Dozens of century-old tobacco cards, including several super scarce T205 Drum Back variations are brought in to a New York card shop.
Newspaper editorial writers came out with guns blazing as kids flocked to the cigarette packs containing what we know today as T206 cards.
In less than seven hours, the consignor of the latest T206 Honus Wagner to hit the auction block had already realized a profit…with 23 days left.
You can chase Hall of Famers like Cobb and Mathewson but there are some underrated T205 cards that won’t require a huge cash outlay.
Collect what you like, but here are some of what many consider the most popular baseball card sets made in the first half of the 20th century.
A treasure trove of original T206 cards will enter the market for the first time next year.
A group of over 1,400 T206 and T205 cards that remained in the same family for generations, many in high grade, will be coming on the market next winter.
Locating some rare 103-year-old Pinkerton Cabinet cards on eBay turned out to involve a little extra work for our guest columnist but it was worth it.
Ty Cobb cards remain the hobby’s early 20th century gold standard and a look at eBay shows there are plenty of people focused on the Georgia Peach’s vintage cardboard.
Rudy Strejc grew up in the Pacific Northwest during the first part of the 20th century and his childhood collection of tobacco cards and others from the era would expand later in life. Now, it’s all about to be sold at auction.
A ball signed by Babe Ruth and given to a young ballplayer in 1939 and a big collection of vintage tobacco cards will go on the block Thanksgiving weekend.
Suddenly, America’s attics are raining century-old baseball cards. More than 1,000 tobacco cards including some super scarce T206 backs and a pair of Old Mill Joe Jacksons are about to hit the hobby.
The find of the rarest card from football card collecting’s rarest vintage issue is putting the focus back on the 1894 May’s football set.
Robert Edward Auctions has acquired a large group of rare pre-War cards from the estate of a long-time collector, including the T206 set’s most prized rarity.
A Michigan attorney has pieced together a unique display of T206 cards.
A group of rare century-old tobacco cards featuring minor leaguers has entered the market for the first time.
Topps puts a century-old twist into its latest product.
Maybe we’ve found the true answer as to why Honus Wagner didn’t want his picture used in the T206 tobacco card series. Newly discovered accounts of the A recently discovered column that appeared in the August 9, 1909 edition of the Charlotte (NC) Observer, and a follow-up on September 1 of that year, would indicate […]