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Mark70Z 01-01-2015 12:22 PM

1971 World Series
 
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Was organizing stuff/junk today and I ran across a couple of '71 WS items and since I'm not tech savvy I didn't know how to send a pic to an individual so I figured why not a thread.

Seeing if Mike (71Buc) has the following items and if so hopefully he has a better example of the '71 scorecard; would love to see it. I think the O's used the '71 parking pass for both the AL Championship and the WS itself, but not positive. The '71 Working Pass is not in the best shape either, but it's all I have...

1963Topps Set 01-01-2015 01:13 PM

Why did Powell cut that ball off?????......

Mark 01-01-2015 02:40 PM

cutoff
 
I think that Stargell beats the throw anyway. He was already into his slide.

71buc 01-01-2015 03:24 PM

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I love the "stuff/junk" you posted. I would be interested if you are looking to sell or trade it PM me please. Your Baltimore media pass is obviously unused and is the first blue version I have seen. For some reason 1971 World Series Baltimore "stuff/junk" is tougher to come by. Its probably because Boog cut off that throw:D

Below I posted a picture of all of my Press Passes from the 1971Post season. As you can see my Baltimore press pass is green and was used. Game two was rained out. I know it sounds stupid but I love that my pass shows evidence of rain drop stains.

As requested I posted my Baltimore Game 7 score card. I picked it up with this group of tickets from the Baltimore games. I think the notes written on the reverse of the stubs are cool. Although they serve to devalue the stubs, in my opinion the notes make them far more interesting. Lastly, since you are a Brooks fan I attached an original color photo of Stargell and Robinson taken in Baltimore during the series. As you can see the cool guy with the shades on is wearing an orange press pass I have yet to see one anywhere else. Thanks for indulging me. I'm going stop now before I begin to ramble:o

ooo-ribay 01-01-2015 04:04 PM

Mike- I'm sure you know the Giants version of the NLCS program is perhaps the toughest modern era postseason program out there. Nothing differentiates it from the regular season program except the updated (Sept 30?) player stats.

71buc 01-01-2015 04:15 PM

I don't have that one in my collection. I just can't justify the $500.00 price tag. SF Ticket stubs from that series are just as scarce and pricey.

Mark70Z 01-01-2015 05:18 PM

1971 Orioles WS
 
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Originally Posted by 71buc (Post 1361156)
I love the "stuff/junk" you posted. I would be interested if you are looking to sell or trade it PM me please. Your Baltimore media pass is obviously unused and is the first blue version I have seen. For some reason 1971 World Series Baltimore "stuff/junk" is tougher to come by. Its probably because Boog cut off that throw:D

Below I posted a picture of all of my Press Passes from the 1971Post season. As you can see my Baltimore press pass is green and was used. Game two was rained out. I know it sounds stupid but I love that my pass shows evidence of rain drop stains.

As requested I posted my Baltimore Game 7 score card. I picked it up with this group of tickets from the Baltimore games. I think the notes written on the reverse of the stubs are cool. Although they serve to devalue the stubs, in my opinion the notes make them far more interesting. Lastly, since you are a Brooks fan I attached an original color photo of Stargell and Robinson taken in Baltimore during the series. As you can see the cool guy with the shades on is wearing an orange press pass I have yet to see one anywhere else. Thanks for indulging me. I'm going stop now before I begin to ramble:o

I thought of you collection when I was organizing and noticed some of the '71 WS items. The Orioles media pass is a washed out kinda faded looking blue and not really as bright as the picture taken of the item would portray. So, how many versions of the Orioles pass are there? We know there is blue, green and now I see there is an orange version seen in the Brooks/Stargell photo (which is a very cool pic by the way). Thanks for posting the photo of the passes; some I've never seen before.

Well, I'm probably somewhat like you in that I like things like the water stains on the pass, since the game was rained out, and the notations on the back of the WS tickets. Like you said it may somewhat devalue the item, but I'm personally not looking too much for perfect condition on something like a ticket or a media pass.

Do you have the scorecard that I pictured; the one in the middle? Mine is kinda rough and someone listed the players names inside, but did not score. Thanks for posting the game 7 scorecard!

Oh; and ramble on...:D

Mark70Z 01-01-2015 05:21 PM

Giants
 
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Originally Posted by ooo-ribay (Post 1361174)
Mike- I'm sure you know the Giants version of the NLCS program is perhaps the toughest modern era postseason program out there. Nothing differentiates it from the regular season program except the updated (Sept 30?) player stats.

Rob,

Do you have an example; would love to see it. Also, since you are a Giants fan do you have any items related to the NLCS for '71?

