A strange tale of Ty Cobb and an odd boxing tobacco card
Five reasons why grading companies are necessary for the card industry
Flea Market Find: 1914 Farmer Burns Wrestling School Newsletters
When a Pre-War Collector Goes Rogue
Pre-War Gum Card Details Curious Case of Boxer that Died but won a Fight
What’s the deal with Mike Donlin and rarity?
Pre-War Rookie Cards Often Difficult to Determine
(Not) Live from the 2018 National Sports Collectors Convention: Friday
Goldin Auctions’ PSA 9 Babe Ruth 1933 Goudey Card Sells for Record $319,150
SGC introduces new slabs at 2018 National
(Not) Live from the 2018 National Sports Collectors Convention: Thursday
(Not) Live from the 2018 National Sports Collectors Convention: Wednesday
Jeff Pfeffer ‘Chicaco’ Card Latest T206 Print Variation Craze
Card Collectors Still Struggle with the Idea of Gambling vs. the Sure Thing
Newest Ty Cobb-Backed Tobacco Card Headed to Auction
To Slab or Not to Slab: The Graded Sports Card Conundrum
A Fresh Look at the Confusing E122 American Caramel Checklist
Incredible Near Set of Rare 1916 M101-4 Indianapolis Brewing Cards Discovered
Roots of American Tennis found in 19th Century tobacco cards
Addie Joss T205 issue remains a top pre-war tribute card
Pre-War Cards Site Updates Include Boxing, Tennis, Golf, and Wrestling
Black Swamp Find of E98 Cards Remains a Cautionary Tale for High-Grade Collectors
Five Best T201 Mecca Double Folder Pairings
Odd 1938 Goudey Card Numbering Remains a Mystery
Newly Added Card to Rare R873 Victorian Football Expands Checklist and Removes Doubt
What’s the Deal With: A Random Joe Jackson Apostrophe?
UK Tobacco Sets a Great Way to Break into Pre-War Card Collecting
Modern Baseball Card Ramblings of a Pre-War Collector: Licensing Exclusivity has its Pros, Cons
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An Abundantly Bad Ty Cobb Typo Proves Even Stars Not Immune to Mistakes
Pop Reports Suggest One of Two Lou Gehrig Cards in 1933 Goudey Set is Undervalued
Pre-War Bargains: Ted Williams 1939-46 Salutations Exhibit
Modern Baseball Card Ramblings of a Pre-War Collector: 1988 Topps PSA Graded Packs
What Happened to the 12 Minor Leaguers in the T205 Set?
Five Weird Things You Didn’t Know Existed in the American Card Catalog
Rare 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth PSA 9 to be Offered in Goldin’s Summer Auction
Pre-War Collectors Should Embrace Idea of Old Players Appearing on New Cards
Ten Rules of the Babe Ruth Home Run Candy Club
Key Cards of Pre-War Player and WWI Captain Eddie Grant
‘100 Subjects’ Referenced on E90-1 American Caramel Backs Remains a Mystery
Demonstrating the T201 Mecca Double Folders Cards
Can You Solve this 19th Century Baseball Puzzle Found in the Duke N125 Set?
An Unnecessary Recap of Shenanigans at the Monroeville Baseball Card Show
Numerous Variations Found in the 1916-17 Sports of the World Set
Pre-War Bargains: Joe DiMaggio 1936 National Chicle Rookie
Ty Cobb Green Background T206 Cards on a Tear but Will it Last?
Pre-War Bargains: 1905 New York Giants Postcard Scorecard with Christy Mathewson
Another Ty Cobb-Backed Tobacco Card Discovered
Family Records Document the 1924 Walter Mails Game Cards … and Plans for a Second Set
Obscure Pre-War Babe Ruth cards? There are a lot of them.
Mickey Mantle 1952 Topps PSA Sells for $2.88 Million but Falls Short of T206 Wagner
Buried in the T206 Set are Various Polar Bear Print Flaws
What if the Honus Wagner T206 Wasn’t a Short Print?
Rarity of T207 Compared to T205/T206 Brethren is Astonishing
Early Caramel Cards Appear to be Underappreciated … and Undervalued
Are These the Most Confusing Pre-War Cards of All-Time?
Fake T213 Coupon and Rare T206 Backs Provide a Valuable Reminder
Five Reasons Pre-War Cards Belong in Your Collection
Ranking the T206 Backs from Worst to Best
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The Honus Wagner T206 card is tough to find but these Wagners are rarer
No shortage of annoying eBay tricks from sellers of baseball cards
Rare Ty Cobb T206 Broad Leaf 460 to be Auctioned by REA
New Discovery in H804-41 Girl Series Trade Card Set
What is the Trophy on the Hal Chase T206 Card?
Ty Cobb’s Least Expensive Pre-War Cards
Ugliest Pre-War Set? I Present the W9316 Strip Cards.
Ten of the Rarer, Somewhat Under the Radar, T206 Commons
Is this the first baseball card? Well, about that …
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
Sometimes the Box WAS the Card
Recent Discoveries Prove There is Much to Learn About Pre-War Cards
Overview of the Rare Ty Cobb Cards with Ty Cobb Tobacco Backs
New Discovery of Fred Tenney Card Adds to E104 Nadja Checklist
Original Photo from Joe DiMaggio 1936 National Chicle Fine Pen Issue Comes to Auction
Pre-War Bargains: George Sisler 1925 Turf/Boguslavsky Card
Pre-War Bargains: 1893 Arbuckle America Baseball Card
Just What the Heck is Going on in this Baseball Scene?
T206 Honus Wagner comes to eBay
Pre-War Card Find in Pennsylvania Yields Nearly 100 T206 Cards, Near T227 Set, and More
Pre-War Bargains: Tris Speaker 1920s W512 Strip Card
Shortprints One of Many Hurdles to Completing E90-1 American Caramel Set
1911-12 C55 Georges Vezina Graded SGC 92 Highlights Huggins & Scott’s Pre-War Offerings
Understanding the Role of Condition When Buying Pre-War Cards
A Rare Album Offers Details About the Unique 1930 Baguer Chocolate Set
Little Known 1932 Astra Cards Vastly Underrated Compared to Sanella Issue
Sex Sells: Women were popular in 1800s baseball issues
When World War I hit, baseball card production dropped
So, what is a pre-war card, anyway?
Nap Lajoie 1933 Goudey was the Ultimate Chase Card … and had Ties to Babe Ruth
Ultra Rare Horizontal-Backed W514 Mother’s Bread Strip Card in Goldin Auction
W590 Strip Cards with Numbers on Sides are a Unique Find
Even with His Career Nearly over, Babe Ruth Ruled the 1930s Baseball Card Issues
Baseball Comics Trade Cards – An Inconvenience Even Jefferson Burdick Didn’t Want
Ten Ways to Help Avoid Fakes in the Vintage Card Market
Could T205 be Better Long-Term Investment than T206?
Can 1914 Cracker Jack Cards Give Insight Into Survival Rate of Pre-War Cards?
Here are some of the easiest pre-war sets to complete
Ambidextrous Glove Could Explain Bill Burns’ T206 ‘Error’ Card
Fenway Breweries Overprint on 1913 Tom Barker Game Cards a True Rarity
Starting a Pre-War Card Collection with $100
Are 1887 Buchner Gold Coin Cards Really Generic? Nope.
A Look at the 23 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
Ranking all 25 of the 1909 E95 Philadelphia Caramel Cards
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