1917 H801-8 (E135) Boston Store Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title H801-8 (E135) Boston Store
Year 1917
Size 2″ x 3 1/4″
Images Black and White
Type Trade
Number in Set
200

H801-8 Boston Store Overview

Boston Store Back

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The 1917 H801-8 Boston Store cards were black and white with player images, names, positions, and teams on the front along with a card number. The set is virtually identical to the E135 Collins-McCarthy set.

Because they are the same cards used for the Collins-McCarthy set, they are sometimes called E135 cards. However, that isn’t really correct since they weren’t caramel/candy cards. They were even designated separately by Jefferson Burdick in the American Card Catalog, who classified them as H801-8 cards. The two sets merely shared the same pictures/players.

The lone difference between the set are the backs. The Collins-McCarthy backs state there are 200 cards comprising their ‘Baseball’s Hall of Fame’ with the Collins-McCarthy name, logo, and slogan. The Boston Store backs, instead, read as an advertisement for their store.

Specifically, the store mentioned the sale of boys’ items, including clothing, hats, shirts, handkerchiefs, sporting goods, and more.

Despite its name, which would lead most people to believe otherwise, the Boston Store was not actually located in Boston. It was located in the midwest and the H801-8 Boston Store cards are rare. As of the time of this writing, PSA has graded only about 300 of them in all.

H801-8 Boston Store Checklist

  1. Sam Agnew
  2. Grover Alexander
  3. W.S. Alexander
  4. Leon Ames
  5. Fred Anderson
  6. Ed Appleton
  7. Jimmy Archer
  8. Jimmy Austin
  9. Jim Bagby
  10. H.D. Baird
  11. Home Run Baker
  12. Dave Bancroft
  13. Jack Barry
  14. Joe Benz
  15. Al Betzel
  16. Ping Bodie
  17. Joe Boehling
  18. Eddie Burns
  19. George Burns
  20. George Burns
  21. Joe Bush
  22. Owen Bush
  23. Bob Byrne
  24. Forrest Cady
  25. Max Carey
  26. Ray Chapman
  27. Larry Cheney
  28. Eddie Cicotte
  29. Tom Clarke
  30. Ty Cobb
  31. Eddie Collins
  32. Shauno Collins
  33. Fred Coumbe
  34. Harry Coveleski
  35. Gavvy Cravath
  36. Sam Crawford
  37. George Cutshaw
  38. Jake Daubert
  39. George Dauss
  40. Charles Deal
  41. Wheezer Dell
  42. William Doak
  43. Bill Donovan
  44. Larry Doyle
  45. Johnny Evers
  46. Red Faber
  47. Hap Felsch
  48. Bill Fischer
  49. Ray Fisher
  50. Art Fletcher
  51. Eddie Foster
  52. Jacques Fournier
  53. Del Gainor
  54. Bert Gallia
  55. Chick Gandil
  56. Larry Gardner
  57. Joe Gedeon
  58. Gus Getz
  59. Frank Gilhooley
  60. William Gleason
  61. M.A. Gonzalez
  62. Hank Gowdy
  63. John Graney
  64. Tom Griffith / William James
  65. Heinie Groh
  66. Bob Groom
  67. Louis Giusto
  68. Earl Hamilton
  69. Harry Harper
  70. Grover Hartley
  71. Harry Heilmann
  72. Claude Hendrix
  73. Olaf Henriksen
  74. John Henry
  75. Buck Herzog
  76. Hugh High (both black stockings and white stockings versions)
  77. Dick Hoblitzell
  78. Walter Holke
  79. Harry Hooper
  80. Rogers Hornsby
  81. Ian Howard
  82. Joe Jackson
  83. Harold Janvrin
  84. William James
  85. C. Jamieson
  86. Hughie Jennings
  87. Walter Johnson
  88. James Johnston
  89. Fielder Jones
  90. Joe Judge
  91. Hans Lobert
  92. Benny Kauff
  93. William Killefer
  94. Ed Konetchy
  95. John Lavan
  96. Jimmy Lavender
  97. Nemo Leibold
  98. H.B. Leonard
  99. Duffy Lewis
  100. Tom Long
  101. William Louden
  102. Fred Luderus
  103. Lee Magee
  104. Sherry Magee
  105. Al Mamaux
  106. Leslie Mann
  107. Rabbit Maranville
  108. Rube Marquard
  109. Armando Marsans
  110. Erskine Mayer
  111. George McBride
  112. Lew McCarty
  113. John McGraw
  114. Jack McInnis
  115. Lee Meadows
  116. Fred Merkle
  117. Chief Meyers
  118. Clyde Milan
  119. Otto Miller
  120. Clarence Mitchell
  121. Ray Morgan
  122. Guy Morton
  123. Mike Mowrey
  124. Elmer Myers
  125. Hy Myers
  126. A.E. Neale
  127. Art Nehf
  128. J.A. Niehoff
  129. Steve O’Neill
  130. Dode Paskert
  131. Roger Peckinpaugh
  132. Pol Perritt
  133. Jeff Pfeffer
  134. Wally Pipp
  135. Derrill Pratt
  136. Bill Rariden
  137. E.C. Rice
  138. William Ritter
  139. Eppa Rixey
  140. Davey Robertson
  141. Bob Roth
  142. Edd Roush
  143. Clarence Rowland
  144. Dick Rudolph
  145. William Rumler
  146. Reb Russell
  147. Babe Ruth
  148. Vic Saier
  149. Slim Sallee
  150. Ray Schalk
  151. Wally Schang
  152. Frank Schulte
  153. Ferd Schupp
  154. Everett Scott
  155. Hank Severeid
  156. Howard Shanks
  157. Bob Shawkey
  158. James Sheckard
  159. Ernie Shore
  160. C.H. Shorten
  161. Burt Shotton
  162. George Sisler
  163. Elmer Smith
  164. Carlisle Smith
  165. Fred Snodgrass
  166. Tris Speaker
  167. Oscar Stanage
  168. Casey Stengel
  169. Milton Stock
  170. Amos Strunk
  171. Zeb Terry
  172. Jeff Tesreau
  173. Chester Thomas
  174. Fred Toney
  175. Terry Turner
  176. George Tyler
  177. Jim Vaughn
  178. Bob Veach
  179. Oscar Vitt
  180. Honus Wagner
  181. Clarence Walker
  182. Jim Walsh
  183. Al Walters
  184. W. Wambsganss
  185. Buck Weaver
  186. Carl Weilman
  187. Zack Wheat
  188. George Whitted
  189. Joe Wilhoit
  190. Claude Williams
  191. Fred Williams
  192. Art Wilson
  193. Lawton Witt
  194. Smoky Joe Wood
  195. William Wortmann
  196. Steve Yerkes
  197. Earl Yingling
  198. Pep Young
  199. Rollie Zeider
  200. Heinie Zimmerman

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