vrooomed's Most Wanted Phillies cards

by vrooomed - 7 cards (Last updated on Nov. 8, 2017)

1. 1955 Bowman #64 Curt Simmons

Getting the trio of 1955 Bowman cards would complete Topps and Bowman for 1955.

2. 1955 Bowman #236 Murry Dickson

Getting the trio of 1955 Bowman cards would complete Topps and Bowman for 1955.

3. 1955 Bowman #294 Wally Moses

Getting the trio of 1955 Bowman cards would complete Topps and Bowman for 1955.

4. 1963 Topps #553 Brock Davis / Jim Gosger / John Herrnstein / Willie Stargell

The John Herrnstein Rookie. AKA the Willie Stargell RC.

5. 1966 Topps #591 NL Rookies - Bart Shirley / Grant Jackson

This is the oddest card - when I first started looking for this, it was listed with a value of $40, but it was selling for $150 and up. Now, it's listed at $200. And correctly so. But a RC of commons really shouldn't be so pricey.

6. 1967 Topps #560 Jim Bunning

This along with the Rojas always sells much higher than it should, but finding these centered and in good shape is a pretty tall task.

7. 1967 Topps #595 Cookie Rojas

See the comment on the Bunning.


Feb. 13, 2016 - 2:44PM

Nice, I'll eventually get around to purchasing the John Herrnstein rookie as well.

Nov. 8, 2017 - 6:10PM

I'm finishing up my 1966 set, 37 cards remaining.  I finally broke down at the beginning of the year and bought the Grant Jackson.  I think it was $125, but a REALLY nice one, well-centered and great color.  I kept hoping I'd stumble across one for $50 -$70 that I'd be happy with but the few in that price range were always beat-up. 

Good Luck!

Nov. 8, 2017 - 9:24PM

Is the Jackson so expensive because it's a high number?  I can't think of another explanation, but that logic would make all the high # commons expensive.

Nov. 9, 2017 - 10:52PM

David - I can't figure out why it sells for so much. It's crazy!

Feb. 8, 2018 - 5:32PM

Because 4 types of collectors chase the cards   Set builders,   Phillies team builders, Dodgers team builders  and they last  The people that are called ROOKIE CARD Collectors.  I know it not they confussing Grant for Reggie

Being a Hi number these cards where mostly bought by dealers in Sept  as the retail stores wanted Football Cards. Philadelphia gum if NFL city.  I had to save my money and send to a dealer in Southern Calif.  I think  it was KIT YOUNG  and buy the 7th series. If I wanted to break that up what a great   $3.75 investment.   

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