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Each Box contains Three Limited Edition Base Cards, Three Chase Cards, and One Vintage 1969 Baseball Card!
- HAC BOUNTY program is for the Red border (#/5) and Lunar border (#/10) cards and we are giving away as much as $30,000 to collectors
- The autograph checklist is stacked (partial list below) and cut signatures will pop 1-in-every-3 boxes
- Coin relics cards are ALL PROOF coins - and like the Stamp relics - these cards will be featured on all (100) cards in the set
- The vintage baseball trading cards are EX or better condition and there are at least 3 of every card from that vintage set available including the Reggie Jackson rookie and Mickey Mantle's last card.
Chase Card insertion rate (all number are ON AVERAGE):
- Cut Signature card 1:3 boxes
- 1969 US Stamp cards - (3) different stamps versions 1:3 boxes
- 1969 US Proof Coin cards - all 5 denominations included 1:3 boxes
- Vietnam War military uniform patch card 1:3 boxes
- Vintage Car Key cards 2:5 boxes
- William Shatner personally worn clothing patch card 1:4 boxes
- William Shatner personally worn clothing patch & AUTOGRAPH card 1:150 boxes
- Red Border base cards (#/5 - for the BOUNTY) 1:12 boxes
- Lunar Border base cards (#/10 - for the BOUNTY) 1:6 boxes
The 20th Century was packed with amazing moments, historical triumphs and a pair of World Wars but the year 1969 may have been the best and most joyous of any year in the century. Although the Vietnam War was raging half a world away, in America more than a million young adults overtook an upstate New York farm for 3 days in August in what may have been the greatest concert of all time. In America, the beginning of the computer-age began when the first commercial micro-processor was introduced and ARPANET went online. In America, the first successful artificial heart surgery was preformed. In America, people reached for the stars and finally made it to the moon.
In sports, some of the best underdog stories transpired as the NY Jets and their brash young quarterback Joe Namath guaranteed a Super Bowl victory over the more polished Baltimore Colts and Johnny Unitas - and pulled off the upset although they were 14-point underdogs. The Amazing Mets went from last-to-first in their division and pulled off the most improbable World Series victory against the Baltimore Orioles - good year for New York, and not so much for Baltimore. Simply put, the year 1969 was one of the best years of the last century - and that was an "amazing" 50 years ago now.
The 2019 Historic Autographs 1969 will release on NOVEMBER 20, 2019 and will have (6) cards per box, (3) limited edition base cards and (3) chase/relics cards. Chase cards will include cut signature autographs, 1969 US Mint Proof coins, 1969 US stamp issues, uncut stock keys for 1969 Ford, Chevy and GM cars such as the Corvette, Mustang and Camaro and uniform relic cards from Vietnam. A special William Shatner patch card featuring personally worn clothing is also featured with a limited auto/relic card for Shatner. There will also be RED, LUNAR SURFACE and TYE-DYE parallel cards for the entire 100-card complete set and EVERY box will include a vintage, original 1969 baseball trading cards (at least 3 of each card from the set were used).
Partial Autograph checklist (rate of pull approximately 1:3 boxes):
Subject (reason they are part of the set)
Jimi Hendrix (Woodstock)
John Lennon (Beatles Last Live Gig)
Paul McCarthy (Beatles Last Live Gig)
George Harrison (Beatles Last Live Gig)
Ringo Starr (Beatles Last Live Gig)
Neil Armstrong (Apollo 11)
Buzz Aldrin (Apollo 11)
Michael Collins (Apollo 11)
Dwight D. Eisenhower (died in 1969)
Judy Garland (died in 1969)
Jack Nicholson (appeared in Easy Rider)
Paul Newman (appeared in Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid)
Vince Lombardi (coached his last game)
Elton John (debut album released)
Keith Richards (Rolling Stones)
Mickey Mantle (retired)
Thurman Munson (rookie season)
Ted Williams (first managerial job)
Richard Nixon (POTUS)
Greasy Neale (elected to the NFL HOF)
Roy Campanella (elected to the MLB HOF)
Wilt Chamberlain (LA Lakers Championship season)
William Shatner (last episode of Star Trek airs)
all the members of the 1969 NY Mets & Baltimore Orioles
members of the NY Jets, Baltimore Colts, NY Knicks, LA Lakers, Boston Celtics
many of the performers that were at Woodstock