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1982 KELLOGG’S JOHNNY BENCH30 CSG 8.5
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1970 Topps Johnny Bench High660 PSA 7 Reds G971
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2017 Museum Collection Johnny Bench Silver Ink Autograph Auto14/15 G933
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1975 Topps260 JOHNNY BENCH VG/EX All Star Cincinnati Reds
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1969 TOPPS BASEBALL HIGH GRADE SET BREAK95 JOHNNY BENCH CATCHEREXMT
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1969 Topps95 Johnny Bench HOF Cincinnati Reds 2nd yr starter/filler MUST SEE!
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JOHNNY BENCH 2021 Topps All-Star Rookie Cup Holofractor ORANGE Image Var SP /25
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1973 Topps380 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds HOF PSA 8 NM-MT
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2012 Panini Cooperstown HOF Baseball INSERT Trading Cards Pick From List
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1976 Topps HOF Baseball Card Lot (18), Bench, Stargell, Carew, Seaver
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1977 Topps HOF Baseball Card Lot (18) Bench, Carew, Carter, Stargell
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1971TOPPSNLHOMERUN LEADERSBENCH 66PSA7
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1976 Topps300 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds HOF PSA 9 MINT
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1968 Topps Stars Johnny Bench Ron Tompkins (Impressed the Reds) Rookie RC HOF
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FRANK ROBINSON ORIOLES HOF 1972 TOPPS BASEBALL CARD100
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1975 Topps Baseball Card260 JOHNNY BENCH – EX/EX-MINT
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1971 Topps250 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds HOF PSA 7 NM
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1969 Topps430 Johnny Bench The Sporting News N.L. All Stars EX-NM O972
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1971 Topps Johnny Bench250
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1975 Topps260 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds HOF SGC 7 NM
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Johnny Bench/ Ron Tompkins 1968 Topps247 Rookie Cincinnati Reds VG+ O988
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2003 Topps Gallery Artifact Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds HOF Game-Used Bat
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1973 Topps Baseball Johnny Bench380 Ex
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2020 Topps of the Class Greats- BenchRobinson /299
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1976 Kellogg’s 3-D Super Stars Johnny Bench36
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10 Greatest Johnny Bench Baseball and Rookie Cards (Top Investment) – Gold Card Auctions
Check for the Lowest Prices For many years, baseball historians considered Johnny Bench to be the greatest catcher to ever play the game. And, to be honest, it’s fairly tough to make a case against it. To put it another way, his 1968 or 1969 card is an excellent investment option for people seeking both safety and a high rate of return on their investment. Since then, we’ve seen a slew of outstanding catchers come and go, but only a handful have maintained the consistency of Bench and Fisk. They also spent time at various positions, therefore they were not genuine catchers in the traditional sense.
It is such a hard position, both strategically and defensively, that those who flourish on attack are few and far between, and those who do are severely poor on defense.
Three times, Johnny Benchtwice was the National League’s home run leader and had the most runs batted in on three different occasions.
He was not a catcher on whom opposition baserunners would have much success in their attempts to steal bases.
Best Johnny Bench Baseball Cards
After taking all of this into consideration, let’s take a look at the all-time finest baseball cards of the all-time best catcher.
1. 1969 Topps All-Star Rookie Johnny Bench Rookie Card95
SAVE THE ITEM TO YOUR CART It’s possible to disagree on which Johnny Bench rookie card is the genuine article. In the sense that this is his first solo card, this is the real Bench RC card. However, there is a strong argument to be made for the Topps card from 1968, which we will discuss in further detail in the next article. This card’s design is simple and straightforward, but back in the day, sports cards didn’t come with a lot of bells and whistles. Because of the structure and design of the card, the viewer’s attention is drawn immediately to the Topps All-Star Rookie Team trophy graphic.
The Topps All-Star rookie trophy logo initially appeared a decade earlier in 1959, but the company changed the style of the trophy from one with a slugger on top to one with a bowl or cup on top in the 1970s.
Or, at least, he appears to be in this photograph.
2. 1968 Topps Johnny Bench Rookie Card247
SAVE THE ITEM TO YOUR CART Bench RC is considered to be the “original” Bench RC because this is the first known card of him to exist. A man called Ron Tompkins, who is seen in a Kansas City Athletics outfit, lives with him at the apartment. Bench and Tompkins are virtually on the same level of importance at this point in history. After that, they proceeded in very different paths. By the time this card was released, Tompkins had made five appearances in the Major Leagues, all with the Oakland Athletics in 1965.
Over the course of his MLB career, which totaled just over 50 innings, he made only two decisions, both of which were defeats.
Consequently, it is certain that his inclusion on this baseball card, beside a first-ballot Hall of Famer, is his claim to fame. This card, because of the juxtaposition of these two baseball careers, is truly one-of-a-kind, to say the least.
3. 2021 Topps Project 70 1972 Johnny Bench72
SAVE THE ITEM TO YOUR CART In addition to being the only card on our list that is from the current age, it is also the only one that refers to earlier periods in history. The design, layout, and overall appearance of the Johnny Bench baseball card from the Topps Project for 2021 are all quite important. All art majors will find this card intriguing, to say the least, and memorabilia collectors will like this gift as well, as would everyone else. As the picture of Bench himself has a distinct art house vibe to it, this is an exceedingly unique card that all Bench fans should make an effort to obtain.
