Lot 166. 3 1909-11 T51 “College Series” Cards with Football Scenes. The artwork is different on the front of each card. The cards for Tufts College and the University of North Dakota are from Series 26-50. The North Dakota card has light-to-moderate paper loss on the back that has only a minor effect on the type; the front is vg-ex. The Tufts card is vg-ex with a small stain on the back. The Buchtel College originates in Series 101-125. Vg-ex.
Winning Bid $20
Lot 167. 8 Rare 1974 WTAE Radio Pittsburgh Steelers Cards – One Unchecklisted. These 8” x 10” cards are from a set of 14. Each has a posed photo of Steelers player on the front. The back provides information on the player and encourages collectors to “Follow the Steelers on 1250/WTAE” radio. This group includes Bruce Van Dyke, who does not appear on any checklist we’ve found. The other players are Frenchy Fuqua, Roy Gerela, Joe Gilliam, Terry Hanratty, Ray Mansfield, Ron Shanklin and Mike Wagner. Vg-ex to ex overall.
Winning Bid $55
Lot 169. 1983 Topps Football Set of 396. Key cards are #4 Montana, 33 McMahon rookie, 36 Payton, 38 Singletary rookie, 169 Montana ex-m+ and 294 Marcus Allen rookie nm-m. This set is nm to nm-m overall.
Winning Bid $15
Lot 171. 7 Scarce 1986 Heisman 8” x 10” Cards Featuring Brownell Sketches. These cards were issued initially as part of a promotion. They contain drawings by Art Brownell and brief information on the Heisman Trophy winner. The subjects of these cards are Davey O’Brien, 1938 winner; Nile Kinnick, 1939; Tom Harmon, 1940; Bruce Smith, 1941; Alan Ameche, 1954; Ernie Davis, 1961, and Bo Jackson, 1985. The Jackson card is ex, and the Davis and Harmon cards, vg+ to ex. The others are ex-m to nm.
Winning Bid $68
Lot 172. 1994 “Los Angeles Times” Set of 32 LA Rams Oversized Cards. Printed in color on 5.5” x 8.5” thin semi-gloss paper, these cards were inserted into the weekend edition of the newspaper. The set include Shane Conlan, Jerome Bettis, Flipper Anderson, and Bettis posed with Sean Gilbert. Nm to nm-m. Seven duplicates are included for a total of 39 cards. Each card has the Rams’ 1994 schedule on the back, along with information on the player’s career.
Winning Bid $10
Lot 173. 9 Baseball or Football Stadium Postcards. All are color chromes with baseball stadiums unless otherwise noted. Four have scalloped edges and are approximately 4” x 6”: Anaheim Stadium nm+, Milwaukee County Stadium m, San Diego Stadium (football) m and Yankee Stadium m. Two more with scalloped edges are slightly larger, about 4 ¼” x 6”: Shea Municipal Stadium nm+ and Tiger Stadium m. Candlestick Park, “Home of the San Francisco Giants,” ex and Kansas City Royals Stadium ex are shown in standard-sized postcards. The Truman Sports Complex, with separate stadiums for the Royals and Kansas City Chiefs, is the subject of a 4” x 5 ¾” postcard, ex-m.
Winning Bid $10