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1962 Salada Baseball Coin Collection with (5) Team Sets in Shield Displays & (18) Loose Including Mantle

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Tea time takes on a manly connotation with this 1962 Salada baseball coin collection. These vintage discs are adorned with classic portrait images of the period's top player, including all-time greats Willie Mays and Mickey. A total of (67) discs are noted, with (49) mounted in green plastic team display shields, and condition ranges as (50% EX to NM, 40% VG to VG-EX, 10% lesser).

Featured are

San Francisco Giants team set (10/10) in shield display with Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Orlando Cepeda, Felipe Alou, Chuck Hiller, Harvey Kuenn, Jim Davenport, Ed Bailey, Stu Miller and Mike McCormick

Los Angeles Dodgers team set (10/10) in shield display with Duke Snider, Willie Davis, Wally Moon, Gil Hodges, Junior Gilliam, Maury Wills, Tommy Davis, John Roseboro, Johnny Podres and Sandy Koufax

Chicago Cubs team set (10/10) in display shield with Ernie Banks, Richie Ashburn, Billy Williams, Ed Bouchee, Don Zimmer, Jim McKinght, Ron Santo, Sam Taylor, Don Elston and Glen Hobbie

St. Louis Cardinals team set (10/10) in display shield with Minnie Minoso, Curt Flood, Carl Warwick, Bill White, Red Schoendienst, Alex Grammas, Ken Boyer, Carl Sawatski, Lindy McDaniel and Ernie Broglio

Kansas City Athletics team near set (9/10) with Gene Stephens, Bobby DelGreco, Norm Siebern, Jerry Lumpe, Dick Howser, Wayne Causey, Joe Pignatano, Jim Archer and Ray Herbert; the shield has a small bit of surface loss on the upper left edge and the right edge is seperated most of the length

(18) Loose coins with:

(5) New York Yankees: Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Elston Howard, Ralph Terry and Clete Boyer

(3) Los Angeles Dodgers: Charlie Neal and (2) Daryl Spencer

(4) St. Louis Cardinals: Curt Flood, Ernie Broglio, Alex Grammas and Carl Sawatski

(4) Los Angeles Angels: Ryne Duren, Leon Wagner, Ken Aspromonte and Gene Leek

(1) Chicago Cubs: George Altman

(1) San Francisco Giants: Ed Baily


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