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Hey Guys, I went to the local card show today, and picked up a raw (labeled as) 1937 Goudey wide pen Carl Hubbell, in about VG-VG/EX. The thing is, I can only find one on Ebay that is identical to it, and its graded SGC 10, and notated as a "type
The redheaded stepchild of the Goudey sets, this is the last and rarest of all sets produced by Goudey. Production and quality control for the set are severely lacking. Finding examples in better than Ex condition are almost impossible. The set is a
Vote and discuss. #53: #144: #149: #181:
25 card set issued by Goudey in 1936. Size 2-3/8x2-7/8. The cards were designed to be played as a game. There are multiple front/back combinations.
I just picked this Goudey wrapper up. My question for all the experts is: Is it real, is it common to find these. I did not pay much so i am not worried. Thanks
Hello everyone, hope it has been a happy new year so far. I used to actively collect baseball and other sports cards as a boy in the late 60's and early 70's. However college, career, and family have a way of redirecting one's time, money and
This one looks pretty close, what do you say - real or fake? I'm no expert on goudeys, but I'm gonna still say "FAKE" on this one because the card stock doesn't seem right, especially the way the creases look. Also, the red "big league