Is the Underappreciated 1901-02 Ogden’s Tabs General Interest Set King of the 20th Century?
Golf’s First Stars Depicted on Early Tobacco Cards
Rare 1933 Stoodleigh’s Set Fully Documented for First Time
Five Easy Steps to Collecting Pre-War Cards
100 Years Later: Following Bans, Players Largely Forgotten in Gum Card Era (Part V of V)
100 Years Later: Despite Ties to Scandal, Interest for Clean White Sox Players is Tepid (Part IV of V)
100 Years Later: Cards of Others Associated with the Black Sox Scandal (Part III of V)
Rare Pat Moran T205 Stray Line Variation Remains a Mystery to Collectors
100 Years Later: Interesting Cards of Cincinnati Reds Players in the 1919 Series (Part II of V)
100 Years Later: The 1919 Chicago Black Sox Remain Popular with Collectors (Part I of V)
The ‘Other’ Jack Dempsey
A Perfect 10: Gem Mint SGC E98 Black Swamp Find Ty Cobb Surfaces on eBay
More Questions Than Answers Surround Rare L.A. Becker W516 Strip Cards
Dick Merriwell Surfaces on a Rare Postcard
T206 Back Stamps are Varied and Numerous
John Titus T206 Card Remains Popular with Collectors
Modern Ramblings: My Top Ten Dwight Gooden Cards
Pre-War Cards: The Year in Review
A history of the popular Goudey and World Wide Gum cards
Modern Ramblings of a Pre-War Collector: Let’s Rank the Pro Set Santa Claus Cards
Trio of Big Names Leads the C46 Imperial Tobacco Set
Restored Honus Wagner T206 Fetches $420,000 … But What Does It Mean?
What are Exhibit Cards? Here’s a Look at the Basics.
So You Wanna Grade Your Cards? Here are the Basics.
Cap Anson’s Old Judge Uniform Variation may be Top 19th Century Card
Heritage to Auction PSA’s Highest-Graded 1933 Goudey Set
Hunt Auctions to Offer Items from Babe Ruth’s Personal Collection
British Columbia Sports Hall of Fame fills gaps in 1930s Vancouver Peanuts checklist
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T206 Autograph Scam Continues to Grow with More Affected Cards
Pennsylvania Find of Pre-War Cards Hits the Auction Block
Forged (and Authenticated) T206 Signatures Prove Autograph Game is a Risky One
Red Infield B18 Blanket Variations Among Rarest of the Rare
Early Postcards Document Connection Between Thanksgiving and Football
Where Can I Buy and Sell Baseball Cards?
The (Somewhat) Unlikely Subject with the Most T206 Cards
The 1930s John Cotton Golf Strokes Sets may be the Biggest Small Sets in the World
T206 Cards for a Dime? Let’s Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane.
Possible Second Known 1934 Schutter-Johnson Strong Man Card Emerges
Assessing Rarity on T218 Subjects by Sport
Rare Joe Tinker T206 Variation Full of Mystery
Cutting Up a Baseball Card on Purpose? Meet the N228-5 Kinneys.
1934 Butterfinger Overprints a Rare ‘Variation’
New Error/Variation Discovered in 1936 Player’s Cigarettes Tennis Set
1928-29 Player and Sons Footballers Set Combined Soccer and Rugby
National Sports Collectors Convention Announces Upcoming Locations Through 2023
New Auction Site Will Cater to Non-Sports Card Collectors
Harry Beecher is Credited as the Subject of the First Football Card. But Who was He?
Rare E121 American Caramel Cuts a Mystery
Beginning an Entirely Senseless Dwight Gooden Personal Collection
Studying the Two Types of Cloetta Ross Cards
Two T202 Hassan Triple Folders Panels Still Raise Questions for Collectors
Did Goudey’s Sport Kings Set Prevent a Truly Special Ty Cobb Card?
Jimmy Dykes Error Card Overlooked in Popular 1933 Goudey Set
Should Strip Cards Receive Numerical Grades?
Kimball Champions Set Featured the Oddest of the Odd
This is a Very Bad Haircut
Jefferson Burdick Viewed Cards Differently than we do Today
High-Grade PSA T206 Baseball Card Collection Raises $8 Million
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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
12 Fast Facts About the Honus Wagner T206 Card
Backlog Issues by Grading Companies Won’t be Fixed Overnight
Rare 1923 Lections Cards Have Holes … and no one Seems to Care
Babe Ruth Card No. 100 in Topps’ Living Set
Is the Babe Ruth Rookie Card Undervalued?
For Better or Worse, SGC Sheet Cuts can be Game Changer
Who Rules in Pre-War Card Collecting — Babe Ruth or Ty Cobb?
‘Buy The Card, Not The Holder’
Six Items Top $100,000 in REA Fall Auction
W512 and W513 Strip Cards are Part of the Same Set Despite Major Differences
What is the True Number of Cards in the T206 Set?
Are Some R316 Kashin Baseball Cards Really Brody Novelty Issues?
Autographed 4-in-1 Exhibit Card Signed by Ruth, Gehrig Sells for $38,400
Distinguishing Between the Five Diamond Matchbooks Baseball Sets
Price guides not often effective when dealing in pre-war cards
Abe Attell Cards Popular with Baseball Collectors due to 1919 Black Sox Scandal
The Story of the (Nearly) Quadruple Printed Babe Ruth Kashin Cards
Black Sox Scandal Fallout not the Only Reason for Lack of Shoeless Joe Jackson Cards
What if the Nap Lajoie 1933 Goudey Card Wasn’t Shortprinted?
Allen & Ginter, Kimball, and Goodwin Champions Got Their Start in 1800s
How a Common T202 Card Became Worth Hundreds Overnight
The Great Debate: What is a Rookie Card?
Trade Cards were at the Forefront of the Sports Card Hobby
Highest-Graded PSA T206 Set up for Auction by Heritage
Variations in T207 Set Add to its Intrigue
1938 Goudey Set Design Draws Mixed Reviews Among Collectors
Can Boxing Cards Increase in Value? It’s Complicated.
Keys to Effective Pre-War Setbuilding
Like the T206 Set, T205 Backs are Numerous and Collectable
Beaton’s Bars Overprint in V145-2 Hockey Set a Rare Variation
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
Pre-War Bargains: 1925/1934 Ya-Lo Football Game Cards
Are These 1919 Strip Cards Honus Wagner, Shoeless Joe Jackson, and Hughie Jennings Issues?
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