Breaking into Pre-War Collecting: Early Caramel/Candy Cards
New Unchecklisted Discovery in H804-34 Pink and Blue Trade Card Set
Top Five (okay, Six) Pre-War Cards of All Time
Ugliest Card of All Time? The 1933 Eclipse Babe Ruth has a solid case.
Rare Burdick Listing Leads to PSA Now Grading W542 Strip Cards
New Unchecklisted Babe Ruth Discovery in 1921-22 Schapira Big Show Candy Set
Starting a Pre-War Card Collection with $100
Are 1887 Buchner Gold Coin Cards Really Generic? Nope.
A Look at the 21 Known Errors in the T205 Set
Sorting out the N48 and N508 Dixie, Virginia Brights, and Sub Rosa Women’s Baseball Sets
Rare Pifer & Becker Cabinets Linking to 1893 Just So Tobacco Cards on the Auction Block
1952 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 9, Meet Honus Wagner T206. Wagner, Mantle.
A Closer Look at Decalco Litho’s W519 and W521 Strip Cards
1935-36 Muratti: Nope, Still not a Babe Ruth Card
Are baseball cards a sound investment? Forbes article says yes.
Does T100 Honest Silhouettes Baseball Card Feature Roger Bresnahan?
Jefferson Burdick named a 2018 SABR Chadwick Award Recipient
Unrivaled: Why T206 Remains the Top Baseball Card Set of All Time
Ranking all 30 of the E96 Philadelphia Caramel Cards
Making Sense of the Photo Identification Errors in the 1916 Tango Eggs Set
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Are the Demmitt and O’Hara T206 St. Louis Cards Underrated?
Heritage Auctions Discoveries in 1930 Blue Ribbon Malt Set Expand Checklist
Babe Ruth’s Most Affordable Cards from his Playing Days
1934 Goudey Jimmie Foxx is One Poor Card
Jack Barry’s T207 picture is the set’s most interesting pose
Putting together an E91 American Caramel set? Good freaking luck with that.
Red Grange No. 9B card in 1926 Shotwell set a true rarity
1936 Goudey set the perfect introduction for new pre-war collectors
Toy Town Stamps on Pre-War Cards are Fascinating but Little Else
H804-34 Pink and Blue Trade Card Pose Discovered Elsewhere
Variations Bolster a W512 Strip Card Master Checklist
T88 Mutt and Jeff, the Chicago Cubs, and … copyright issues?
All 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth Cards are not Created Equal
F52 Fro Joy Set began with Gene Tunney, not Babe Ruth
FC24 – One Hockey Card Designation with Three Possibilities
Breaking Down the American Card Catalog
How the 1938 Lew Fonseca Kellogg’s Box Panels Helped Build a Baseball School
How to Grade Your Cards … Accurately. Somewhat. Maybe.
Discovering a New T205 John Titus Print Error Variation
Ranking all 36 of the 1935 Goudey Card Fronts
George Wood Horizontal Pose a Gem in the 1887 N284 Buchner Gold Coin Set
New 1938 Sawyer Biscuit Discovery Expands Checklist
Size, Cut, Color, and Defects are Keys to Identifying Scraps
Identifying the Japanese Baseball Catcher in the 1932 Sanella and Astra Sets
What are the Top Ten T51 Murad Cards? Glad you asked.
Legendary Ten Million T212 Obak Card Lives On 100+ Years Later
Sam York’s 172 Consecutive Made Field Goals Documented on Pre-War Card
Breaking into Pre-War Collecting: Strip Cards
Breaking into Pre-War Collecting: Game Cards
Rarity for the Four Ty Cobb T206 Variations
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Comparing the R79 Leader Discs with M30 and R123 Seal Craft Issues
Rare Baseball Stamp Part of 1930s Safety Promotion
What is Joe DiMaggio doing in the 1939 Orcajo Cincinnati Reds Postcard Set?
Could 1938 Whitman Big League Baseball Game Card Baserunner be Lou Gehrig?
1890s J.L. Prescott Enameline Paper Dolls Wichita Wholesale Grocery Back Stamp Variation Discovered
Solving a 1938 Sawyer Biscuit Cabinet Mystery and Adding One to the Checklist
1905 Bergman Ivy League Football Postcards
Before there was Bowman, Topps, and Goudey, there was … Fleer?
E120-like Cards in 1922 Olsen’s Baseball Game Ad a Mystery
A New Twist in H804-38 ‘An Accurate Barometer’ Trade Cards Set
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