Jefferson Burdick said the E91 American Caramel cards had a ‘faked design’ — but what’s the truth?
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Early caramel cards (known as E-Cards) are certainly collected but tobacco cards still remain king of the popularity contest when it comes to pre-war issues. T205 and T206 are among the most widely collected sets and while things like the early caramel cards are desirable, they aren’t nearly on the radar of as many people. One of the biggest reasonsRead more
The 1887 Buchner Gold Coin set is a unique issue. The set includes 143 baseball cards and has been famous for being a set that includes generic images of players. That assumption, however, isn’t really correct. Introduction to the 1887 Buchner Gold Coin Set If you’re unfamiliar with it, the 1887 Buchner Gold Coin set features some of baseball’s earliestRead more
E91 American Caramel Set Overview Collectors are frequently drawn to the 1909-11 E90-1 American Caramel baseball set. The colors pop off the card and, even if some of the artwork is sketchy (looking at you, lipstick-covered Joe Jackson rookie card), it’s a really popular set. The E91 American Caramel set? Not so much. For starters, it’s generally considered a ‘generic’Read more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title E91-A, E91-B, and E91-C American Caramel Year 1908-10 Size 1 1/2″ x 2 3/4″ Images Color Type Candy/Caramel Number in Set 99 E91 American Caramel Overview Similar to the E90-designated sets, Jefferson Burdick identified three separate E91 American Caramel issues. They are known to collectors as E91A, E91B, and E91C. The sets spanned a totalRead more
Similar to the E90-designated sets, Jefferson Burdick identified three separate E91 American Caramel issues. They are known to collectors as E91-A, E91-B, and E91-C. Each set includes a total of 33 cards and contains only players from certain teams. Both the E91-A and E91-B sets feature players from Chicago, New York, and Philadelphia. The E91-C release focused on players fromRead more