71buc 01-01-2015 06:45 PM

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I don't have the scorecard you posted and I really have no idea how many colors there are for the Baltimore press passes. Although the 1971 series would be considered modern there is actually very little out there. This is especially true for the NLCS and the ALCS. NLCS stubs are available for Pittsburgh and Baltimore ALCS stubs are available for less than 50.00. However, stubs from the games played in San Francisco and Oakland are very difficult. My San Francisco stubs pictured below sell for 150.00 each if you can find them. I have yet to see the Oakland ALCS stubs for sale. Perhaps a member here has one? I would love to see a 1971 World Series Oriole Pinback as well as I have never seen one of those either. In case Rob doesn't have an example of the NLCS program there are two currently on eBay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-San-Fra...item2a49f8dacd The only other NLCS item I have other than the press passes is this paper celebrating the Pirates NLCS victory.

Mark70Z 01-01-2015 08:05 PM

Pinback
 
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Originally Posted by 71buc (Post 1361269)
I would love to see a 1971 World Series Oriole Pinback as well as I have never seen one of those either.

Are you talking about a button/pinback with a ribbon or something else? I'm sure you've seen the press pins. Do you collect those as well from the '71 Series? Man you wouldn't think there would be so many items associated with one WS, but I guess it could be an almost limitless search.

One more item, sorta off topic, do you happen to have the kinda generic poster of Pegan sliding into third with Brooks tagging him and the umpire calling him out (Brooks' back to the photographer)? To me such a cool poster!

Do you have your items displayed; if so, would love to view.

1963Topps Set 01-01-2015 08:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Mark (Post 1361141)
I think that Stargell beats the throw anyway. He was already into his slide.

But we'll NEVER know!

71buc 01-01-2015 08:52 PM

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I was referring to an Oriole pinback similar to the ones I posted below. I do have that Pagan item as well as both 1971 World Series Press pins. I don't have my collection displayed. However, my son just moved out so it may be a possibility in the near future provided my wife hasn't claimed or made plans for that space already.

Mark70Z 01-01-2015 10:12 PM

1971 Orioles
 
I know I have some O's buttons, just not sure if I have an O's example similar to the Pirates example (I don't recall one). If I wasn't so disorganized and had all of my pins/buttons, etc. together I could let you know. I guess I'll be looking as I'm currently trying to organize. I really should scan or take pictures as I go...probably wont though.

So on the press pins do you have the tie clasp, cuff links, and I think there's a possible charm of the '71 teams?

The Pegan/Robinson poster is one of my favs. When I watch the '71 Series I look at so many chances the O's had to win the Series (let the ball go through Booooog!). See, if the O's would have won, you'd likely be collecting something completely different.

You have some awesome items; you really should display.

ooo-ribay 01-02-2015 02:47 PM

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Originally Posted by 71buc (Post 1361269)
I don't have the scorecard you posted and I really have no idea how many colors there are for the Baltimore press passes. Although the 1971 series would be considered modern there is actually very little out there. This is especially true for the NLCS and the ALCS. NLCS stubs are available for Pittsburgh and Baltimore ALCS stubs are available for less than 50.00. However, stubs from the games played in San Francisco and Oakland are very difficult. My San Francisco stubs pictured below sell for 150.00 each if you can find them. I have yet to see the Oakland ALCS stubs for sale. Perhaps a member here has one? I would love to see a 1971 World Series Oriole Pinback as well as I have never seen one of those either. In case Rob doesn't have an example of the NLCS program there are two currently on eBay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-San-Fra...item2a49f8dacd The only other NLCS item I have other than the press passes is this paper celebrating the Pirates NLCS victory.

That is a crazy price....and you'll have to take his word that the center scorecard is "right." If I was really out, beating the bushes, this is something I might steal from someone who thought it was just a generic program. I really should start emailing anyone I see selling a "1971 Giants program"...

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Originally Posted by 71buc (Post 1361329)
I was referring to an Oriole pinback similar to the ones I posted below. I do have that Pagan item as well as both 1971 World Series Press pins. I don't have my collection displayed. However, my son just moved out so it may be a possibility in the near future provided my wife hasn't claimed or made plans for that space already.

My bet is on a "crafts room." :p

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Originally Posted by Mark70Z (Post 1361240)
Rob,

Do you have an example; would love to see it. Also, since you are a Giants fan do you have any items related to the NLCS for '71?

I don't have one. As Mike said, they are ridiculously expensive and all you're paying for is the standard program (shown) with "Averages as of Sept. 30" printed on the left sides of the center scorecards. Nice shot of Mays and Bonds, Sr. going up against the good ol' Candlestick chainlink. I just researched the program I have and it was a 1-0 complete game by Marichal vs. that team from down south :D. I also noticed the Giants played five sub-two hour games that year.

