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  1965 Topps All Star Team Rookie Award Bowl
 
1965 Topps All Star Team Rookie Award 
1965 Topps All Star Rookie Award Bowl
Item Details
  • CIRCA - 1965 (1959-present day)
  • MANUFACTURER - Oneida Silversmiths
  • SIZE -  6" in diameter
  • PRICE GUIDE - $150.00-$300.00
    Excellent-Near Mint condition
    (Value will vary based on the player the award is attributed to. Noted players will sell at a premium)

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NOTES:
 
    Pictured above is a Topps Chewing Gum National Association 1965 All-Star Team Award Bowl, attributed to Gordon Riese, a pitcher for the Burlington Bees at the Class A level. Since 1959 Topps Chewing Gum in conjunction with Minor League Baseball, has honored the most outstanding players in all Minor League Baseball classifications. Rookie League, Class A, Double A, Triple A, and Rookies at the Major League level. There are 10 position players selected at each level, including a Left handed, and Right handed pitcher.

 Topps came up with the idea of honoring the top rookie ballplayers in each league by establishing the Topps Rookie All-Star Team Award, to promote Topps baseball cards. The recipients of the award at the Major League level were then featured in the following year's set with special "All-Star Rookie Team" cards. To further promote the baseball cards, Topps inserted a preprinted ballot card in packs so kids could vote for their favorite players.

 In 1961 Topps started the tradition of placing a trophy symbol, that included the phrase "Topps All-Star Rookie" on cards and until 1973, when the symbol was changed to a gold cup bearing the words "Topps All-Star Rookie." Topps left the symbol off the cards in 1974, and from 1979 though 1986, but the awards were still being presented. The symbol has been placed on the cards on and off since 1987, and the National Association All-Star award is still being selected to date.

   Interesting to note that the silver plated Cup is a reproduction of a "Sons of Liberty Bowl" created by American patriot and Silversmith, Paul Revere, as engraved underneath the bowl by Oneida Silversmiths. In later years a sticker was placed under the bowl.


 
 
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