4. 1970 Topps Johnny Bench Baseball Card660
SAVE THE ITEM TO YOUR CART Bench was on his way to earning the National League MVP award in only his third season in the league when this card was published. With his victory of the Rookie of the Year title in 1968, you could see that5 was on the verge of something genuinely unique. Over the next three years, you could see that5 was truly on the precipice of something amazing. Kobe Bryant rookie cards are a must-have Hall of Fame investment. For the most part, this snapshot is comparable to a “photo of a baseball catcher that is included with the frame.” Architect Mies Van Der Rohe and the Bauhaus movement are widely credited with coining the phrase “less is more,” which is reflected in the card design.
5. 1971 Topps Johnny Bench Baseball Card250
ADD TO CARTI ADD TO CARTI The text, colors, and design of this Topps series are all very 1970s, and it’s hard to imagine anything more so. And Johnny Bench is the ideal guy for the card manufacturer to endorse in this situation because he has a wholesome, squeaky clean image. At the time of publication, Topps had a complete monopoly on the baseball card market, and this issue was part of that run. In addition, it occurs at a time when the Cincinnati Reds, one of the oldest professional sports clubs in the history of sports anywhere on the planet, was on the cusp of entering their golden period.
6. 2016 Bowman Chrome Refractor Auto Johnny BenchMLBDA-JB (Red, Gold)
SAVE THE ITEM TO YOUR CART There’s a lot to like about this card. It has a really fascinating layout, image, and design, and it represents Bench taking part in some warm-up swings, which is presumably leading up to a highly dramatic, action-packed play. The 2016 Bowman Chrome Johnny Bench card seen above is the Red Refractor, which is less frequent and hence more desirable, while the Gold Refractor is even less common and therefore even more valuable.
7. 1973 Topps Johnny Bench Baseball Card380
SAVE THE ITEM TO YOUR CART Immediately recognizable as being from the 1970s, the design on this edition is distinct. The first thing you notice is the graphic in the upper right corner, which depicts a graphic of a certain spot on the diamond in a manner that mimics the opening credits of the James Bond film 007 (James Bond 007: Diamonds Are Forever). (“Is it simply for your eyes?” No, because this is a card that has a broad appeal.) When you show the catcher’s position, the silhouette becomes much more enigmatic and compelling, and both of these features are amplified even more.
No one else has the same level of visibility into the diamond at all times, which is why this role produces more future managers than any other.
8. 1972 Topps Johnny Bench Baseball Card433
INCLUDE IN CARTA Another year in which he was named MVP, and another design that is, to put it mildly, recognizable. Although it’s a little “strong,” or even “loud,” it’s more reminiscent of the old ABA (American Basketball Association) or retro pieces about the 1970s than it is of the actual 1970s. To put it another way, it’s a little over the top, to say the least. Eddie, your bench appears to be as stable as ever, and it contributes to the card’s overall balance, making it a lot more controllable and appealing card.
9. 2021 Topps Heritage 1972 Flashbacks Auto Johnny BenchFAR-JB
CARTO IMPORTANTE One of the few Johnny Bench baseball cards that comes with both an autograph and a relic is this one. Bench lovers who are also sports card investors will find this set, which will be released in 2021 under the Topps Heritage Brand, to be very appealing.
10. 1974 Topps Johnny Bench Baseball Card
INCLUDE IN CARTA Because of its symmetry and balance, this edition has a particularly intriguing design. The rectangular boxes provide a sensation of movement, and they are meant to imitate flags or pennants in appearance. It turns out that the sensation of movement works rather well with the photograph, as you can really feel Bench letting go of the bat and running for first base. That sense of movement is conveyed by this shot, which is the ideal photo to use within the layout. Bench was on his way to leading the National League in runs batted in for the second year in a row at the time of this card, indicating that he was certainly on the right track here.
Johnny Bench Career Highlights
- In 1989, he was elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York
- He is also the only catcher in baseball history to have led his league in home runs in both the American and National Leagues. 13 seasons in a row in which he caught 100 or more games
- Fourteen-time All-Star in the National League and two-time Most Valuable Player in the league’s history
- Bench retired with 356 home runs, which was the most ever hit by a catcher in the major leagues at the time of his retirement.
Johnny Bench Rookie Card Investment Outlook
Johnny Bench is regarded as a legend among legends in Cincinnati, where he spent the most of his professional life and was elected into the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame in 1986. When you consider the investment potential of his cards, he has nothing left to do. This is a double-edged sword when you consider his lack of accomplishments.
- Investors should consider purchasing this stock (4.3 out of 5). Ownership information is not available. An analysis of risk and return reveals that the risk is low and the return is moderately high. The best Johnny Bench card is from the 1969 Topps All-Star Rookie set. Cards for Johnny Bench as a rookie (95)
Having baseball cards of an untouchable hero in an era when everyone is subject to being dragged, they are rock solid and impenetrable. On the other hand, we are unable to identify any precise reasons why the value of these cards could increase in the future. What type of activation event may occur that would generate a significant amount of more interest in Johnny Bench and his trading cards? Anything is conceivable, but predicting the future is quite impossible at this moment. Right present, it appears that both the demand for and the availability of Johnny Bench cards will stay relatively consistent for the foreseeable future.
