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Show us your BB card Uncut sheets, panels, etc.

August 9 2007 at 8:48 PM
Ted Zanidakis  (Login tedzan)

 
1949 Bowman 3rd Series complete sheet of 36 cards....with color printing errors.






TED Z


    
This message has been edited by tedzan on Aug 11, 2007 12:28 PM


 
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Scott
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Re: Show us your uncut sheets or panels

August 9 2007, 9:03 PM 

Do Kelloggs and Hostess count?





Scott

 
 
Anthony
(Login Griffins97)

Re: Show us your uncut sheets or panels

August 9 2007, 10:05 PM 

Here's a few of mine





and one done by Keith Conforti-
some Red Sox sport kings that never were, along with a bunch of other fantasy cards

 
 
Jason L
(no login)

WOW !!!!!

August 9 2007, 10:12 PM 

W O W !
Ted, Anthony, those are extremely cool.
I've never seen older uncut sheets like that.
amazing stuff.
and that 49 sheet has one of my bog guys in it (Campy!)...
thanks!

 
 

Paul S
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Show us your uncut sheets or panels

August 9 2007, 10:16 PM 

Ted,

I'm not sure because of the scan, but are those alot of the gray/slate backgrounds on the Bowman '49's? WOW, if so!!

 
 

Paul S
(Login p_spec)

Topps Stamps

August 9 2007, 11:13 PM 

These are about the only thing I have uncut...even as a Jew I'm circumsized!

 
 

Paul S
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Ohh...

August 9 2007, 11:14 PM 

and here's the scan (can't wait for the edit option to activate):


 
 
Marc S.
(Login schoenen)

A recent acquisition from a friend...

August 10 2007, 10:32 AM 




 
 
Anthony
(Login Griffins97)

Re: Show us your uncut sheets or panels

August 10 2007, 10:35 AM 

Does that make about a dozen of those Marc? Are they all different?

 
 
Ted Zanidakis
(Login tedzan)

PAUL S

August 10 2007, 10:38 AM 

All the cards that are not RED & BLUE backgrounds are SLATE's. There are 17 of them.
In the VCBC magazine, some years back, I wrote an article on the 1949 Bowman color
errors. Did you get a chance to read it ? I list all the SLATE cards that can be possibly
found in this set. Most of them are the tough Hi#s (#145 - 240 and the 12 variations).

TED Z

 
 
Ted Zanidakis
(Login tedzan)

1948 Bowman Low/High #s sheet

August 10 2007, 10:40 AM 




TED Z

 
 

Paul S
(Login p_spec)

Slate 49s

August 10 2007, 10:59 AM 

Ted, I was out of collecting for very many years until just a few months ago when I registered on NT54, so I'm not aware of your article. Will see if it's available anywhere. I did post my only slate one yesterday on this forum (Schoendienst), and about a month ago or so on the pre-war, where you commented that you'd hadn't seen it before.
Stuff on here is just amazing to me.
- Paul

 
 
Marc S.
(Login schoenen)

Anthony

August 10 2007, 11:32 AM 

I think it is less than a dozen at this point. I do have a double of one of the panels -- surprisingly, it came from the same seller on Ebay in a single lot about five years ago. Just weird to see two carbon copies of the panel from the same guy in the same auction, especially given how hard the actual panels are to find.

The cool thing about the panel I showed above is that it is the second one I have now that features two Hall of Famers on the same panel. It is possible that there is a third panel that has two Hall of Famers (Kaline and Campanella), but I have not confirmed such a panel to exist.

Unfortunately, there is so little information known about these, that I usually just defer to myself in defining population / panels / singles

~ms

 
 
Ted Zanidakis
(Login tedzan)

1949 Bowman 4th series complete sheet

August 10 2007, 11:58 AM 




TED Z

 
 
Anthony
(Login Griffins97)

Re: Show us your uncut sheets or panels

August 10 2007, 12:01 PM 

Ted, the color on that one is amazing! Do you have the entire set uncut?

 
 
Ted Zanidakis
(Login tedzan)

Anthony

August 10 2007, 3:23 PM 

I wish I did....I have three of the 7 sheets and I know of the 2nd (cards #37 - 72) and the 6th (#181 - 216) sheets.

I have never seen the 5th (#145 - 180)......the toughest group of cards in this 1949 set.

And, I have a "simulated" 7th sheet arrangement that includes 8 (of the 12) variations. Therefore, the placement of
32 of the 36 cards are confirmed on this sheet.

If I can find my photo of this simulated arrangement I'll post it.

TED Z

 
 

Dave Hornish
(Login dsh46)

Re: Show us your uncut sheets or panels

August 10 2007, 4:52 PM 

This is from the original Sevchuk find that was used to reconstruct the low # sheets in Baseball Cards magazine about 25 years ago. One of the best pieces in my collection:


 
 
Ted Zanidakis
(Login tedzan)

1959 Fleer panel with #68

August 10 2007, 10:15 PM 

Partial uncut panel with the very scarce #68 card...."Ted signs for 1959".



TED Z

 
 

leon
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Network 54 Moderator

here's one

August 10 2007, 10:23 PM 


 
 
Anthony
(Login Griffins97)

Re: Show us your uncut sheets or panels

August 10 2007, 11:43 PM 

Egad! Leon owns cards manufactured after Roosevelt was president? Teddy Roosevelt?

Here's a '71 high number sheet


and a '66 panel with Koufax

 
 
 
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