In 1906, Fan Craze produced what would become arguably the most popular and collectible gaming card issue with the WG-2 and WG-3 sets. Those two releases can really be considered as one set since WG-2 featured American League players and WG-3 focused on the National League. The cards featured portraits of players and each set included numerous Hall of Famers. But while those … [Read more...] about 1904 Fan Craze Set Less Seen Than The Company’s More Popular 1906 Sets
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A 373 lifetime wins, 2.13 career ERA, sterling personal reputation and membership in the Hall of Fame’s first class all cement his place in history. His magical years on the field as well as his painful demise and untimely death off it years after he inhaled mustard gas fighting in World War I adds to his mystique. Christy Mathewson baseball cards, especially the … [Read more...] about Buying On A Budget: Christy Mathewson
Many collectors consider the 1906 Fan Craze baseball card set to be one of the most underrated issues of the early 20th century. In addition to the fact that it’s now 106 years-old, Fan Craze offers what can be described as some of the best portrait poses of some of the game’s most iconic early pros. While not issued with consumable goods and printed in black and … [Read more...] about 1906 Fan Craze Set: What’s Not to Like?