What is the value of a Johnny Bench baseball card?
Baseball cards with the highest monetary value are the T206 Honus Wagner, the 1952 Mickey Mantle Topps Rookie Card, and the 2009 Mike Trout Superfractor, all of which are valued at more than one million dollars combined.
1971 Johnny Bench baseball card value?
In June 2021, a 1971 Johnny Bench Topps Baseball Card with a PSA 8 grade sold for $1,576 at a public auction.
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Top 10 Johnny Bench Baseball Cards
When it comes to determining the best catcher of all-time, Johnny Benchoften comes out on top because he combined offensive power with exceptional defensive abilities in a way that had never been seen before in baseball history. He guided the Cincinnati Reds to the World Series four times, winning two championships along the way, and he quickly became one of the team’s fan favorites in the process. On this page, you’ll find some of the most memorable Johnny Bench baseball cards from the 1970s, as well as some of the finest Johnny Bench baseball cards ever created.
- Bench rose to prominence in his debut season after spending the previous two seasons in the minor levels, batting.275 with 15 home runs and 82 RBIs.
- Additionally, Bench became the first rookie to receive a Gold Glove award, which marked the beginning of a streak of ten consecutive Gold Gloves between 1968 and 1977 for Bench.
- He was the youngest player to get the accolade, having received it at the age of 22.
- Despite hitting 40 home runs and driving in 125 runs, Bench was named the National League MVP for the second consecutive year in 2013.
- Bench would not experience World Series triumph until the Big Red Machine won back-to-back pennants in 1975 and 1976, when he led his club to victories against the Boston Red Sox and the New York Yankees, respectively.
- On the cardboard front, one of Johnny Bench’s earliest baseball cards may be found in a series of Milton Bradley baseball board games from 1969, as part of a series of Johnny Bench baseball cards.
- In his first few seasons in the league, it is definitely one of the most cost-effective Bench cards available on the market.
Upper Deck, Bench, and Joe Morgan were all included in the Baseball Heroes insert set released in 1992.
Baseball Heroes cards may also be found towards the bottom of the wax boxes, which makes for an interesting twist for collectors to search down.
During the 1980s, several of the greatest players from the 1960s and 1970s were approaching retirement, and it became typical for the three major card makers of the time to produce cards commemorating their accomplishments.
Bench and Tom Seaver, who were temporarily teammates in 1982, were honored by Fleer.
Johnny Bench’s baseball card appearances from the 1970s contain some of the finest action images ever seen on a baseball card from that era, in addition to him being a beloved player.
The total worth of the card, as well as the design and historical significance of the card, were important considerations in compiling this top-ten ranking.
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10. 1976 Topps Johnny Bench300
A 1976 Topps card of Johnny Bench that appears to have been caught up in the action kicks off our series of incredible Johnny Bench cards. After there appears to have been a collision at home plate, the dirt is still flying about, and judging by the expression on Bench’s face, I’m very certain the runner was unharmed. It is without a doubt one of the best cards from the 1976 series.
9. 1977 Topps Joe Morgan, Johnny Bench411
In this 1977 Topps card, Bench’s accomplishments at the 1976 World Series are emphasized. Bench was named the World Series MVP after averaging more than.500 over the duration of the tournament. It also includes Bench’s former Big Red Machine partner Joe Morgan, who played with Bench from 1972 through 1979 on the same squad.
8. 1974 Topps Johnny Bench10
Johnny’s 1974 Toppscard back, in addition to displaying one of the most famous Bench images from his canon of baseball cards, serves as a reminder that Bench was once an aspiring country music singer. In celebration of his home state, he sang a song called “Oklahoma Morning” on the television variety show Hee Haw, which aired on NBC.
7. 2003 Topps Gallery Johnny Bench Bat RelicAR-JBE
However, Johnny Bench signature cards are frequently featured in recent baseball sets, such as 2015 Topps High Tek and 2016 Topps Legacies, and are thus extremely tough to take out of the pack. Collectors are more likely to come across a Bench relic, and a particularly excellent hit can be found in the 2003 Topps Gallery set, which includes an original painting as well as a bat relic piece from the player.
6. 1971 Topps Johnny Bench250
A future Hall of Famer, according to the back of his 1971 Topps Bench card, which was a huge claim for a 23-year-old player at the time, but Bench would prove it was correct later on in his career. During his rookie season, he was named to his first All-Star game, and he would continue to be selected to the squad every year until 1980.
5. 1972 Topps Johnny Bench433,434
Topps offered In Action cards of numerous players in their 1972 set, and these cards were placed right after the player’s base card on the checklist, as seen below. His Bench base card has him in a staged batting posture, but his In Action card depicts him attempting to find a pop-up in the outfield. This might be a forerunner to his iconic 1973 Topps card, which will be discussed in the next section.
