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I figure that now is a good time start a new round of Baseball Card HOF nominations. I'll start off with Pete's Rowdy Lowdy with the Red Cross back. The t209 Thompson (the guy in the Uncle Sam get up in the upper left corner and the t210
For sale is a very nice looking card of the great Ed Delahanty. Graded PSA 1 primarily due to scrapbook damage on the blank-back, the front presents much nicer with only a horizontal crease running through the lower third of the card that does not affect
What card did you see in a price guide or book on Baseball Card Collecting as a youth and always dreamed of owning? For me, it was two cards - a 1933 Goudey Ruth #181 and 1938 Goudey DiMaggio #274 (the one with the little cartoons in the background).
Being quite new to this era of collecting, one of the gems I've been learning about recently are the W600 (1902-1911) Sporting Life cabinets. My wallet may only allow me to purchase any graded "Authentic" or "1", however. Any
These two Delahanty's went for about the same hammer price. For me, I'm going with John's! Easy call, right?
As the title says... asking $11,000 or would consider part cash part trade if you have a N175 Gypsy Queen to trade.
One of the interesting things about the E107 set is that it features a good number of veteran 19th century players that were nearing the end of their careers. How many players appeared in both the N172 Old Judge and E107 Breisch Williams sets? How about