1931 W517 Strip Cards and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title W517 Strip
Year 1931
Size 2 7/8″ x 3 13/16″ and 1 11/16″ x 2 5/8″
Images Varies
Type Strip
Number in Set
54

W517 Strip Card Overview

W517 10 Klein.jpg

Unlike earlier strip cards from the 1910s and 1920s, the W517 set includes actual black and white images of players. Player names and teams are on the front along with a card number while backs are blank. Also on the front was a card number inside of a circle.

Because they use actual pictures, these have a much cleaner look than the subpar artwork used in other strip card series.

Two different sizes were available and both dimensions are listed above. The cards were also printed in both black and white and with a color tint.

A total of 54 cards are in the set.

W517 Strip Card Checklist

  1. Earle Combs
  2. Pie Traynor
  3. Edd Roush
  4. Babe Ruth
  5. Chalmer Cissell
  6. Bill Sherdel
  7. Bill Shore
  8. George Earnshaw
  9. Bucky Harris
  10. Chuck Klein
  11. George Kelly (has both Brooklyn and Cincinnati cards)
  12. Travis Jackson
  13. Willie Kamm
  14. Harry Heilmann
  15. Grover Alexander
  16. Frankie Frisch
  17. Jack Quinn
  18. Cy Williams
  19. Kiki Cuyler
  20. Babe Ruth
  21. Jimmie Foxx
  22. Jimmy Dykes
  23. Bill Terry
  24. Fred Lindstrom
  25. Hugh Critz
  26. Pete Donahue
  27. Tony Lazzeri
  28. Heinie Manush
  29. Chick Hafey (has both St. Louis and Cincinnati cards)
  30. Melvin Ott
  31. Bing Miller
  32. Mule Haas
  33. Lefty O’Doul (has both Brooklyn and Philadelphia cards)
  34. Paul Waner
  35. Lou Gehrig
  36. Dazzy Vance
  37. Mickey Cochrane
  38. Rogers Hornsby
  39. Lefty Grove
  40. Al Simmons
  41. Rube Walberg
  42. Hack Wilson
  43. Art Shires
  44. Sammy Hale
  45. Ted Lyons
  46. Joe Sewell
  47. Goose Goslin
  48. Lew Fonseca
  49. Bob Meusel
  50. Lu Blue
  51. Earl Averill
  52. Eddie Collins
  53. Joe Judge
  54. Mickey Cochrane

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