4. 1973 Topps Johnny Bench380
A brilliantly timed shot of Bench catching a foul pop-up and nearly ending up in the San Francisco Giants’ dugout can be found on the back of my personal favorite Johnny Bench card, which can be found in 1973 Topps. Bench had thrown off his catcher’s mask in the seconds before the photograph was shot and is perilously near to tripping over a misplaced glove as well as the dugout stairs as he attempts to make the catch.
3. 1970 Topps Johnny Bench660
Bench’s debut in 1970 Topps is a part of the high-numbered series, making it one of the most difficult cards to locate in the whole set. Bench is a member of the Boston Red Sox. Bench was also featured on an All-Star card in the 1970 Topps set, which can be found here. Either of these cards at high grade is near the top of his list of most valuable cards in terms of total worth.
2. 1969 Topps Johnny Bench95,430
Johnny Bench only appeared in a couple of games during the 1967 season, but it was enough to keep him eligible to play as a rookie for the 1968 campaign. In his first full season, he won the Rookie of the Year award, earned a Gold Glove, and earned a trip to the All-Star game, rapidly establishing himself as one of the league’s most prominent players.
A bench card with the infamous All-Star Rookie Cup and an NL All-Star card featured in the 1969 Topps collection. Bench has two appearances in the set. Both cards are a good alternative to his more costly rookie card, which can be seen here.
1. 1968 Topps Johnny Bench, Ron Tompkins RC247
Bench shares his rookie card from 1968 Topps with teammate Ron Tompkins, who was never a pitcher for the Reds and never played in a game. Johnny appears on this card with his baseball cap flipped around, which is unusual for cards from this era. Bench’s rookie card from Topps is the second most valuable choice in the whole 1968 collection, only bested by Nolan Ryan’s rookie card, which is the most valuable option overall. At auction, near-mint graded copies may get upwards of $800.
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25 Most Watched Johnny Bench Baseball Cards on eBay
If you were a baseball card collector in the 1970s, Johnny Bench baseball cards were about the best you could get. Even your mother was undoubtedly familiar with the term owing to all of those prime-time games and subsequent championships, the numerous commercials.and The Baseball Bunch, among other things. As a catcher, being on the bench was a manager’s dream come true. He was sure-handed and had a good sense of when to call a game. He had a powerful arm and was up to the job of thwarting would-be thieves, tossing out 469 of them (for a success rate of 43 percent) over the course of 17 seasons.
He hit 389 home runs and drove in 1,374 runs during his career.
Bench, on the other hand, had multiple appearances on playing cards before the Machine started its engine.
Topps regular-issue cards are represented by two of them, while the other three are more obscure and fascinating.
1968 Topps Johnny Bench Rookie Card ( 247)
This is, without a doubt, the most appropriate location to begin. Although he made his professional debut with Cincinnati in 1967 as a 19-year-old, for collectors, his career begins with the 1968 Topps Johnny Bench rookie card. Bench is sporting a vintage headgear from the days before the Big Reds Machine, which has been twisted backward. On the left-hand side of the card, he is flanked by Ron Tompkins, a 6-foot-4 right-hander known as “Stretch,” who is also on the left-hand side of the card alongside him.
Depending on the condition of a Johnny Bench rookie card today, the value can vary significantly, but you can get a quality one for a lot less money than you might expect.
1967 Reds Photo Team Issue Postcards
This is the first time Bench has appeared on a baseball card in a major league uniform. The Reds published the card, which measures 3 12 inches by 5 12 inches and measures 3 12 inches by 5 12 inches. The cards, which were designed in a postcard-like style and released later in the season, include a player portrait, a facsimile autograph with a bluish-purple tint, and red text identifying the team as the “Cincinnati Reds.” The cards are not numbered and are thought to be extremely difficult to come by.
Benched got 14 hits in 86 at-bats, with six of those hits taking him to the plate for additional bases.
1968 Kahn’s Weiners Johnny Bench
Cincinnati-based beef firm Smithfield had been releasing baseball card issues since 1955, and the practice was to continue until 1969. These were really a component of the label that was applied to the outside of Kahn’s hot dog boxes. With 56 players included in the 1968 set, Bench is unquestionably the most expensive card in the collection. When in near mint condition, according to the latest Standard Catalog of Vintage Baseball Cards, the Bench card is worth $550 — more than any other card in the set, and more than twice the value of any other card in the set — assuming the card retains its top advertising panel and both of its bottom panels.
When both panels were intact, the 1968 cards measured 2 13/16 inches by 4 9/16 inches in size. Using vertical strips of yellow and white, a color photograph is framed. During the act of tossing off his mask, Bench is demonstrated. A facsimile autograph is also included on the card.
1968-69 Partridge Meats Johnny Bench
The Partridge Meats collection, which was published in connection with players’ autograph appearances at Kroger grocery stores in the Cincinnati region during the 1968-69 season, has 12 cards. A black-and-white photo collection is displayed against a borderless white backdrop on these cards, which are 4 inches by 5 inches in size. In the card, Bench is referred to as “John,” and it states that the Reds’ catcher “Likes” Partridge — the meats that have been infused with major league energy. Although difficult to come by and with prices now ranging from $400 to $1,000, this is another excellent early Bench card to own.
