Your criteria may vary but here are a few thoughts on some of the best vintage baseball card sets to own from an average collector’s perspective.
A few tips for adding some great cards to your collection while keeping an eye on your bank account.
A collection of 25 1909 Philadelphia Caramel baseball cards has been uncovered amid the contents of an historic home in New Jersey.
Mile High Card Company will offer what it says is the best group of rare 1910 Standard Caramel (E93) cards ever offered at auction.
The story of Claude Rossman, featured on Helmar’s Our Guy series, is a tale of triumph and tragedy.
by Mike Stack Baseball cards have been printed for over 100 years. Millions have been produced but only a handful have gained iconic status. Which cards would make up a top ten list is subjective and depends on what criteria is used. But you’d have trouble arguing that there are some that should be on […]
It’s different, but like it or not, the 1965 Topps Embossed is among the cheapest vintage Topps sets around, even with a big checklist of Hall of Famers.
A potential six-figure rookie card has been added to the population with word of a new PSA 10 1955 Topps Sandy Koufax.
Not every player’s life has a happy ending. Here are baseball cards recalling 15 players who met an unfortunate end in one way or another.
Strange Inheritance, airing on Fox Business, launches this week with a segment on the 2012 Black Swamp Find of E98 baseball cards in an Ohio attic.
Gone but never forgotten, Ernie Banks lives on through some classic vintage and modern era baseball cards that personify his career and countenance.
Its two important rookie cards will test your wallet, but adding a complete 1951 Bowman Baseball set to your collection just might be worth it.
No bucks for Babe? Not enough greenbacks for Gehrig? Here are 5 1933 Goudey baseball cards that are worthy of your collection and won’t cost a fortune.
Got a million bucks and some change? The hobby’s two most valuable baseball cards are on consignment.
From the underappreciated Hall of Famer to the undervalued scarcity and the notorious dive taker, a handful of underrated T206 cards for your collection.
A near six-figure sale got most of the attention but there were several other vintage cards establishing new price records in Mile High’s final 2014 auction.
From Rose’s rookie to Musial’s farewell, the 1963 Topps set packs a lot of star power. You can own a spot in the break for $5.99.
His career was long and productive but Killer’s cards are, for the most part, undervalued.
Rich Klein recalls the debut of some players who had been conspicuously absent from Topps cards–until 1967.
He’s not in the Hall of Fame but the collecting world treats him that way. So what are the best Roger Maris cards? Those that capture his place in history?