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Card of the Day: 1964 Topps Hockey 2nd Series Checklist #55

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Sportkings Series E Premium Back Redemption Program

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This year Sportkings Series E will have a premium back redemption program.  Inside each pack you will find one premium base card that contains a letter on the back.  For those collectors that collect all the letters and spell out the word “SPORTKINGS” you will be able to take part in this program.

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  • Collect the cards that spell “SPORTKINGS” once, and you will receive a 1/10 Premium Sportkings Quad Memorabilia Card.
  • Collect the cards that spell “SPORTKINGS” twice, and you will receive a 1/1 Premium Sketch card.
  • Collect the cards that spell “SPORTKINGS” five times, and you will receive a 1/1 Premium Art Card painted by Jared Kelley.

Sportkings will need you to send in the premium base cards you’ve collected in order for you to qualify.  They will continue this program until June 30, 2013.

I think this is a great way to increase the value of their base cards.  Sportkings base cards always carry a premium, especially when they initially hit the secondary market, but this should help the value even more.  At least until the program ends.  The only bad thing about this is that you will not receive your base cards back.  For address information on where you should send your premium base cards, click here.  Sportkings will release a checklist of all the cards involved within this program before Series E comes out.

Sportkings Series E will release on May 3, 2012.  This afternoon they announced the base card checklist.  I’m looking forward to seeing the cut signature checklist.  They have a section called “Top 50 Broadcasters” and I’m hoping former Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas is included.  I love the artwork on these cards.

Panini Releases Black Friday Draft Day Materials & Patch Auto Checklist

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Panini has released the full checklist for their Black Friday Draft Day Materials & Patch Autographs.  Take a look at the checklist for their Super Bowl promos and the checklist for their Pro Bowl promos too.

’11 Panini Black Friday Super Bowl Auto & Relic Checklist

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Panini has released the entire checklist for their 2011 Black Friday Super Bowl autographs and relics.  These are some of the nicest looking Super Bowl themed cards made.  According to a lot of shops, this Black Friday promotion helped with sales.  They need to do more of these.

Panini Releases Checklist For Black Friday Pro Bowl Relics & Autos

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There is no doubt that Panini’s Black Friday promotion was very successful.  This evening, Panini released the entire checklist for the Pro Bowl relic/auto cards.  Take a gander to see how many copies of the card you have were made.

These packs are drying up quickly and the promotion is coming to an end.  I hope they bring it back next year.

Origins of Baseball (1744-1899) Checklist

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Last night I was asked if I had a checklist for the 1994 Origins of Baseball (1744-1899) set.  For all those collectors looking for one, here it is:

  • #1 Abner Doubleday
  • #2 Doubleday Field
  • #3 Rounders 1744
  • #4 Early Baseball 700 A.D.
  • #5 The Knickerbockers
  • #6 Alex Cartwright
  • #7 Baseball In The 1850’s
  • #8 Social Clubs
  • #9 Brooklyn Eckfords
  • #10 New England Baseball
  • #11 Henry Chadwick
  • #12 Brooklyn Excelsiors
  • #13 Abraham Lincoln
  • #14 Andrew Johnson
  • #15 First Enclosed Park
  • #16 Brooklyn Atlantics
  • #17 James Creighton
  • #18 Baseball In The 1860’s
  • #19 1869 Red Stockings
  • #20 Cincinnati Celebration
  • #21 Harry Wright
  • #22 Boston Ball Club 1872
  • #23 Arthur Cummings
  • #24 William Hulbert
  • #25 George Wright
  • #26 Albert Spalding
  • #27 Albert Bushong
  • #28 Bid McPhee
  • #29 James O’Rourke
  • #30 Pud Galvin
  • #31 Edwin Bligh
  • #32 William Purcell
  • #33 Roger Connor
  • #34 Cincinnati Ball Club 1882
  • #35 Peter Browning
  • #36 William Gleason
  • #37 Paul Hines
  • #38 Baseball In The 1880’s
  • #39 Robert Carruthers
  • #40 New York Metropolitans
  • #41 Saint George’s Field
  • #42 Charles Radbourne
  • #43 George Andrews
  • #44 William Hoy
  • #45 Chicago Ball Club 1886
  • #46 Cap Anson
  • #47 John Clarkson
  • #48 Mike Kelly
  • #49 Buffalo Bisons 1887
  • #50 Moses Walker
  • #51 Detroit Ball Club 1887
  • #52 Little League
  • #53 Louisville Ball Club 1888
  • #54 John Farrell
  • #55 Walter Latham
  • #56 Fred Dunlap
  • #57 Tim Keefe
  • #58 Cincinnati Ball Club 1888
  • #59 1889 World Tour
  • #60 Dan Brouthers
  • #61 John M. Ward
  • #62 Albert Spalding
  • #63 The Baseball Cap
  • #64 Tom Estherbrook
  • #65 Mark Baldwin
  • #66 Tony Mullane
  • #67 John Glasscock
  • #68 Amos Rusie
  • #69 Jake Beckley
  • #70 Jimmy Collins
  • #71 Charles Comiskey
  • #72 Tom Connelly
  • #73 Mickey Welch
  • #74 Ec Delahanty
  • #75 Hugh Duffy
  • #76 Buck Ewing
  • #77 Clark Griffith
  • #78 Kid Nichols
  • #79 Billy Hamilton
  • #80 Ban Johnson
  • #81 Willie Keeler
  • #82 Bobby Wallace
  • #83 Napoleon Lajoie
  • #84 Connie Mack
  • #85 Fred Clarke
  • #86 Tommy McCarthy
  • #87 John McGraw
  • #88 Jesse Burkett
  • #89 Frank Chance
  • #90 Mordecai Brown
  • #91 New York Nationals
  • #92 Jack Chesbro
  • #93 Sam Thompson
  • #94 Boston v. New York 1891
  • #95 Rube Waddell
  • #96 Joe Kelley
  • #97 Addie Joss
  • #98 The Boston Beaneaters
  • #99 Baltimore Baseball Club
  • #100 The Game In 1899