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1951 Topps Major League All Stars Set 

The 11pc. set (3 were short printed) 1951 Topps Major League All Stars Cards were 2 1/4" by  5 1/4"
and featured fold to stand stamped cardboard images of past stars.

1951 Topps 5 cent Unopened Pack
1951 Topps Major League All Stars 5 cent Pack
(Connie Mack's All Time All Stars, Team cards  and Doubles cards were also sold in this Packaging)
 

1951 Topps Major League All Stars Yogi Berra  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Yogi Berra Card Back              1951 Topps Major League All Stars Larry Doby  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Larry Doby Card Back

Yogi Berra   Larry Doby

 

1951 Topps Major League All Stars Walt Dropo  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Walt Dropo Card Back              1951 Topps Major League All Stars Hoot Evers  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Hoot Evers Card Back

  Walt Dropo   Hoot Evers

 

1951 Topps Major League All Stars George Kell  1951 Topps Major League All Stars George Kell Card Back               1951 Topps Major League All Stars Ralph Kiner  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Ralph Kiner Card Back

  George Kell   Ralph Kiner

 

1951 Topps Major League All Stars Jim Konstanty  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Jim Konstanty Card Back               1951 Topps Major League All Stars Bob Lemon  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Bob Lemon Card Back

  Jim Konstanty (SP)   Bob Lemon


 

1951 Topps Major League All Stars Phil Rizzuto  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Phil Rizzuto Card Back               1951 Topps Major League All Stars Robin Roberts  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Robin Roberts Card Back

  Phil Rizzuto   Robin Roberts (SP)


 

1951 Topps Major League All Stars Eddie Stanky  1951 Topps Major League All Stars Eddie Stanky Card Back               1951 Topps Display Ad

  Eddie Stanky (SP)   1951 Topps Display Ad

The 3 short printed cards of Konstanty, Roberts and Stanky may never have been distributed to the public.
Those few that are available are believed by many to have been circulated without official authorization
from Topps. The 3 cards were pulled from the original set after contract negotiations between Topps and the
3 players proved unsuccessful. All 3 cards carry a very high premium, especially in higher grades.

Check out this Keith Conforti designed 1951 Topps Major League All Stars Card
of Ted Williams: Click here
  

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