Which Babe Ruth cards are attracting the most attention on eBay right now? Find out and learn a little about the Babe’s career timeline.
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Who needs Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams when you can have Jocko Conlan on a matchbook cover?January 12, 2015 By
With a checklist full of Hall of Famers including a pair of Gehrigs, this month’s Vintage Set Break offers a trip in the wayback machine.September 5, 2014 By
A boatload of stars past and present make it fun but here’s the kicker: most cards in the 1940 Play Ball set aren’t that expensive.May 9, 2014 By
He shares it with three other members of the historically bad Boston Braves but the 1935 Goudey Babe Ruth gives us one final card from his legendary career.October 29, 2013 By
Love of the Game Auctions is offering a rare T206 Sherry ‘Magie’ error card as part of its one-year anniversary auction.October 16, 2013 By
The fabulous find of ten 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski cards and others from the era were parted out to new homes on Wednesday as the Jim Heaney collection sold at auction.October 13, 2013 By
A remarkable find of ten 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski cards from a childhood collection has the sports collecting community abuzz.January 22, 2013 By
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.December 7, 2012 By
A look at 1930s and early 40s wrappers from the early days of ‘bubble gum cards’.June 22, 2012 By
A pair of high grade Goudeys and a rare back rookie card of Babe Ruth drew high bids in a Goodwin & Company auction.June 15, 2011 By
The dust has settled and Robert Edward Auctions assesses the state of the vintage baseball card and memorabilia market following its annual catalog event.March 15, 2011 By
A pair of high-grade vintage baseball cards were the top sellers in Memory Lane’s latest venture.May 18, 2010 By
Our writer takes in the “Ultimate Set” collection of rare, vintage baseball cards now on display at the Hall of Fame.February 15, 2009 By
Think you can’t chase a mainstream 1930s baseball card set without a big bankroll? Think again.