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Most of the more inexpensive issues from the 19th Century are trade cards. But one of the bigger bargains is sort of hidden away from the 1890s. 1893 Arbuckle Coffee America Baseball Card In 1893, Arbuckle Coffee produced a 50-card set featuring various pastimes of areas from around the globe. The cards that they provide a pictorial history of sportsRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title Steinwender-Stoffregen Boy Scouts / Reed Boy Scouts Year 19010 Size 1 3/8″ x 2 5/8″ Images Color Type Tobacco / Coffee / Trade Number in Set 36 1910 H634 Steinwender-Stoffregen / T45 Reed Boy Scouts Overview These sets featured activities of boy scouts from the early 1900s. While the pictures are the same, these areRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title Cafes Gilbert Year 1936 Size 1 3/4″ x 2 1/4″ Images Color Type Coffee Number in Set 12 (Series III) 1936 Cafes Gilbert Overview These cards were issued by Cafes Gilbert, a coffee manufacturer based in France. An international release, they are difficult to find in the U.S. Like other international sets, many series’ madeRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title Muhlen Franck Olympia Year 1936 Size 2 3/4″ x 4 1/8″ Images Color Type Coffee Number in Set 200 (?) 1936 Muhlen Franck Olympia Overview The 1936 Muhlen Franck sets was one of many German issues of the 1930s. These often were associated with the 1936 Olympic Games, which were held in Berlin. This setRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title Rich’s Sportsfolk Year 1927 Size Various Images Color Type Coffee Number in Set 25 1927 Rich’s Sportsfolk Set Overview This rare set is a Danish issue distributed by a coffee company/brand called Rich’s. The cards have an interesting design. Really, they are similar to a few sets, such as the N184 Kimball Champions series fromRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title Voskamp’s Coffee and Tea Year 1913 Size 2 1/4″ x 3 5/8″ Images Black and White Type Coffee Number in Set 20 Voskamp’s Coffee and Tea Overview In 1913, Voskamp’s coffee and tea products included one of 20 different baseball players as part of a local promotion in Pittsburgh. The company was Pittsburgh-based and theRead more