1910 E104 Nadja Caramels Set and Checklist

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Title E104 Nadja Caramels
Year 1910
Size 1 1/2″ x 2 3/4″
Images Color
Type Candy/Caramel
Number in Set
67

E104 Nadja Caramels Overview

The E104 Nadja Caramels set is a relatively popular, albeit rare, E-card issue. Cards feature color portraits on the front with the player’s name and team. The set is broken down into three separate subsets.

One includes a variety of Philadelphia Athletics players with a Nadja Caramels advertisement on the back that states, “Play Ball and eat Nadja Caramels – the winners.” The second subset has blank backs and features only members of the Pittsburgh Pirates – world champions from the previous year. Finally, the third set includes a mix of players and blank backs as well.

That theme is similar to the popular E90 series, which was also broken into three sets – a larger issue covering numerous teams and two team issues. The E104 Pirates subset, in fact, has the same checklist as the E90-2 set.

Cards should not be confused with Nadja’s other issue, found as one of four E92 sets.

E104 Nadja Caramels Checklist

Athletics Subset

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  1. Home Run Baker
  2. Jack Barry
  3. Chief Bender
  4. Eddie Collins
  5. Harry Davis
  6. Jimmy Dygert
  7. Topsy Hartsel
  8. Harry Krause
  9. Jack Lapp
  10. Paddy Livingston
  11. Bris Lord
  12. Connie Mack
  13. Cy Morgan
  14. Danny Murphy
  15. Rube Oldring
  16. Eddie Plank
  17. Amos Strunk
  18. Ira Thomas

Pirates Subset

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  1. Babe Adams
  2. Fred Clarke
  3. George Gibson
  4. Ham Hyatt
  5. Tommy Leach
  6. Sam Leever
  7. Nick Maddox
  8. Dots Miller
  9. Deacon Phillippe
  10. Honus Wagner
  11. Owen Wilson

Various Teams Subset

  1. Bill Abstein
  2. Red Ames
  3. Johnny Bates
  4. Kitty Bransfield
  5. Al Bridwell
  6. Hal Chase
  7. Doc Crandall
  8. Sam Crawford
  9. Jim Delehanty
  10. Art Devlin
  11. Bill Donovan
  12. Red Dooin
  13. Mickey Doolan
  14. Larry Doyle
  15. Eddie Grant
  16. Fred Jacklitsch
  17. Hughie Jennings
  18. Davy Jones
  19. Tom Jones
  20. Otto Knabe
  21. Sherry Magee
  22. John McGraw
  23. Matty McIntyre
  24. Earl Moore
  25. Pat Moran
  26. George Moriarty
  27. George Mullin
  28. Red Murray
  29. Simon Nicholls
  30. Charley O’Leary
  31. Admiral Schlei
  32. Boss Schmidt
  33. Cy Seymour
  34. Tully Sparks
  35. Ed Summers
  36. Ed Willetts
  37. Vic Willis
  38. Hooks Wiltse

*Note that while Red Murray, Simon Nicholls, and Charley O’Leary appear in most reliable checklists for this set, I have not personally seen those cards.

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