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A sale of a rare autographed postcard will raise some eyebrows I had watched with great interest as a 1934 Exhibit card was being auctioned this month. Typically, autographs don’t do much for me personally, but this Exhibit was particularly unique. This Exhibit card included four New York Yankees on it, including Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Lefty Gomez, and BillRead more
I’ve been passively working on a set of the 1939-46 Salutations Exhibit cards. Generally, they’re not something I’m seeking out too much. But if I can find ones I need for only a few bucks, I’ll pick them up. I recently attended a card show and found a bunch I needed. I was able to knock off the one ofRead more
As I wrote recently, the 1936 Goudey set is the perfect set introduction for new pre-war collectors. It’s short, affordable, and doesn’t have any expensive cards if you can handle low-grade. But what about for those that don’t collect sets? Well, I recently wrote an article for Sports Collectors Daily, highlighting some cards featuring pre-war Hall of Famers that youRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title Exhibits Year Various Size 3 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ Images Black and White Type Exhibit Number in Set Varies by Set Boxing and Wrestling Exhibit Cards Overview Exhibit cards are often among the more affordable pre-war issues when it comes to finding cards with specific athletes pictured instead of generic ones. Baseball exhibits as wellRead more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title W462 Salutations Exhibits Year 1939-46 Size 3 1/2″ x 5 5/16″ Images Sepia Type Exhibit Number in Set 63 / 88 Exhibit Salutations (W462) Overview While most of the W462 Exhibits were printed after 1939, the date we deem as the end of the pre-war card era, this series was started in that year. 88Read more
‘It’s In The Details’ Title W465 Pacific Coast League Exhibits Year 1928 Size 3 3/8″ x 5 3/8″ Images Blue Tint Type Exhibit Number in Set 32 W465 Pacific Coast League Exhibit Overview The 1928 W465 Pacific Coast League Exhibits included players from that league. These are distinctive from most other Exhibits since the pictures on the front have aRead more