1920 W522 Strip Card Set and Checklist

‘It’s In The Details’

Title W522 Strip
Year 1920
Size 1 7/16″ x 2 1/4″
Images Color
Type Strip
Number in Set

W522 Strip Card Overview

W522 34 Gonzales.jpg

The W522 strip card set features color images of players on the fronts along with his name at the bottom. Backs of the cards are completely blank.

The cards are exactly the same as the W520 series but have different card numbers.

That card numbering, by the way, is one of the more interesting things of the set. Cards start at No. 31 so it’s possible these were either part of another set or intended to be.

Even though the set is small, it has a few interesting characteristics. Several spelling errors exist and Hall of Famer Zack Wheat has two cards as does Mike Gonzales.

One of Wheat’s two issues shows him looking like he is about to throw a pitch despite the fact that he was an outfielder. Interestingly enough, it could even be a bit of an error. The pose is eerily similar to that of Harry Coveleski’s card (Harry was a pitcher).

Here are pictures of all of the cards in the set.

W522 Strip Card Checklist

31. Benny Kauf
32. Tris Speaker
33. Zack Wheat
34. Mike Gonzalez
35. Wilbur Cooper
36. Art Fletcher
37. Jesse Barnes
38. Larry Doyle
39. Christy Mathewson
40. Dave Bancroft
41. Les Nunamaker
42. Mike Gonzalez
43. George Kelly
44. Otto Miller
45. Pol Perritt
46. Goldie Rapp
47. Harry Coveleski
48. Babe Ruth
49. Phil Douglas
50. Zack Wheat

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