and 560 Powell (single print). These 1965 cards vg to vg-ex overall. Among the 75 1966 cards are 20 from the second series and one from the third. The complete list follows: #2, 19, 21, 27, 34, 43, 45, 64, 67, 82, 90 Aparicio vg-ex, 103 Groat (with trade statement), 105, 107, 117, 123, 126 Palmer rookie vg-ex, 136, 139, 146-148, 154, 162, 166, 167, 172, 177, 183 Checklist (unchecked); 185, 186, 193, 209, League Leaders #216 A.L. Batting Leaders with Yaz, 217 N.L. Home Run Leaders with Mays, 220 A.L. R.B.I. Leaders and 224 A.L. Pitching Leaders; 238 Dodgers team, 247, 265, 278, 279 Checklist (unchecked), 291, 296, 302, 306, 322, 323, 328, 341, 342, 348 Orioles team, 352, 363, 372, 374, 377, 384, 394, 399, 403, 404 Pirates team (no dot variation), 408, 412, 414, 418, 423, 426 White Sox team, 427, 433, 439, 442, 443, 444 Checklist (unchecked; 456 is R. Sox Rookies) and 477. The 1966 cards average vg.
Winning Bid $138     


Lot 54.  210 Different 1966 Topps Baseball Including Mantle, Rose, Koufax, Jenkins Rookie, Etc. Fifty-six cards are numbered from 1-100; 59 from 101-200; 34 from 201-300; 14 from 301-370; 13 from 371-446; 20 from 447-522, and 14 from 523-598, including three single prints. Stars of this group are #28 Niekro vg-ex, 30 Rose p, 50 Mantle f, 60 Flood, 70 Yastrzemski vg, 72 Perez, 96 F. Alou, 99 Buc Belters, 100 Koufax ex, 116 Alston, 125 Brock ex+, 160 Ford vg, 195 Morgan ex-m, 200 Mathews vg-ex; League Leaders 220, 221 and 226; 238 Dodgers team; 254 Jenkins rookie, 275 McCarver, 320 Gibson, 390 B. Robinson g, 420 Marichal vg, 486 John and 510 Wilhelm. The other cards average g-vg to vg.
Winning Bid $225     




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