Monday Mets randomness: 1996 Pro Stamps
I love oddball baseball items, and these New York Mets “stamps” produced in 1996 by Chris Martin Enterprises fit the bill. Released a few years before self-adhesive stamps became popular with the United States Postal Service, these collectible “stamps” should really be classed as stickers in my opinion.
The Mets were represented by Todd Hundley, Jose Vizcaino, Jeff Kent, Rico Brogna and Bobby Jones. According to the checklist on the back, each of baseball’s 28 teams had its own sheet of five players. (The Phillies’ chosen five were Jim Eisenreich, Gregg Jefferies, Mickey Morandini, Paul Quantrill and Darren Daulton. The selected Yankees were Wade Boggs, Jimmy Key, Paul O’Neill, David Cone and Bernie Williams.)
For $5 or 10 proof of purchase seals, you could join the Pro Stamps Club and receive “a cool membership card, team stamp poster (8.5×11), newsletter and information on how to order other NFL, NHL and NBA team Pro Stamps sets.”
Does anybody remember these?
Posted on October 8, 2012, in Baseball Cards, New York Mets and tagged Baseball, Bobby Jones, Jeff Kent, Jose Vizcaino, New York Mets, Pro Stamps, Rico Brogna, Todd Hundley. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.