According to the description for the 1971 photo listing:
"All of these classic images were shot by official Topps photographers but, for reasons unknown, failed to make the cut, and thus, never appeared on a vintage Topps trading card. The original color transparency offered here measures approx. 2 1/2" X 3 1/2" and is in excellent condition. For authenticity, the official Topps serial numbered hologram is affixed onto the white reverse side backing board (see sample photo). Each vintage negative is encased in a clear lucite cardholder and comes with an official Topps Vault certificate of authenticity."
The phrase "classic images" is marketing-speak for "the photos show Stone with a funny hair do and wearing uniforms that define the disco era."
70s' style criticisms aside, Jewish baseball collectors can bid on the individual cards by clicking the links below:
- 1971 (Giants)
- 1972 - 1 (Giants)
- 1972 - 2 (Giants)
- 1973 - 1 (White Sox)
- 1973 - 2 (White Sox)
- 1973 - 3 (White Sox)
- 1973 - 4 (White Sox)
- 1977 - 1 (White Sox)
- 1977 - 2 (White Sox)
- 1977 - 3 (White Sox)
All of the auctions carry a starting bid of $9.95, and are scheduled to end on the night of Thursday, April 11.
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