1910 Punch Cigarros Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title Punch Cigars
Year 1910
Size 1 3/4″ x 2 1/2″
Images Black and White
Type Tobacco
Number in Set

1910 Punch Cigarros Overview

The Punch Cigarros set is a rare issue featuring a variety of baseball players. Pictures of players were attached to a cardboard backing, according to Old Cardboard, and the set consists of both major league and Cuban baseball players from the Detroit Tigers, Philadelphia Athletics, Almendares, and Habana.

The back states that by smoking the cigarettes and collecting the cards could lead to receiving an album.

The front includes a small black and white picture of a player inside of a black border. His name, team name, and the Punch Cigarros name were also printed at the bottom. Cards were printed on a brown-colored paper/cardboard.

Tigers Hall of Famer Ty Cobb highlights the set of known cards.

1910 Punch Cigarros Checklist

A fully confirmed checklist to this set does not exist. For now, I have listed the cards known to exist that I have seen either in SGC and PSA pop reports or elsewhere.

  1. Jack Barry
  2. Chief Bender
  3. Armando Cabanas
  4. Alfredo Cabrera
  5. Joe Casey
  6. Julian Castillo
  7. Ty Cobb
  8. Jack Coombs
  9. Sam Crawford
  10. Harry Davis
  11. Claude Derrick
  12. Evaristo
  13. Chico Gonzalez
  14. Gervasio Gonzalez
  15. Valentin Gonzalez
  16. Topsy Hartsel
  17. Ricardo Hernandez
  18. Eleodoro Hidalgo
  19. P. Hill
  20. Home Run Johnson
  21. Tom Jones
  22. Jack Lapp
  23. John Henry Lloyd
  24. Bris Lord
  25. Quico Magrinat
  26. Armando Marsans
  27. Matty McIntyre
  28. Jose Mendez
  29. Agustin Molina
  30. Carlos Moran
  31. George Moriarty
  32. George Mullin
  33. Danny Murphy
  34. Charley O’Leary
  35. Luis Padron
  36. Emilio Palomino
  37. Augustin Parpetti
  38. Eustaquio Pedroso
  39. Bruce Petway
  40. Eddie Plank
  41. Carlos Rogeres
  42. Gonzalo Sanchez
  43. Germany Schaefer
  44. Oscar Stanage
  45. Ed Summers
  46. Ira Thomas
  47. Rogelio Valdes
  48. Juan Viola
  49. Ed Willett

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