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Old 11-28-2015, 01:50 AM
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Howdy, podnah. I don't know if this sort of Yaz would interest you, but you may wish to consider the fantasy card that former Sports Collectors Digest editor and publisher Bob Lemke crafted earlier this year. He made a fantasy 1961 Post Cereal Yaz.

If you're interested, I will say the scan he posted of it on Net54 postwar board was brilliant, and well worth the small amount of money you will pay for it. Bob offered the six different 1961 Post Cereal cards he did as a typical backside of box sheet of 6, with Yaz, Frank Howard, Sandy Koufax, Jackie Jenson, and Jim Kaat. I forget the sixth player, but he puts a lot of thought and tender loving care into each of his creations.

With a Bob Lemke fantasy card, it's not about how much they're going to appreciate in value; rather, it's about how much you are going to appreciate the card, and being entertained and enraptured by its beauty with owning one in your collection for just a few bucks.

Perhaps someone on here can help you find the thread from earlier this past spring, and help you locate Mr. Lemke. That is, of course, if a fantasy card of Yaz would push your "gotta have it" button. If not, no big deal.

Kind regards, Brian Powell

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Old 11-29-2015, 01:57 PM
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Don't think this one is that unusual, but I still like it.
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Almost forgot to post the back of the card.
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Old 11-29-2015, 06:13 PM
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I'm not sure you guys are interested in non cards, but here's a pic w/Brooks and Yaz.
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'67 Yaz has always been a favorite of mine.

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That's a great 67 Topps!

Huge mail day today, courtesy of some Christmas generosity by my friend Casey. Here are a couple of the new additions.



This is a big one. With this card filling a gap, I'm now done with the 1960-70 portion of the basic set!




Love the discs, especially when they're minty and in one of these fitted slabs.
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A few fav's
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Old 12-11-2015, 07:43 PM
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Wow Michael, you've got some truly awesome stuff!!
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Old 12-11-2015, 08:29 PM
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Wow Michael, you've got some truly awesome stuff!!
Thank you Dan. Ditto to your stuff.

Here are a few more.

I know a photo but it perfectly combines prewar Red Sox with Postwar Red Sox. All 3 were great Of's for the Sox. Yaz looks great in this photo (1962) with Harry and Duffy.

And in honor of that great triple crown season, his 67 card.

And last but not least (for me), the signed photo is very near and dear to me. It was signed for me at the greater Boston sportsman show in Nov, 1967 and Yaz was on top of the world. I was 7 years old and my Uncle (along with my Dad) arranged for me to meet him backstage. I was a lucky kid in that my Uncle knew Yaz very well as they went to school (Merimack) and palled around together so he got me backstage and it was just me, Dad and my Uncle. We chatted for 20 minutes. You will notice the photo is torn because in a fit of anger one year after it was signed, I tore it in half. Very misguided but almost 50 years later, it is a great reminder of my youth and love for the Red Sox.
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Old 12-12-2015, 04:36 PM
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Michael S, what are those little stamps that look like 1976 and 1977 Topps cards? I see you've got 1973 and 1981 too. What are they?

Paul

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