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1963-67 Bazooka Complete Sets in Uncut Panels w/ 3 Mickey Mantles!

Featuring Willie Mays, Sandy Koufax, Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente and more!!!

  • November 07, 2018
  • Leighton Sheldon

1963 Bazooka Box Front with Cellophane Panel Gadzooks, That's a Lot of Gum! Most readers are probably not old enough to have been walking through grocery stores in the 1960's and remember the boxes of Bazooka Bubble Gum that would be on the shelves begging young collectors to rummage through the display scouring the backs looking for their favorite players.  Unlike the sealed Topps packs of the day which were a mystery until you opened the packs, the Bazooka Series displayed all

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1961 Bazooka Panels Baseball Set Collection

Complete Set of Panels Featuring Mickey Mantle

  • July 06, 2018
  • Leighton Sheldon

1961 Bazooka PanelBubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles Baseball and bubble-gum.  It seems like the two have been linked together for eternity.  Goudey and Fleer produced cards to sell alongside their gum products years before Topps came along.  But most of us remember Topps packs, with a slab of pink chewing gum, as being the gum cards of our youth.  Well, Topps didn't only make cards to be sold in packs with their gum products. Bazooka Issued Some Big Guns Bazooka (which is owned by the Topps Company)

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Bazookas Wild At The Valley Forge Casino

  • October 03, 2014
  • Leighton Sheldon

1966 Bazooka Mickey MantleRobert Burns was a poet, an artist with words. Ken Burns is a documentary film producer, with the great Baseball chronicle earning him high praise. Bob Burns, a 1930’s and 40’s actor and musician from Arkansas, also has had a profound impact on baseball, more specifically on vintage baseball cards. Bob Burns, you see, invented a silly musical instrument from some pieces of pipe and a funnel (yes, he actually played it!), and called it a Bazooka. The military nicknamed an antitank weapon the bazooka in

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