Here are three of the toughest Senators "oddball" pieces to locate. Included are 1.) 1960 "Famous Senators" 1st Federal Savings matchbook covers complete set of 20 as issued, including HOFs Walter Johnson, Clark Griffith, Goose Goslin, Sam Rice, Bucky Harris and Harmon Killebrew (NM); 2.) 1962 Salada Coins complete Senators set of 10 with rare shield (EX-MT); 3.) (35) 1967 Coke caps mounted onto the Coca-Cola advertising board (EX). For a more complete listing, please visit our website.
1962 Salada Coins. Complete set of 10 with rare shield: Daley, Daniels, Keough, Long, Cottier, O'Connell, Klaus, Piersall, Tasby, and Woodling.
1967 Coke caps. It would seem the Coca-Cola Company tried to make sure this collection would be so difficult to put together that none would ever be redeemed for the cheap prizes offered in return. And, having consumed enough Coke to sink a battleship in order to assemble the required 35 specific player caps to complete the board, what kid in his right mind would give it up for a Nats picture set you could buy for a quarter and a complete cap sets would get you a little league baseball. As a result, a complete set pasted to the issued board is virtually never seen