1935 Goudey Baseball Cards

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While it does not match the appeal or worth of the previous Goudey releases, 1935 Goudey Baseball stays a much more economical choice for gathering the biggest names in classic baseball 

Referred to by its American Card Catalog number, R321. the images are basically cropped variations of the artistic makings that are found on previous Goudey cards.

Over 90% of the pictures are from the 33 and 34 releases.

The four-in-one format is not the chosen route for numerous collectors, but it is tough to argue with names like Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx, and Dizzy Dean.

Due to the 4 in 1 nature, many of the cards feature multiple hall of farmers on one card.

Each card can be discovered with 3 or 4 different backs, the master set is really 114 cards and over one-third of the cards are short prints

For example, the card featuring Babe Ruth can be found with the backs for four images, including the Detroit Tigers Team, Frankie Frisch, Mickey Cochrane and Joe Cronin

The 36-card release is mainly organized by group, but a number of cards integrate players from several groups 

Puzzles

There are nine different puzzles to complete

1 Detroit Tigers Team

2 Chuck Klein

3 Frankie Frisch

4 Mickey Cochrane

5 Joe Cronin

6 Jimmie Foxx

7 Al Simmons

8 Cleveland Indians Team

9 Washington Senators Team

Notable Cards

1935 Goudey 4 IN 1 FRISCH / DEAN / ORSATTI / CARLETON

There are two hall of farmers listed on the card. Dizzy Dean & Frankie Frisch.

It’s a super desirable card for any Cardinals collector as the cardinals had just won the world series the year before.

1935 Goudey 4 IN 1 DICKEY / LAZZERI / MALONE / RUFFING

Dickey, Lazzeri, and Ruffing are all hall of farmers who played with the Yankees.

Normally a card like this would be towards the top, but Ruth takes that spot.

1935 Goudey 4 IN 1 Bush Waite Hoyt Paul Lloyd Waner

Another card featuring three hall of farmers.

Brothers Paul and Lloyd Waner along with Waite Hoyt all played for the Pirates before being elected to the HOF

1935 Goudey 4 IN 1 Ruth-McManus-Brandt-Maranville

Ruth’s last year playing baseball. He ended up going back to Boston to play with the Braves.

It’s not as desirable as his 33 goudeys due to not beeing on the yankees and the 4 panel.

Rabbit Maranville is another hall of famer listed on the card which adds to the value.

