Tag Archives: Exhibit Cards

1939-46 Salutation Exhibits Full of Variations

Variations in this WWII era Exhibit card set make for a challenging master set

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Starting a Pre-War Card Collection with $100

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 you

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Boxing and Wrestling Exhibits

‘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 well

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1939-46 Exhibit Salutations Set (W462)

‘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 65 (Base set without variations) / 88 (Master set) 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

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