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While the brown-centered set missing several of the biggest names of the period has long divided collectors, 1912 T207 Baseball remains an appealing vintage release. Top cards include limited options for Louis Lowdermilk and Irving Lewis as well as multiple Hall of Fame players, including Tris Speaker and Walter Johnson.
2015 Topps Heritage High Number Baseball removes the box set format of the previous few years. Instead it returns to a more traditional pack-based format. Hobby boxes have either an autograph or memorabilia card.
Featuring the most valuable card in existence, 1909-11 T206 Baseball is considered the greatest vintage set of all-time by many collectors. The famed T206 Honus Wagner card is the key card in the release but there is much more available to collectors in the massive set.
Collectors love gold and the vintage 1911 T205 Baseball set enhances the appeal with a strong lineup of Hall of Fame talent. Multiple variations and card back advertisements add up to a challenging chase for collectors.
1909 T204 Ramly Baseball cards feature an intricate design and a key early option for Walter Johnson. T.T.T. backs and Square Frame variations add even more rarity to the 121-card base set.
Three’s not a crowd with 1912 T202 Hassan Triple Folders Baseball. The triple-panel release features several key vintage cards for Ty Cobb, Christy Mathewson and Walter Johnson.
Offering collectors a vintage two-in-one shot, 1911 T201 Mecca Double Folders Baseball cards contain two players and a folding system to allow either to be the primary image on the card. Key dual-player cards include Sam Crawford and Ty Cobb, as well as Johnny Evers and Frank Chance.
1972 Kellogg’s Baseball marks the third consecutive year the cereal maker produced a set of 3-D cards. Willie May, Roberto Clemente and Pete Rose are among the big names on the 54-card checklist.
1913 T200 Fatima Baseball cards were originally found via Fatima cigarette packages and remain an appealing choice for vintage collectors. The set features a detailed look at all 16 major league teams of the time.
2015 Topps Update Series Baseball adds another 400 cards to the flagship line, focusing largely on rookies and players in new uniforms.
Originally found as a promotion in a sports newspaper, 1910-11 M116 Sporting Life Baseball was released in multiple groups during 1910 and 1911. The attractive set features cards for several Hall of Fame players, including Ty Cobb and Honus Wagner.
1987 Donruss Baseball was a good year for the brand. Besides a solid design, the set includes rookie cards of Greg Maddux, Barry Larkin and Rafael Palmeiro.
Similar to the previous year’s set, 1915 Cracker Jack Baseball remains very popular with vintage collectors. Because it’s more readily available, a greater number of collectors chase the complete set. Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Joe Jackson are some of the key cards.
1914 Cracker Jack Baseball is an all-time hobby classic. The vintage checklist includes baseball greats like Ty Cobb, Christy Mathewson, Shoeless Joe Jackson and Walter Johnson, as well as many other legends of the diamond.
1912 C46 Baseball was one of the earliest Canadian-issued sets to include only baseball players and stands out from other sets of the era based on its intricate design elements. The 90-card checklist features players from the International League and key options for Joe McGinnity and Joe Kelley.
One of the all-time great sets in the hobby, 1887 N28 Allen & Ginter Baseball helped inspire one of the modern hobby’s most popular brands. Besides baseball players, the classic set also has athletes from other sports.
Part of a large minor league set released over three years, 1909-11 T212 Obak Baseball cards are some of the most popular Pacific Coast League cards for collectors. Key cards include Chick Gandil, Buck Weaver and Ten Million.
Facing the fallout of the MLB strike, 1995 Upper Deck Baseball added interactive elements in the form of Predictors to entice collectors back. The base set has a minimalist design and not many top rookie cards.
The Queen’s reign extends to another year. 2015 Topps Gypsy Queen Baseball once again promises a pair of autographs and two memorabilia cards in every hobby box.
2015 Topps Heritage ’51 Collection Baseball brings back the 1951 Topps Baseball design with premium factory set format. Each one comes with a 104-card set, an autograph and 21 parallels.