1970 Topps No. 660 Johnny Bench
Interestingly, this card was released during what was perhaps Bench’s best season in the major leagues: he hit 45 home runs, drove in 148 runs, and collected 177 hits, all of which were career highs for him. He was awarded a Gold Glove as well as the first of two National League Most Valuable Player honors throughout his career. In this illustration, Bench is depicted in a typical catcher’s position, as if he were kneeling behind the plate. In the backdrop, one can see the relatively new Tampa Stadium (the Big Sombrero) towering against a blue sky, which was captured during spring training in Tampa.
Printed in 1970 as part of Topps’ 7thseries, the Bench card was one of the most challenging high-numbered cards that the business published each year.
The following is a live list of the most popular Johnny Bench baseball cards currently available on eBay.
|1957 Topps Set Break138 Johnny Unitas VG-VGEX *GMCARDS*27 bids – Price: $400.00 -Watchers: 67Item384735111687|
|1971 Topps Set Break1 Johnny Unitas PSA 8 NM-MT25 bids – Price: $177.50 -Watchers: 47Item325050386285|
|2014-15 UPPER DECK YOUNG GUNS JOHNNY GAUDREAU ROOKIE RC211 PSA 10 GEM MINT28 bids – Price: $241.00 -Watchers: 47Item194851428688|
|1973 Topps Set Break380 Johnny Bench PSA 8 NM-MT31 bids – Price: $208.05 -Watchers: 44Item325050386354|
|1968 Topps Set Break247 Johnny Bench RC PSA 7 NM15 bids – Price: $308.00 -Watchers: 44Item325061277468|
|2014 TOPPS DEREK CARR AUTO JOHNNY MANZIEL SIGNED JIMMY GAROPPOLO ROOKIE CARD /928 bids – Price: $61.00 -Watchers: 41Item275171318601|
|2007 Upper Deck Sweet Spot Classic Johnny Bench Legendary Bat Autod/25 Reds10 bids – Price: $37.00 -Watchers: 40Item325061814689|
|1968 Topps Set Break247 Johnny Bench SGC 86 NM+ 7.538 bids – Price: $436.76 -Watchers: 37Item325050386257|
|1957-58 Topps Set Break10 Johnny Bucyk EX-EXMINT *GMCARDS*12 bids – Price: $45.00 -Watchers: 37Item384742849691|
|1975 Topps Set Break260 Johnny Bench SGC 9.5 MINT+15 bids – Price: $213.50 -Watchers: 34Item325050386420|
|2021 Topps Chrome Superfractor Johnny Bench Captains Cloth PSA 9 1/115 bids – Price: $66.00 -Watchers: 34Item294821030353|
|1909 E95 Philadelphia Caramel Set Break Johnny Evers PSA 3 VG8 bids – Price: $81.00 -Watchers: 34Item325063477294|
|1971 Topps250 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds HOF PSA 7 NM13 bids – Price: $158.05 -Watchers: 33Item384746816780|
|1972 Topps433 Johnny Bench PSA 8 NM-MT Cincinnati Reds18 bids – Price: $154.01 -Watchers: 32Item393940935921|
|Johnny Bench 2007 Upper Deck Sweet Spot Classic Signature Series Patch Auto /2514 bids – Price: $39.00 -Watchers: 32Item304363266028|
|Johnny Manziel Signed $1 US Currency AUTO PSA/DNA Authentic30 bids – Price: $86.00 -Watchers: 31Item373936982927|
|1969 Topps95 Johnny Bench Cincinnati Reds All Star Rookie HOF SGC 5 EX52 bids – Price: $102.50 -Watchers: 31Item373938789715|
|2014-15 Upper Deck Young Guns Johnny Gaudreau211 BGS 10 GEM MINT Rookie RC22 bids – Price: $355.00 -Watchers: 30Item203837035286|
|2021 Topps Definitive Collection Johnny Bench21/50 Auto Relic Reds Game Used12 bids – Price: $34.00 -Watchers: 30Item115260746542|
|1959 Topps Set Break1 Johnny Unitas EX-EXMINT *GMCARDS*21 bids – Price: $102.00 -Watchers: 29Item313875962333|
|2014-15 Upper Deck211 Johnny Gaudreau Young Guns YG Rookie nm-mt12 bids – Price: $18.47 -Watchers: 29Item304365978866|
|1968 Topps247 Johnny Bench Ron Tompkins RC Rookie PSA 67 bids – Price: $66.00 -Watchers: 29Item334339157363|
|1968 Topps Set Break247 Johnny Bench RC SGC 7 NM18 bids – Price: $360.00 -Watchers: 28Item325055934674|
|14-15 SP Authentic Johnny Gaudreau Flames Future Watch Auto FWA 168/999JYA13 bids – Price: $108.85 -Watchers: 27Item403487833603|
|1957 topps johnny unitas138 psa 5.516 bids – Price: $504.99 -Watchers: 27Item384747175106|
|2021 Topps Tribute Johnny Bench Auto SP44/60 Cincinnati RedsTA-JB12 bids – Price: $38.00 -Watchers: 25Item275175116309|
|1968 Topps Set Break247 Johnny Bench LOW GRADE (crease) *GMCARDS*14 bids – Price: $22.00 -Watchers: 25Item384736852335|
Over the course of his career, Bob has worked as a journalist and copy editor for more than 35 years, and has been blogging for more than a decade. He is commemorating his 50th year of card collecting, and his favorite card is a 1965 Topps Mickey Mantle that he still has in his collection. You can get in touch with him at
Buy Johnny Bench Baseball Cards
Johnny Bench was the best catcher of the 1970s, and perhaps the best catcher of all time. When you take a look back, Bench was the greatest hitting, best fielding, best running, best throwing, and hit with the most power for his position throughout the entire decade in which he played baseball. How many players can you think of who have dominated any position in such a way as this? Bench is the MVP of the 1970s, in my opinion, and he gets my vote. While the Johnny Bench Rookie Card from 1968 left a lot to be desired, it was typical of cards from that era in terms of design and quality.
