1951 Topps Connie Macks All-Stars Baseball Cards

1951 Topps Connie Macks All-Stars Baseball Cards


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Unfortunately, the 1951 Topps Connie Macks All Stars Baseball set is one of the more commonly counterfeited baseball card sets. Andy Broome of BGS Grading issued a counterfeit card alert regarding this set. Collectors need to be very careful when purchasing their cards to avoid being ripped off.

The genuine set of cards are die-cut with removable standups of the players. Many of the counterfeit cards shows the die-cutting around the players bodies but forgot to cut the printed cut line. Also, the card stock is typically too thick and the edges are poorly hand cut.

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Featuring 11 cards

1 Grover C. Alexander
2 Mickey Cochrane
3 Eddie Collins
4 Jimmy Collins
5 Lou Gehrig
6 Walter Johnson
7 Connie Mack
8 Christy Mathewson
9 Babe Ruth
10 Tris Speaker
11 Honus Wagner

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  1. 4 stars. I have plenty of other cards in my collection but the 51 Connie Mack All Star set is the first Topps issued card set. It epitomizes the early days of collecting with Connie Mack being asked to name the team. They are a tough grouping and to be able to collect a full set is magic to my eyes. You have some of the greatest players of all time including Ruth and Wagner and although I’m a couple away from a full set the thrill is in the chase. I have a couple nice Ruths and I found a Connie Mack, maybe one of the hardest. But for color, the Connie Mack connection, the punch out feature which was repeated, and copied by Topps, this earliest of the modern day sets really gets me going. I’m a little admittedly odd, I have other nice pieces but for some reason, probably because it’s their first set next to the silly playing cards, the shape and the fact you can find them un-played with makes them a four star winner for me. I only buy cards that were graded and in fact haven’t seen a reproduction. It’s good to know.

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