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1964 Philadelphia Phillies Collection with (16) Autographed Topps Cards & World Series Phantom Ticket Block

Lot Number 698

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The 1964 Philadelphia Phillies season is infamous for traumatizing hometown fans with a horrendous September swoon known as "The Phold". While the Phils just missed out on a trip to the World Series by one game, they did provide their diehard rooters plenty to cheer about throughout a very exciting campaign. Dick Allen was selected NL Rookie of the Year, Johnny Callison was the All-Star MVP, Jim Bunning delivered a perfect game performance on Father's Day and budding star Rick Wise showed plenty of promise. Keep the Phaith with this 1964 Phillies collection of autographed trading cards, newspaper cutout cards, phantom World Series tickets and more.


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(16) Autographed 1964 Topps baseball cards ranging (VG to EX) unless noted, with signatures averaging ("8-9") potency: (2) #43 Roy Sievers, #104 Art Mahaffey, (2) #135 Johnny Callison, (2) #157 Gene Mauch, #173 Ryne Duren, #187 Ed Roebuck, #191 Clay Dalrymple, #208 Wes Covington, #243 "Rookie Stars" dual-signed by Dick Allen and John Herrnstein (small bit of surface loss on the reverse side), #319 Paul Brown, #347 Bobby Wine, #396 Dennis Bennett, #464 Dallas Green


(14) 1964 Bulletin "Phillies Album" handcut 5x8 newspaper art image cards by Jim Ponder in better to excellent condition: #1 Gene Mauch, #3 Ruben Amaro, #4 Jack Baldschun, #5 Dennis Bennett, #6 John Boozer, #7 Jim Bunning, #8 Johnny Briggs, #9 Johnny Callison, #10 Danny Cater, #11 Wes Covington, #12 Ray Culp, #15 John Herrnstein, #16 Alex Johnson, #17 Art Mahaffey


Block of (4) 1964 World Series phantom tickets, fairly pleasing with bright, glossy obverse, however the top ticket is creased at the right corner and there are a couple of tape stains on the reverse


1964 Phillies "Third Edition" yearbook (VG-EX)


10/4/64 Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper comics section with Phillies team photo (VG)


Also present is a 1965 Topps card #324 (VG-EX+) signed by Bobby Locke ("9")



 
 
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