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1961 Post Baseball Cards & Checklist

 

PRICE GUIDE

  • COMPLETE SET - 200 Cards
  • Near Mint - $1,600.00
  • Excellent - $700.00
  • Very Good - $350.00

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NOTES:

The 1961 Post baseball card set consist of 200 cards that measure approximately 2 1/2" x 3 1/2".  This was the first major set issued by Post. The cards were available on thick card box stock, singly, or in various panel sizes from cereal boxes (BOX). They were also made available in team sheets, printed on thinner cardboard stock, directly from the Post Cereal Company (COM). It is difficult to differentiate the COM cards from the BOX cards; the thickness of the card stock is the best indicator. There was also an album produced by Post to hold the cards

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Key Cards: 

  • 1 - Yogi Berra 
  • 4-  Mickey Mantle 
  • 7 - Roger Maris
  • 92 - Harmon Killebrew 
  • 107 - Hank Aaron 
  • 132 - Roberto Clemente 

Variations: 

  • 41A Frank Bolling 41B Frank Bolling ('Charlie Derringer' in bio)
  • 51A Willie Tasby COM (Sold to Washington) 51b Willie Tasby BOX (no Sale)
  • 55A Frank Sullivan COM (Phillies) 55B Frank Sullivan BOX (Red Sox)
  • 57A Harvey Kuenn (Phillies) COM 57B Harvey Kuenn BOX (Red Sox)
  • 65A Ken Aspromonte COM (Sold to LA) 65B Ken Aspromonte BOX (No Sale)
  • 89A Ken Hamlin COM (Sold to LA) 89b Ken Hamlin BOX (No Sale)\
  • 91A-100A COM (Twins) 91B -100B BOX (Minneapolis)
  • 124A Gene Conley COM (Red Sox) 124B Gene Conley BOX (Phillies)
  • 142A John Antonelli COM (Cleveland) 142B John Antonelli BOX (S.F.)
  • 146A Willie Kirkland COM (Cleveland) 146B Willie Kirkland BOX (S.F.)
  • 153A Andre Rodgers (No trade mentioned) 153B Andre Rodgers (Traded to Milwaukee) 
  • 190A Billy Martin (Sold to Milwaukee) 190B Billy Martin (no 'sold to Milwaukee) 

Back of 1961 Post baseball Card 

Glossary:
  • COM - Company Issued
  • BOX - Hand cut from box

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Price Guide: Value is based on closed auctions and sales. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly. 

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