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1965 Old London Coins

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The Old London set of metal baseball coins was distributed in that company's snack products in 1965. The coins were produced for Old London by Space Magic, Ltd. a Canadian firm which manufactured similar sets in 1964 and 1971. Each metal coin measures 1 1/2" in diameter. The silver-colored backs contain the company logo and a short biographical sketch of the player. Each team is represented by two ballplayers, except for the Mets (1) and the Cardinals… [Read More]

The Old London set of metal baseball coins was distributed in that company's snack products in 1965. The coins were produced for Old London by Space Magic, Ltd. a Canadian firm which manufactured similar sets in 1964 and 1971. Each metal coin measures 1 1/2" in diameter. The silver-colored backs contain the company logo and a short biographical sketch of the player. Each team is represented by two ballplayers, except for the Mets (1) and the Cardinals (3) -- Tracy Stallard was traded from the former to the latter. The coins are unnumbered and hence they are listed below in alphabetical order within league, e.g., National Leaguers (1-20) and American Leaguers (21-40). Coins found still in their original cellophane wrappers are worth 25 percent more than the values listed below. [Collapse]

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