I only have a few 1971 postseason items. You see, the Giants lost. *%$@!* Bob Robertson. Compare the price of a lower reserved WS ticket to today's prices. :eek:

Mark70Z 01-04-2015 04:57 PM

Rob,

Thanks so much for posting those. That program you posted is really cool (love the picture on the front) and I just can't see paying the dough for an NLCS one...

ibuysportsephemera 02-08-2015 02:05 PM

I think these are Rare?
 
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The actual Press Package given to the media for the World Series. It has a large Orioles Guide and a smaller Pirate Guide. Also included are 3 unused scorecards, Orioles Media Package and other paper. Haven't seen many of these, so I think that they are pretty rare? Any input?

Thanks,

Jeff

hcv123 02-09-2015 08:10 AM

Nice items Jeff!
 
I don't recall having seen either of them before. Pretty neat items. Thanks for sharing. I do have a copy of that 71 scorecard somewhere. Probably some other 71 series related items. Happy collecting!

ibuysportsephemera 02-09-2015 09:23 AM

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Originally Posted by hcv123 (Post 1377849)
I don't recall having seen either of them before. Pretty neat items. Thanks for sharing. I do have a copy of that 71 scorecard somewhere. Probably some other 71 series related items. Happy collecting!

Thanks Howard...hoping some of the previous posters give their opinions about scarcity.

Regards,

Jeff

71buc 02-09-2015 10:07 AM

Jeff, Neither of them show up very often. I have seen both the Pirate and Oriole media guides for sale. The oriole one shows up more often than the Pirate version. In my opinion both are harder to find than the 1971 San Francisco NLCS program which is an expensive item. Nonetheless I have seen both media guides sell individually for between $60.00-$100.00. I have never seen them listed together and the inserts you posted are the first I have ever seen. Very nice collection you have there. On a separate note the 1971 Oriole World Series button I have been searching for finally surfaced on eBay. It also came with the Baltimore pennant. It went for $16.00. I forgot to bid:mad:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-World-S...vip=true&rt=nc

ibuysportsephemera 02-09-2015 11:38 AM

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Originally Posted by 71buc (Post 1377892)
Jeff, Neither of them show up very often. I have seen both the Pirate and Oriole media guides for sale. The oriole one shows up more often than the Pirate version. In my opinion both are harder to find than the 1971 San Francisco NLCS program which is an expensive item. Nonetheless I have seen both media guides sell individually for between $60.00-$100.00. I have never seen them listed together and the inserts you posted are the first I have ever seen. Very nice collection you have there. On a separate note the 1971 Oriole World Series button I have been searching for finally surfaced on eBay. It also came with the Baltimore pennant. It went for $16.00. I forgot to bid:mad:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-World-Series-Baltimore-orioles-Team-Photo-Pennant-Full-Size-/391030856313?ssPageName=STRK%3AMESINDXX%3AIT&_trks id=p2047675.l2557&nma=true&si=nxO6hUa80uk2FmYIsYG4 lFBdUvA%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

Yikes Mike...even with the condition issues, someone got a great deal. Thanks for the input. I am going to send you a PM.

Jeff

Mark70Z 08-01-2015 10:59 AM

1971 ws
 
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Found an interesting snap shot picture of Brooks from the '71 WS. He's w/A. Daley NY Times.

ksfarmboy 08-01-2015 12:12 PM

Mark, great Brooks photo. My favorite player too. On a side note if anybody finds that Orioles bullpen cart I want it.😄.

ooo-ribay 08-25-2015 04:08 PM

Hey 71buc Mike-

Did you see the Pirates pin on Page 6 of Carlton's National photos?

Rob

ooo-ribay 08-29-2015 12:52 PM

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Hey 71buc Mike-

Did you see the Pirates pin on Page 6 of Carlton's National photos?

Rob

this one:

71buc 08-29-2015 02:41 PM

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Thanks Rob I actually have one of those. I believe it is actually a 1979 pin. I picked up this one on eBay the other day. Although there is no way to tie this to the 1971 Bucs I couldn't resist. Toys with knives... times certainly have changed. Perhaps it was necessary to arm young Pirate fans for protection from unruly thuggish Giant fans of that era.

ooo-ribay 08-29-2015 04:49 PM

^^^ we were discussung the crazy stuff they used to hang on PM-10's, back in the day. Someone brought up how they used to take a rifle to school for shooting class.

71buc 08-29-2015 05:42 PM

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^^^ we were discussung the crazy stuff they used to hang on PM-10's, back in the day. Someone brought up how they used to take a rifle to school for shooting class.

