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Old 11-29-2017, 07:50 PM
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Picked these up the other day. I really like these Dexter Press Postcards. Maybe I am missing something but why aren't they more popular? Thought I would start a thread for post war postcards. Let's see what everyone has.
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Old 11-30-2017, 12:52 PM
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There are lots of underappreciated postcards. At least that keeps the price down for the rest of us.

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A quick flashback there! Grew-up not too far away from the stadium in Denver and started going to Bears games in the late-70's when I was a little league player. Went to games regularly through the early 80's, even with the name change to the Zephyrs and then lost track a few years later. Then the Rockies came in and the Zephyrs shipped out.....

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My favorite postcards have to be Dormand.




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Those are really nice Dormands. The Mantle is really nice.
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Cool thread! Here's a few of mine...
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665232D9-4109-4953-8E3C-AEF03C355E0E.jpg. 1961 Ford Detroit Tigers postcards
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Those 61 Tigers Ford postcards are really cool. Occasionally they will show up with the signatures on them. Thanks for showing them!!
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Those 61 Tigers Ford postcards are really cool. Occasionally they will show up with the signatures on them. Thanks for showing them!!
Thanks. Some of the postcards are hard to find. It seems the same ones (Osborne, Boris) surface up. I like them because of the vehicles in the back ground. I asked Terry Fox how this set came about. He said the photos were taken in spring training and they just grabbed a bunch of players to take photos of. Curious why Kaline, Cash wasn’t in this set.
Also, I hit a typo, this set is from 1962.
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Tigersjim

I thought I had a couple of these 1962 Tigers Ford motor postcards laying around and your post motivated me to find and post them. Any idea if there is a checklist for this issue?
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Always liked this one.
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This is from the Don Drysdale Dugout in Santa Ana. Never ate there but glad I snagged the postcard!!
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I thought I had a couple of these 1962 Tigers Ford motor postcards laying around and your post motivated me to find and post them. Any idea if there is a checklist for this issue?
Mike, this is a 16 card set. Hank Aguirre, Steve Boros, Dick Brown, Jim Bunning, Phil Cavarretta, Rocky Colavito, Terry Fox, Purnal Goldy, Jack Homel, Ron Kline, Don Mossi, George Myatt, Ron Nishwitz, Larry Osborne, Phil Regan, Mike Roarke,
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Koufax:







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A toughie: 1946 Sears:



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Thanks, Adam, for sharing your postcard beauties. The Sandy Koufax Tropicana Motel card is a honey; really, many of them are! Nice "rare" smile on Mr. Gibson, taken at Wrigley Field.

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Jim: thanks for the checklist. I will have to keep my eyes open and try and complete that set.
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I believe this is from the 1976 team issued postcard set. It is the same photo on Reggies 76 Topps AL All Star card.
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I believe this is from the 1976 team issued postcard set. It is the same photo on Reggies 76 Topps AL All Star card.
Which card is that? Can you post a pic?
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Very scarce 1948 Gunther Beer PC:
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Bad info on that 76 Jackson Topps card. Earlier someone sent me a "card that never was" and used the photo from that postcard and photoshopped a 76 card. I believe his actual 76 topps card has him in an A's uniform.
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just another reason why I like Net54. I never heard of Dormand postcards but after seeing the photo quality I had to Google the name which led me to further research.
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My uncle grew up and played high school sports with Tommy John in Terre Haute, IN. My uncle knew I liked baseball cards as a youngster and they were nice enough to get together and have TJ send this postcard. Yes, I went by Danny back then!
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It's funny, in another thread we talked about how a highly illegible autograph was Tommy John, and I bemoaned the fact he no longer signs his name where you can actually read it. Your postcard should have been exhibit A. It's really cool you have that.
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Found this one today and thought it was pretty cool.
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Here's the back.
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The first card showing showing Johnny Bench.

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1967 Cincinnati Reds Team Issue Postcard. This is the first card listed in the Bench Master Set. It offers a black-and-white shot of a young Bench with a facsimile autograph in blue and the team name in red below it. Hollinden believes these were sold at the stadium and at the local Reds gift shop. His PSA EX-MT 6 is the only graded example.

"I can't imagine there are a lot of these because Bench didn't get called up until the middle of the summer [August]," said Hollinden. "I'm not sure when they produced them, but I have to think that it wasn't until he came up.

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Man, “almost” makes a person want to become a Reds fan! The Reds team issues, Jays, etc for the Reds are some of the nicest items I’ve seen. That Bench pictured is one of my favorites; the design and photo are top notch. Also, the JDM postcard of Rose is such a cool item.
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A few of my Mets, including a '67 Seaver rookie
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That's cool how the 1969 Reds Team Issue Johnny Bench comes in two variations. I like those a lot man.
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Picked up this one today. Probably over paid for it but I thought it was pretty cool.
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Picked these up the other day. I really like these Dexter Press Postcards. Maybe I am missing something but why aren't they more popular? Thought I would start a thread for post war postcards. Let's see what everyone has.
Hi Mike,

Thank you for starting this thread.

The Dexter Press Set is a great set of postcards, lots of stars and HOFers, each teams has several cards in the set, high gloss and wonderful color photography. There's a couple hundred + in the complete set, occasionally you can still find complete sets for sale.

One reason I think these cards aren't more popular is the problem with storing or displaying the cards. The problem with these cards is the high gloss finish, unfortunately they have a tendency to stick together if stored front to front and they will also stick to the four pocket plastic sheets if stored for a long period of time.

Otherwise I think they and the Dormand Set are the nicest looking sets of color player postcards and each can be collected at a reasonable price. Good luck with the collection.
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A few of mine.
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I collected Orioles team-issued postcards from the early 60s until about 1985 or so. They made a set available every year and them updated them as the season went along. It was a fun chase.

I also collect random JD McCarthy postcards and have some assorted ones in my Billy Pierce player collection. The Mack Jones card came from Jarry Park in 1969. Jim Palmer is inscribed to my son Brooks.

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A few more... McCarthys, Orioles, etc.

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Picked this one up on Saturday. Love those Dexter Press postcard size cards.
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I am just starting to get into the team issue/postcard world. Here are the first few that I have picked up.









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Here are some Mel Bailey and maybe a couple of Ed Broder photo postcards.


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I love postwar baseball postcards. Here are some from my collection.
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And some more - the first one is a very rare postcard of Busch (aka Buffalo) Stadium in Houston circa 1955. Home of the Houston Buffaloes of the Texas League.
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