Checklist

1A Carleton – Dean – Frisch – Orsatti

1B Foxx – Higgins – Mahaffey – Williams

1C Hadley – Lary – Manush – Weaver

1D Bridges – Cochrane – Gehringer – Rogell

1E Allen – Brickell – Jonnard – Wilson

1E Bush – L.Waner – P.Waner – W.Hoyt

1F Blaeholder – Coffman – Melillo – West

1F Cuyler – English – Grimes – Klein

1G Bishop – Cissell – Cronin – Reynolds

1G Clark – Frey – Leslie – Stripp

1H Adams – Bottomley – Comorosky – Piet

1H Crowder – Goslin – Marberry – Schuble

1I Appling – Dykes – Earnshaw – Sewell

1J Brandt – Maranville – McManus – Ruth

1J Cochrane – Kamm – Ruel – Simmons

1K Bottomley – Comorosky – Hudlin – Myatt

1K Jackson – Mancuso – Schumacher – Terry

1L Averill – Hildebrand – Kamm – Trosky

2A Bartell – Critz – Mancuso – Ott

2A Carleton – Dean – Frisch – Orsatti

2B Foxx – Higgins – Mahaffey – Williams

2B Lucas – Thevenow – Traynor – Wright

2C Berry – Burke – Kress – Vance

2C Hadley – Lary – Manush – Weaver

2D Bridges – Cochrane – Gehringer – Rogell

2D Dickey – Lazzeri – Malone – Ruffing

2E Averill – Hildebrand – Kamm – Trosky

2E Brandt – Frankhouse – Hogan – Moore

2F Appling – Dykes – Earnshaw – Sewell

2F Byrd – MacFayden – Martin – O’Farrell

3A Brandt – Maranville – McManus – Ruth

3A Cochrane – Kamm – Ruel – Simmons

3B Bottomley – Comorosky – Hudlin – Myatt

3B Jackson – Mancuso – Schumacher – Terry

3C Allen – Brickell – Jonnard – Wilson

3C Bush – L.Waner – P.Waner – W.Hoyt

3D Blaeholder – Coffman – Melillo – West

3D Cuyler – English – Grimes – Klein

3E Bi- – Cissell – Cronin – Reynolds

3E Clark – Frey – Leslie – Stripp

3F Adams – Bottomley – Comorosky – Piet

3F Crowder – Goslin – Marberry – Schuble

4A Bartell – Critz – Mancuso – Ott

4A Brandt – Maranville – McManus – Ruth

4B Jackson – Mancuso – Schumacher – Terry

4B Lucas – Thevenow – Traynor – Wright

4C Berry – Burke – Kress – Vance

4C Bush – L.Waner – P.Waner – W.Hoyt

4D Cuyler – English – Grimes – Klein

4D Dickey – Lazzeri – Malone – Ruffing

4E Brandt – Frankhouse – Hogan – Moore

4E Frey – Leslie – Stripp – W.Clark

4F Adams – Bottomley – Comorosky – Piet

4F Byrd – MacFayden – Martin – O’Farrell

5A Brandt – Maranville – McManus – Ruth

5A Cochrane – Kamm – Ruel – Simmons

5B Bottomley – Comorosky – Hudlin – Myatt

5B Jackson – Mancuso – Schumacher – Terry

5C Allen – Brickell – Jonnard – Wilson

5C Bush – L.Waner – P.Waner – W.Hoyt

5D Blaeholder – Coffman – Melillo – West

5D Cuyler – English – Grimes – Klein

5E Bishop – Cissell – Cronin – Reynolds

5E Frey – Leslie – Stripp – W.Clark

5F Adams – Bottomley – Comorosky – Piet

5F Crowder – Goslin – Marberry – Schuble

6A Carleton – Dean – Frisch – Orsatti

6A Cochrane – Kamm – Ruel – Simmons

6B Bottomley – Comorosky – Hudlin – Myatt

6B Foxx – Higgins – Mahaffey – Williams

6C Allen – Brickell – Jonnard – Wilson

6C Hadley – Lary – Manush – Weaver

6D Blaeholder – Coffman – Melillo – Wilson

6D Bridges – Cochrane – Gehringer – Rogell

6E Averill – Hildebrand – Kamm – Trosky

6E Bishop – Cissell – Cronin – Reynolds

6F Appling – Dykes – Earnshaw – Sewell

6F Crowder – Goslin – Marberry – Schuble

7A Bartell – Critz – Mancuso – Ott

7A Carleton – Dean – Frisch – Orsatti

7B Foxx – Higgins – Mahaffey – Williams

7B Lucas – Thevenow – Traynor – Wright

7C Berry – Burke – Kress – Vance

7C Hadley – Lary – Manush – Weaver

7D Bridges – Cochrane – Gehringer – Rogell

7D Dickey – Lazzeri – Malone – Ruffing

7E Averill – Hildebrand – Kamm – Trosky

7E Brandt – Frankhouse – Hogan – Moore

7F Appling – Dykes – Earnshaw – Sewell

7F Byrd – MacFayden – Martin – O’Farrell

8A Benge – Fitzsimmons – Koenig – Zachary

8B Bonura – Haas – Hayes – Lyons

8C Burns – Grube – Hemsley – Weiland

8D Campbell – Goodman – Kampouris – Meyers

8E Allen – DeShong – Rolfe – Walker

8F Foxx – Greenberg – Rowe – Walker

8G Ostermueller – R.Ferrell – W.Ferrell – Werber

8H Kuhel – Myer – Stone – Whitehill

8I Harder – Knickerbocker – Stewart – Vosmik

8J Coleman – Cramer – Johnson – Marcum

8K Blanton – Herman – Padden – Suhr

8L Benton – Cantwell – Rhem – Spohrer

9A Benge – Fitzsimmons – Koenig – Zachary

9B Bonura – Haas – Hayes – Lyons

9C Burns – Grube – Hemsley – Weiland

9D Campbell – Goodman – Kampouris – Meyers

9E Allen – DeShong – Rolfe – Walker

9F Foxx – Greenberg – Rowe – Walker

9G Ostermueller – R.Ferrell – W.Ferrell – Werber

9H Kuhel – Myer – Stone – Whitehill

9I Harder – Knickerbocker – Stewart – Vosmik

9J Coleman – Cramer – Johnson – Marcum

9K Blanton – Herman – Padden – Suhr

9L Benton – Cantwell – Rhem – Spohrer




 

 

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