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These cards incorporate a variety of image content and format presentations. They include cabinet and CDV sized cards: Some show two players without much to go on regarding the player's identity such as this Stovey and Milligan
These sepia toned cards are amongst the most desirable 19th century cards. Charles Gross & Company of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania issued this set comprised of players from four teams: the New York Giants, New York Mets, Philadelphia Athletics, and the
Year Published: 1887 ACC Designation: N370 Set Name: Lone Jack St. Louis Browns Card Size (inches): 1-1/2 x 2-1/2 Number of Cards in Set: 13 Shown: 10 of 13 1 Al Bushong 2 Bob Caruthers 3 Charles Commiskey (sic) 4 Dave Foutz 5 William
1887 N184 W. S. Kimball "Chamion of Games and Sport" 50 card set, 4 depicting baseball palyers: E. A. Burch Dell Darling Hardie Henderson Tip O'Neil.
Reading the E card thread made me think about 19th century sets and their relative scarcity. Thought it might be fun to try a similar thread for 19th century cards/cabinets/pins. I will get it started with my thoughts... Revised List One
This is a 1961 Econoline that I was given by the original owners grandson who is a co-worker of my dads. His grandfather bought the van new with nothing extra on the van, he didnt even order a passenger seat, or glovebox door. It was used in a wholesale
Here's a set I haven't seen or heard much about lately, the n370 Lone Jacks set. This a 13 card set issued by Lone Jacks Ciggarettes out of Lynchburg, VA in 1887. The set consists entirely of the 1886 St Louis Browns that won the Championship that year.