The 1971 Bazooka Baseball set was the last one of its kind but what’s the deal with the numbered variation set that includes 12 more players?
There were some radical changes at Topps when it came to designing the 1968 Bazooka Baseball cards. Kids who gazed upon the 25-piece boxes of gum were used to seeing cards on the backs of boxes, separated by perforated lines but unencumbered by anything else. Maybe the company felt it needed to shake things […]
The 1960 Bazooka Baseball set saw more cards but they shrunk to a size better suited to small hands.
It is often reported that once the United States entered World War II after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, no more cards were issued until after the war. But, at least two card sets – one baseball, one non-sport – were produced during the war by M.P. & Co. of […]
There are far fewer available than their more popular and smaller size cardboard counterparts and considering the player selection, the 1939 Goudey Premiums are worth a look.
A look at 1930s and early 40s wrappers from the early days of ‘bubble gum cards’.
Just about every decade has a baseball card set or two that lead the collectors’ popularity poll. The 19th Century has Old Judge and in the early 1900s there are T205 and T206. Cracker Jack’s two sets are the leaders in the early teens and the Goudey and Diamond Star sets are popular with collectors […]
Think you can’t afford any pre-WWI tobacco-related baseball memorabilia? Think again. Sweet Caporal pins are similar to T205 and much cheaper.
Whether you’re talking 1913 team cards or the T222 single player issue, Fatima Tobacco cards are hard to find in top grade.
Seven years apart, the 1964 and 1971 Topps Coins provide their own sets of collecting challenges as an old article points out.
The National Caramel set issued during the early 1920s includes some familiar photos, error cards and a scarce card of Babe Ruth.
A century ago, Chicago-based photographer Max Stein was ready to sell you postcards featuring the stars of the day.
Long ago Hall of Famers at reasonable prices? The W515 baseball card set offers plenty of opportunities for collectors to buy old stuff cheap.
Minor leaguers, retired stars and a missing number. Sounds like a modern day set but it’s an apt description of the 1933 Goudey Baseball set and the mysterious Nap Lajoie card.
Looking for an affordable set more than 40 years old, oozing baseball history? Check out the 1969-70 Bazooka Baseball set.