- When you consider how good of a player Johnny Bench was, I believe that baseball cards of him are one of the finest buys available.
- Johnny Bench’s 1969 Topps, 1970 Topps, and 1975 Topps cards all have him at the catcher position, which is a lovely touch.
- Also, be sure to check out Dean’s Cards for action images from the years 1972 through 1974.
- Dean Hanley is the author of this piece.
One-Phase Analysis (PSA 6.5 – EX/MT+$960.00$816 with a 15 percent reduction) 15 percent discount applied to 1PSA 6 – EX/MT$720.00$612 after 15 percent discount with 15 percent discount, 2Excellent/Mint – 6$520.00$442 after 15 percent discount with 10 percent discount, 1Excellent – 5$400.00$360 after 10% discount with a 10% discount, 1Very Good/Excellent – 4$300.00$270 after a 10% discount Following the 10 percent reduction, 2Very Good+ – 3.5$225.00$203 3 Following the 10 percent reduction, Very Good – 3$160.00$144 10 percent discount applied to 5PSA 2.5 – GD+$210.00$189 after the 10 percent discount Following a 10 percent reduction, 1Good+ costs $165.00$149.
with 10 percent discount, 1good – 2$125.00$113 after 10% discount Following the 5 percent reduction, 1Fair – 1.5$83.50$79 3Poor – 1$60.00$57 after a 5 percent discount 3Poor – 1$60.00$57 after a 5 percent discount Following the 10 percent discount, 1PSA 7 costs NM$180.00$162 (after 10 percent discount).
with a 5 percent discount, 3Excellent/Mint – 6$81.00$77 after the discount after a 5 percent discount, 3Very Good/Excellent+ 4.5$52.50$50 after a 5 percent discount 5 percent off 1PSA 4 VG/EX for a total of $56.00$53 after the discount.
EX/MT$485.00$437.00 after a ten percent discount 2PSA 6 After a 10% discount, 1Excellent/Mint – 6$360.00$324 after a 10% discount 10 percent discount applied to 1SGC 5.5 – EX+$350.00$315 after 10 percent discount 1 4.4160.00$144 after a 10 percent discount Very Good/Excellent 4.4160.00$144 with a ten percent discount, 5good – 2$125.00$113 10 percent off 1Excellent/Mint – $616.00$144 after the ten percent discount 1Near Mint/Mint – $82.001 1Near Mint/Mint – $82.001 Excellent/Mint – 6$22.501 Excellent/Mint Good to Excellent – 4$13.001 Very Good to Excellent 10 percent discount applied to PSA 8 NM/MT price of $190.00$171.00 10 percent discount applied to 1Near Mint – 7$110.00$99 after the 10 percent discount 5 percent off 1Excellent/Mint – 6 $900.00 $86 after the 5 percent off 1 4.60.00$57.50 with a 5 percent discount Very Good/Excellent 4.60.00$57.50 after the 5 percent discount, 1Near Mint – 7$67.50$64 after the 5 percent discount $29.005 for 3Excellent/Mint condition.
- Excellent+ – 5.5$28.001 Excellent+ – 5.5$28.001 Excellent+ – 5.5$28.001 Excellent+ – 5.5$28.001 Excellent+ – 5.5 4.50 Very Good/Excellent+ $ 15.001 $15.00 Outstanding – 4$6.006 Very Good/Excellent The price of PSA 8 NM/MT is $270 ($243 with a ten percent discount).
- 1 Following a 10 percent reduction, Near Mint costs $7,100.00$90.
- after 15 percent discount, 1PSA 7 costs NM$880.00$748 after 15 percent discount After a 10% discount, 1Excellent/Mint – 6$275.00$248 after a 10% discount EX$145.00$131 after a ten percent discount on 2PSA 5.
- The price of PSA 8 in NM/MT is $200.00, which becomes $180 with a ten percent reduction.
- 10 percent discount on 1PSA 6 – EX/MT$160.00$144 after 10 percent discount After a ten percent discount, 1Excellent/Mint costs $120.00$108.
