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Ten Valuable Jim Palmer Baseball Collectibles

Jim Palmer made his major league debut with the Baltimore Orioles on April 17, 1965. Valuable Jim Palmer baseball collectibles include signed balls, Topps baseball cards, original Perez-Steele artwork and autographed ball cards.

Jim Palmer (1945-) was an eight-time 20-game winner during his glory years of the 1970s. Nicknamed "Cakes" and famous for his underwear ads, Palmer played his entire 1965-1984 major league career with the Baltimore Orioles, amassing a 268-152 won-loss record, 2,212 strikeouts and a lifetime earned run average of 2.86. A three-time American League Cy Young Award winner (1973, 1975, 1976), Jim Palmer was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1990.

Here are ten valuable Jim Palmer baseball collectibles that are sure to please Orioles fans and sports memorabilia enthusiasts. Now taking the mound once again #22 the great Jim Palmer...

Jim Palmer 1966 Topps Rookie Baseball Card

Card #126 in the 1966 Topps baseball series constitutes Jim Palmer's classic rookie card. One graded example in PSA excellent-mint 6 condition sold at auction for $51.

Jim Palmer 1966 Topps Uncut Sheet

An uncut factory sheet of nine cards for the 1966 Topps baseball issue featuring Jim Palmer's rookie entry brought $155.35 at auction.

A 1966 Topps baseball uncut factory sheet with Jim Palmer rookie card in center $155.35 - Heritage Auction Galleries

Jim Palmer Single Signed Baseball

A baseball signed by Jim Palmer on the sweet spot – "Jim Palmer HOF 90" – in PSA/DNA mint 9 condition sold at auction for $119.50.

Jim Palmer 1970 Topps Baseball Card

Card #449 in the 1970 Topps baseball series features Jim Palmer. One graded example in SGC 96 mint 9 condition fetched $79 at auction.

Jim Palmer 1970 Topps card $79 - Heritage Auction Galleries

Jim Palmer 1969 Topps Baseball Card

Card #573 Jim Palmer graces the 1969 Topps baseball series. One graded example in SGC 92 near mint/mint+ 8.5 condition brought $50 at auction.

Jim Palmer 1969 Topps card $50 - Heritage Auction Galleries

Jim Palmer 1973 Topps Test Puzzle Baseball Card

The Topps puzzle cards were test marketed in 1973. A Jim Palmer card in near mint condition sold at auction for $113.53. The entire series is rare.

Jim Palmer 1973 Topps puzzle card $113.53 - Heritage Auction Galleries

Jim Palmer 1968 Topps Baseball Card

Card #575 in the 1968 Topps baseball set pictures Jim Palmer. One graded example in SGC 96 mint 9 condition brought $155.35 at auction.

Jim Palmer 1993 Perez-Steele Original Artwork

The original Dick Perez artwork for high-kicking Jim Palmer from the 1993 Perez-Steele "Great Moments" card set sold at auction for $1,856.

Jim Palmer 1993 Perez-Steele original art $1,856 - Robert Edward Auctions

Jim Palmer 1998 Original Intoy Ginez Artwork

A beautiful charcoal drawing of Jim Palmer executed and signed by Intoy Ginez in 1998 sold at auction for $310.70.

Jim Palmer 1998 Intoy Ginez charcoal art $310.70 - Heritage Auction Galleries

Jim Palmer Lot of Five Signed Baseball Cards

A lot of five Jim Palmer Topps baseball cards – 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1975 – all autographed by the Orioles' all-time winningest pitcher brought a reasonable $37 at auction.

Jim Palmer Sports Memorabilia Credits & Top Image

  • Auction results and images courtesy Heritage Auction Galleries, Dallas, Texas, and Robert Edward Auctions, LLC, Watchung, New Jersey
  • Top image: Jim Palmer 1966 Topps rookie card #126 in graded PSA excellent-mint 6 condition $51 - Heritage Auction Galleries

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