Truly frightening considering the world our kids live in today.

hardware303 10-09-2015 12:54 PM

1971 WS Ticket Stubs
 
If anyone out there was the winner of this lot from Legendary's February auction and is willing to sell a couple of the stubs, please let me know. I'm specifically interested in the Ground Level Box variation of the 1971 WS stubs in Baltimore.

http://www.legendaryauctions.com/197...lot169856.aspx

Obviously I don't post very often, but I've done deals with many of the ticket collectors on the board (and this thread), and I'm happy to provide references if that helps.

Any help would be appreciated - if anyone has these variations, I'd be interested. It doesn't have to be the specific ones from the auction. Thanks!

Hardy

Scott Garner 10-10-2015 01:35 AM

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Originally Posted by hardware303 (Post 1460043)
If anyone out there was the winner of this lot from Legendary's February auction and is willing to sell a couple of the stubs, please let me know. I'm specifically interested in the Ground Level Box variation of the 1971 WS stubs in Baltimore.

http://www.legendaryauctions.com/197...lot169856.aspx

Obviously I don't post very often, but I've done deals with many of the ticket collectors on the board (and this thread), and I'm happy to provide references if that helps.

Any help would be appreciated - if anyone has these variations, I'd be interested. It doesn't have to be the specific ones from the auction. Thanks!

Hardy

I can attest to Hardy being a quality guy and a true collector chasing a terrific theme! Help him out! :)

Jcfowler6 10-24-2015 02:53 PM

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hardware303 02-17-2017 01:35 PM

1971 World Series Tickets - BAL Ground Level Box
 
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I'm trying to fill in a few conspicuous gaps in my 1971 WS collection on the Baltimore side and still looking for 1971 World Series tickets or stubs for the games at Baltimore - specifically the Ground Level Box variation. There were a few in Legendary's February 2015 auction that haven't surfaced anywhere that I've seen yet.

Obviously I don't post very often, but I've done deals with many of the ticket collectors on the board (and this thread), and I'm happy to provide references if that helps.

Any help would be appreciated - if anyone has these variations, I'd be interested. It doesn't have to be the specific ones from the auction. Thanks!

Hardy

71buc 02-19-2017 02:00 AM

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Hardy Good Luck on your hunt for those tickets.

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Originally Posted by Mark70Z (Post 1361311)
Are you talking about a button/pinback with a ribbon or something else?

Mark, I finally added the Baltimore version to my collection.

Mark70Z 02-19-2017 11:53 AM

'71 ws
 
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Originally Posted by 71buc (Post 1632910)
Mark, I finally added the Baltimore version to my collection.

Mike,

Congrats on picking up the '71 O's version of the pin. I don't think I've seen another one. Must be a toughie.

ooo-ribay 02-19-2017 04:25 PM

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Mike,

Congrats on picking up the '71 O's version of the pin. I don't think I've seen another one. Must be a toughie.

Another toughie, of the NL team not to get there... :mad:

71buc 02-20-2017 10:11 AM

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Another toughie, of the NL team not to get there... :mad:

Rob, Let me help you with that disappointment by taking that painful reminder of Bob Robertson's prowess off your hands. Is it for sale?;)

ooo-ribay 02-21-2017 02:55 PM

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Originally Posted by 71buc (Post 1633310)
Rob, Let me help you with that disappointment by taking that painful reminder of Bob Robertson's prowess off your hands. Is it for sale?;)

It's not mine, Mike. It belongs to a buddy. The only one I've ever seen.

hardware303 03-10-2019 08:30 AM

1971 WS Ticket Variations
 
Injecting life back into this 1971 WS thread and checking again to see if anyone out there has any of the following tickets or stubs (even if not for sale, it would be cool to see them):

Ground Level Box seats in Baltimore
Obstructed View seats in Baltimore
Standing Room Only in Pittsburgh

I'm trying to fill in a few conspicuous gaps in my 1971 WS collection on the Baltimore side and still looking for 1971 World Series tickets or stubs for the games at Baltimore - specifically the Ground Level Box variation. There were a few in Legendary's February 2015 auction that haven't surfaced anywhere that I've seen yet.

Obviously I don't post very often, but I've done deals with many of the ticket collectors on the board (and this thread), and I'm happy to provide references if that helps.

Any help would be appreciated - if anyone has these variations, I'd be interested. It doesn't have to be the specific ones from the auction. Thanks!

roarfrom34 03-10-2019 11:07 AM

I take it that this a version you own?

https://i.imgur.com/BD0yFyp.jpg

hardware303 03-10-2019 11:55 AM

1971 WS Ticket Variations
 
PM sent - thanks for the response!


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