Following the 5 percent discount, 1Very Good/Excellent+ – 4.5$87.50$83 after the 5 percent discount 1 4.4$75.00$71 with a 5 percent discount Very Good/Excellent 1 Following the 5 percent reduction, Very Good+ – 3.5$67.50$64 1 Excellent – 3$60.00$57 with a 5 percent discount Very Good 2.2Good+ – 2.5$50.00$48.50 after a five percent discount 10 percent off 1PSA 8 NM/MT $435.00$392 with the discount 1PSA 8 NM/MT Following the 10 percent discount, 1PSA 7 costs NM$190.00$171 after the discount.
at a 10 percent discount, 1Near Mint – 7$140.00$126 10 percent discount applied to 1PSA 6 – EX/MT$120.00$108 after 10 percent discount after 5 percent discount, 1Excellent – 5$55.00$52 after 5 percent discount 2Very good/excellent – 4$30.506 2Very good/excellent 10 percent discount applied to PSA 8 NM/MT price of $100.00$90.00 after 10 percent discount 2Seconds to Mint/Near Mint – 8$75.00$71 after a five percent discount After the 5 percent discount, 1Near Mint+ – 7.5$52.50$50 after the 5 percent discount 2Excellent/Mint+ – 6.5$22.503Excellent/Mint – 6$18.003Excellent/Mint – 6.5$22.503 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4 The price of PSA 8 in NM/MT is $65.50, which becomes $62.50 with a 5 percent discount.
1Near Mint/Mint – 8$44.503Excellent/Mint+ – 6.5$17.003Excellent/Mint+ – 6.5$17.003 6$9.754 for Excellent/Mint condition Excellent+ – 5.5$11.001 Excellent+ – 5.5$11.001 Very Good/Excellent – 4$4.506 Very Good/Excellent 8.5$56.50$54 after a 5 percent discount for near mint/mint condition $39,501 2Near Mint+ – 7.5 $39,501 Excellent/Mint+ 6.5$19.001 Excellent/Mint+ Excellent/Mint – 6$12.005 Excellent/Mint – 6$12.005 Excellent+ – 5.5$11.001 Excellent+ – 5.5$11.001 Extremely Good/Excellent – 4 dollars and nine cents After the 5 percent discount, Near Mint/Mint – 8$75.00$71 after 5 percent discount, 2Near Mint+ – 7.5$63.50$60 after discount 1 The price of PSA 7 after a 5 percent reduction is $NM$69.50$66.
1 6$38.002 Excellent/Mint Condition 4.
8$29.004 Near Mint/Mint Condition 6$5.506 for Excellent/Mint condition Very Good/Excellent+ 4.5$3.501 Very Good/Excellent+ Four dollars and fifty cents (four dollars and fifty cents) after 10 percent discount, PSA 8 – NM/MT$400.00$360 after a 10 percent discount after a 5 percent discount, 1Excellent/Mint – 6$86.50$82 after a 5 percent discount 3-5$60.00$57 after a 5-percent discount 3Excellent – 5$60.00$57 1 4.4$53.00$50 after a 5 percent discount Very Good/Excellent 1 Four dollars and fifty cents (four dollars and fifty cents) Extremely Good/Exceptional – 4$8.001 Mint – $7,115.00, reduced to $104.00 with a ten percent discount at a 5 percent discount, 3Excellent/Mint – 6$75.00$71 2 Very Good/Excellent – 4$42.002 Very Good/Excellent 3.50$37.502 Very Good+ – 3.5 Close to Mint+ – 7.5$70.50$67 after a 5 percent discount Near Mint+ 1Excellent/Mint – 6$24.002 1Excellent/Mint 4.5 out of 5 stars Very Good/Excellent+ $14.001 4$9.006PSA 10 – GEM/MT$150.00$135 with a ten percent discount Very good/excellent 1 8$45.002 Near Mint/Mint Condition 5 percent off Near Mint+ – 7.5$54.50$52 after the 5 percent off Following the 5 percent discount, 1PSA 7 costs NM$55.00$52.
1Excellent/Mint – 6$18.006 1Excellent/Mint – 6$18.006 1Excellent/Mint – 6$18.006 Excellent+ – 5.5$23.001 Excellent+ – 5.5$23.001 Very Good/Excellent – 4$19.001 Very Good/Excellent Excellent+ – 3.5$17.501 Very Good+ – 3.5 8$27.505 Near Mint/Mint Condition Near Mint+ – 7.5$27.501 Near Mint+ 6$8.506 for Excellent/Mint condition 4.50$6.501 Very Good/Excellent+ 4.50$6.501 Following the 10 percent discount, Very Good/Excellent – 4$5.002PSA 8 – NM/MT$210.00$189 after the 10 percent discount After the 10 percent discount, 1Near Mint/Mint – 8$155.00$140 after the 10 percent discount after a 5 percent discount, 2near mint – 7$90.00$86 after a 5 percent discount after a 5 percent discount, 3Excellent/Mint+ – 6.5$80.00$76 after a 5 percent discount 5 percent off 1Excellent/Mint – $65.00$51.00 after the 5 percent discount 3 Very Good/Excellent+ – 4.5$36.502 Very Good/Excellent+ Good to Excellent – 4$33.001 Very Good/Excellent The price of Very Good+ – 3.5$29.501PSA 8 – NM/MT is $57.50$55 after a five percent discount 1Near Mint/Mint – 8$35.002 1Near Mint/Mint Near Mint+ – 7.5$29.501 Near Mint 6.5$16.001 Excellent/Mint+ 6.5$16.001 6$9.004 for Excellent/Mint condition Excellent+ – 5.5$10.001 Excellent+ Four dollars and fifty cents (four dollars and fifty cents) 6$11.502 for Excellent/Mint condition Near Mint+ – 7.5$38.501 Near Mint 6$10.002 Excellent/Mint Condition after 10% discount, PSA 8 – NM/MT$365.00$329 after 10% discount PSA 7 costs $175.00 ($158.00 after a 10% discount) in New Mexico.
