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1933 Goudey Baseball Cards

1933 Goudey Baseball Cards

1933 Goudey Baseball was the first baseball card set ever to be paired with bubblegum and sold by the pack. It remains a favorite among collectors to this day and is headlined by a number of Hall of Fame rookie cards.

2015 Topps Carlos Correa 2013 Bowman Acrylic Wall Art

2015 Topps Carlos Correa 2013 Bowman Acrylic Wall Art

Collectors expect big things from Carlos Correa and the young shortstop now has exclusive 10×14 acetate prints. The large wall pieces showcase an oversized version of his 2013 Bowman card and include several parallels.

2015 Bowman Draft Baseball Cards

2015 Bowman Draft Baseball Cards

2015 Bowman Draft Baseball tackles the 2015 MLB Draft with base, Chrome and autograph cards. Hobby boxes promise one autograph and Jumbo boxes include three.

2015 Topps Cardboard Icons Baseball Cards

2015 Topps Cardboard Icons Baseball Cards

2015 Topps Cardboard Icons Baseball reprint entire Topps Baseball runs of popular players as over-sized cards. Featuring a new player each week, Ernie Banks is the latest addition.

1933 George C. Miller Baseball Cards

1933 George C. Miller Baseball Cards

1933 George C. Miller Baseball is as beautiful as it is elusive. The 32-card set features a large percentage of Hall of Fame players, notably Jimmie Foxx and Dizzy Dean. However, the overall limited nature and one severe short print makes completing the set very unlikely.

2015 Bowman Baseball Cards

2015 Bowman Baseball Cards

2015 Bowman Baseball features a bigger prospect checklist to go alongside its many other familiar elements. Chrome Prospect Autographs and Refractors once again highlight the set.

1933 DeLong Baseball Cards

1933 DeLong Baseball Cards

Featuring a distinctive design, the 1933 DeLong Baseball checklist is on the smaller side but still manages to pack a lot of talent into the set. Top cards include Lou Gehrig, Jimmie Foxx and Goose Goslin.

1933 U.S. Caramel Baseball Cards

1933 U.S. Caramel Baseball Cards

Celebrated for a checklist filled with Hall of Fame players like Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb, 1933 U.S. Caramel Baseball is also home to one of the rarest short prints of the vintage era.

1910-11 T3 Turkey Red Baseball Cabinet Cards

1910-11 T3 Turkey Red Baseball Cabinet Cards

T3 Turkey Red Baseball is considered by many to be one of the most attractive sets of all-time. The large cabinet cards offer an appealing canvas for many of the top players of the day, including Ty Cobb, Walter Johnson and Cy Young.

1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball Cards

1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball Cards

1988 Score Rookie/Traded Baseball is the first update box set from the card maker. Rookies include Craig Biggio and Roberto Alomar. While the basic version is plentiful, the Glossy one has held decent values over the years.

1912 T227 Series of Champions Baseball Cards

1912 T227 Series of Champions Baseball Cards

A multi-sport set with a lot of collecting variety, 1912 T227 Series of Champions is still mostly about the baseball subjects. Led by Ty Cobb, the attractive designs found in T227 make it very popular with the vintage community.

1914 T222 Fatima Baseball Cards

1914 T222 Fatima Baseball Cards

Baseball players, track & field athletes and actors make 1914 T222 Fatima Baseball an eclectic vintage option. Key cards include Hall of Fame players Walter Johnson and Grover Cleveland Alexander.

1911 T217 Mono Baseball Cards

1911 T217 Mono Baseball Cards

Featuring minor league players from the Pacific Coast League, as well as leading actresses, the scarce 1911 T217 Mono Baseball set has the feel of an oddball set. Roger Peckinpaugh is the key name in the release.

1910 T211 Red Sun Baseball Cards

1910 T211 Red Sun Baseball Cards

Known for its green border design, 1910 T211 Red Sun Baseball highlights minor league players from the Southern Association. Although the obscure checklist is not anchored by any stars, T211 remains one of the toughest tobacco products to track down.

1910 T210 Old Mill Baseball Cards

1910 T210 Old Mill Baseball Cards

An expansive southern minor league set, 1910 T210 Old Mill Baseball includes 640 cards for multiple leagues and teams. Best known for their bright red borders, key T210 Old Mill Baseball cards include Shoeless Joe Jackson and Casey Stengel.

1963 Bazooka All-Time Greats Baseball Cards

1963 Bazooka All-Time Greats Baseball Cards

1963 Bazooka All-Time Greats Baseball is an overlooked set with an all-legends checklist. The 41-card food-issue release includes Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Cy Young and Honus Wagner.

1910 T209 Contentnea Photo Series Baseball Cards

1910 T209 Contentnea Photo Series Baseball Cards

1910 T209 Contentnea Photo Series Baseball is technically the second series of T209, but the black-and-white cards share very little with the First Series release. Featuring over 220 minor league cards, the set is quite tough to complete.

1995 SP Baseball Cards

1995 SP Baseball Cards

Although it lacks the cornerstone rookie cards the set had in its first two years, 1995 SP Baseball marks a high point as far as premium designs go for the time.

1910 T209 Contentnea First Series Baseball Cards

1910 T209 Contentnea First Series Baseball Cards

Officially an early part of the T209 set, 1910 T209 Contentnea First Series Baseball is a color release that features 16 minor league players from the Carolina Association and Eastern Carolina League.

1911 T208 Fireside Baseball Cards

1911 T208 Fireside Baseball Cards

1911 T208 Fireside Baseball is not as well known as other T-series sets, but the scarce release is very valuable and pays homage to the 1910 World Series champion Philadelphia Athletics.

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