Addie Joss T205 issue remains a top pre-war tribute card

A tribute card of a Hall of Fame player in the T205 gold border set was a wise decision In 1911, the folks at the...

Rare 1933 Goudey Babe Ruth PSA 9 to be Offered in Goldin’s Summer Auction

There are plenty of Babe Ruth 1933 Goudey cards among us but few are in such high grade as one that will be offered...

Comparing the Two Types of W515 Strip Cards

The 1923 W515 strip cards are an interesting set. There are a total of 60 cards in the set and it features some heavy...

An Abundantly Bad Ty Cobb Typo Proves Even Stars Not Immune to Mistakes

So, Ty Cobb. Pretty important player, right? Yep. Cobb was not only one of the best players of his generation but one of the...

Ten Rules of the Babe Ruth Home Run Candy Club

A long time ago, Babe Ruth wasn’t only hitting baseballs. The Hall of Fame legend was also a celebrity off the field, appearing in...

Five Weird Things You Didn’t Know Existed in the American Card Catalog

The American Card Catalog is likely the most important resource in the history of card collecting. Authored by Jefferson Burdick, the book gives us...

What’s the Deal With: A Random Joe Jackson Apostrophe?

A closer look at Joe Jackson’s rookie card reveals a weird oddity One of the hottest ‘rising stars’, so to speak, in the pre-war era...

Modern Baseball Card Ramblings of a Pre-War Collector: Shohei Ohtani Injury

Rookie Shohei Ohtani seems headed for Tommy John surgery Grand Opening, Grand Closing. So things may not be that extreme. But the recent news of rookie...