1 Perfect condition/mint condition – $690.00$86 with a 5 percent discount after the 5 percent discount, 1PSA 8 NM/MT$95.00$90 after the 5 percent discount 1 Excellent/Mint – 6$26.001 Excellent/Mint 6$22.002 Excellent/Mint Condition Mint – $72.00$68.00 at a five percent discount 1 10 percent discount applied to near mint/mint condition – $8220.00$198 after 10 percent discount applied 1 Good to Excellent – 4$18.001 Very Good to Excellent Excellent/Mint – 6$37.501 Excellent/Mint 6$21.504 Excellent/Mint Condition The rating is 4$13.003 for Very Good/Excellent.
MINT – PSA 9 – After a 20 percent reduction, the price is $1,120$896.
1 with 10 percent discount, Near Mint+ is 7.5$230.00$207 after 10 percent discount after 10 percent discount, 1PSA 7 costs NM$215.00$194 after 10 percent discount 1 10 percent discount applied to Near Mint price of 7$160.00$144.
1 4.5$55.00$52 after a 5 percent discount Very Good/Excellent 1 Very Good+ – 3.5$45.501 Very Good+ – 3.5 10 percent discount applied to PSA 10 – GEM/MT$370.00$333 after ten percent discount 1 8$45.001 Near Mint/Mint Condition Very Good/Excellent – 4$15.001 Very Good/Excellent 8$13.001PSA Near Mint/Mint Condition Eighth, after the 10 percent reduction, NM/MT$180.00$162 1 6$40.001 Excellent/Mint Condition Excellent+ – 5.5$37.001 Excellent+ – 5$37.001 Four dollars and fifty cents (four dollars and fifty cents) Excellent+ – 3.5$16.501 Very Good+ – 3.5 8.5$50.50$48 after a 5 percent discount for near mint/mint condition 1 Excellent/Mint – 6$20.001 Excellent/Mint 4.50$8.504 for Very Good/Excellent Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4$10.002 Very Good/Excellent – 4 6$17.501 for Excellent/Mint condition 6$13.001 for Excellent/Mint condition Very Good/Excellent – 4$6.751 Very Good/Excellent after 5 percent discount, Near Mint+ – 7.5$87.00$83 after 5 percent discount 1 Following the 5 percent reduction, Near Mint costs $75.00$48.
1 6$44.503 Excellent/Mint Condition Excellent+ – 5.5$36.502 Excellent+ Four dollars and fifty cents (four dollars and fifty cents) 6$26.002 Excellent/Mint Condition Near Mint/Mint – 8$40.503 Near Mint/Mint Excellent/Mint+ 6.5$23.501 Excellent/Mint+ 6$20.002 Excellent/Mint Condition Excellent+ – 5.5$17.001 Excellent+ Four dollars and fifty cents (four dollars and fifty cents) 6$5.502 for Excellent/Mint condition Extremely Good/Exceptional – 4$2.852 8$51.00 Near Mint/Mint condition After a 5% discount3, the price drops to $48.
6$16.004 Excellent/Mint Condition Excellent/Very Good – 4$10.001 Very Good/Exceptional 8$17.506 Near Mint/Mint Condition Near Mint+ – 7.5$23.501 Near Mint 6.5$17.501 Excellent/Mint+ 6.5$17.501 Outstanding+ – 4.5$11,001 Very Good/Excellent+ Near Mint+ 7.5$23.002 Near Mint 6$12.001 for Excellent/Mint condition Near Mint/Mint – 8$30.001 Near Mint/Mint 6$13.001 for Excellent/Mint condition 4$6.501 for Very Good/Excellent quality 8$25.503 Near Mint/Mint Condition The Near Mint+ grade is 7.5$24.502 6$15.001 for Excellent/Mint condition Near Mint/Mint – 8$25.501 Near Mint/Mint 6.5$8.001 for Excellent/Mint+ condition.
6$7.002 Excellent/Mint Condition Near Mint/Mint – 8$10.002 Near Mint/Mint – 8$12.001 Near Mint/Mint – 8$19.001 Near Mint/Mint – 8$32.003 8$25.002 Near Mint/Mint Condition Excellent/Mint – 6$9.002 Near Mint/Mint – 8$6.251 8$9.002 Near Mint/Mint Condition Excellent/Mint – 6$16.001 Excellent/Mint – 6$18.001 Excellent/Mint – 6$34.001