Sunday, July 31, 2011

1962 Post Cereal


The 1962 Post baseball card set consist of 200 cards that measure approximately 2 1/2" x 3 1/2". Cards are hand cut from the back of boxes of Post Cereal. The horizontally designed cards are grouped numerically by team
Chicago Cubs (182-191)

182 Ed Bouchee
183 Don Zimmer
184 Ron Santo
185 Andre Rodgers
186 Richie Ashburn
187 George Altman
188 Ernie Banks
189 Sam Taylor
190 Don Elston
191 Jerry Kindall

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Friday, July 29, 2011

1959 Topps reverse side

Very little about card backs are ever discussed, but the reverse side can be very interesting. They complete a picture by providing information that people might not know.

In the 1950s and 1960s the cards were a wealth of info. Fun, funny and useful facts with trivia about all aspects of baseball.

The cartoons on the back appealed to kids and adults alike. Some included quizzes about baseball history or baseball rules.

So today I will start a new chapter in looking at the reverse side of the 1950s and 1960s Cubs baseball cards hope you enjoy them as much as I do

Sorry I had to watermark the photos but there is a blog out there that steals my ideas and steals all my photos

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

1958 Topps reverse side

Very little about card backs are ever discussed, but the reverse side can be very interesting. They complete a picture by providing information that people might not know.

In the 1950s and 1960s the cards were a wealth of info. Fun, funny and useful facts with trivia about all aspects of baseball.

The cartoons on the back appealed to kids and adults alike. Some included quizzes about baseball history or baseball rules.

So today I will start a new chapter in looking at the reverse side of the 1950s and 1960s Cubs baseball cards hope you enjoy them as much as I do

Sorry I had to watermark the photos but there is a blog out there that steals my ideas and steals all my photos
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