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19th Century Baseball Cards: 10 Great Players to Consider

Collecting 19th century baseball cards isn't as tough as you might think. Here's a short list of standouts that should be on your want list.

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Vintage Set Break of the Month: 1955 Topps

Burl's Sports offers one of the classic 1950s Topps sets this month, with a $24.99 chance to land one of several important rookie cards and Hall of Famers.

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Find of Star-Laden Pre-War Cards Enters Hobby

An inherited collection of nearly 70 pre-War baseball cards, more than half of which are Hall of Famers and Hindu T206s, will be sold by Beckett Auctions.

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Ramblings: On Deck in the Dallas Show Circuit

Dallas area collectors have more opportunities for show going than they've had in a while and Rich Klein's non-profit event is next on the docket.

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M116 Sporting Life Cards Uncovered; Heading to Auction

A Midwestern family uncovered a treasure trove of 1910-11 M116 Sporting Life cards, still in their original envelopes including several Hall of Famers.

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A Catalog of 1980s Baseball Card Boxed Sets

Superstars, rookies, and lots of choices marked the explosion in retail boxed sets in the 1980s. Here is a brief rundown of the madness that ensued.

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National Hockey Card Day Edmonton

What’s (About to Be) Hot in the Shop: Free Hockey Card Packs

Free packs, prizes for young hockey players in uniform and a spelling contest around hockey player names? It can only be Mike’s 2015 National Hockey Card Day.

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Ramblings: On Deck in the Dallas Show Circuit

Dallas area collectors have more opportunities for show going than they’ve had in a while and Rich Klein’s non-profit event is next on the docket.

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A Catalog of 1980s Baseball Card Boxed Sets

Superstars, rookies, and lots of choices marked the explosion in retail boxed sets in the 1980s. Here is a brief rundown of the madness that ensued.

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