1950s-1960s Pirates Grab Bag – Clemente, Kiner, Mazeroski – 26 Cards, Coins and More!
Lot 141. 1950s-1960s Pirates Grab Bag – Clemente, Kiner, Mazeroski – 26 Cards, Coins and More! Five Hall of Fame players are represented in the 24 different issues in this type collection, including a scarce 1962 PITTSBURGH EXHIBITS card. Here is the list: 1953 Red Man Tobacco #15N KINER (No Tab) vg. 1956 Topps Pin Long vg. 1960 Fleer #76 P. WANER nm. 1960 Leaf #127 Nelson nm. 1960 Topps #48 Smith ex+ and 258 Groat nm. 1961 Bazooka #8 Groat vg-ex. 1961 Fleer FRISCH ex+. 1961 Kahn’s Wieners Skinner p-f. 1961 Topps #567 Murtaugh All-Star nm. 1961 Topps Stamp Groat vg-ex. 1962 Pittsburgh Exhibits Don Hoak, horizontal example, printed in red and black, ace of diamonds with a photo of Hoak, vg+ to ex. 1962 Post Cereal #171 Hoak vg-ex. 1962 Post Cereal Canadian #169 Stuart vg-ex and 179 Law ex-m. 1962 Topps Hoak stamp nm. 1963 Fleer #57 Face ex+. 1963 Post Cereal #144 Burgess nm. 1963 Salada Coins #16 Groat ex. 1963 Topps #34 Schofield nm. 1964 Kahn’s McBean g-vg. 1964 Topps #163 Clendenon ex-m+. 1964 Topps Coins #143 MAZEROSKI All-Star vg-ex. 1966 East Hills Pirates CLEMENTE vg-ex. 1966 Topps Rub-Offs Veale nm. And 1969 Topps Decal Alou vg-ex. Pittsburgh Exhibits cards are very scarce, and their origin is uncertain. They may have been available in penny arcade vending machines at Kennywood Amusement Park near Pittsburgh. They could have been over-the-counter prizes for a winning gumball from a vending machine in various stores. Boxers, TV and movie cowboys, wrestlers, rock-and-roll-stars, cartoon characters and ballplayers are part of the set. Winning Bid $125.