Pre-War Bargains: 1925/1934 Ya-Lo Football Game Cards

While there are certainly some, football cards from the 1920s and 1930s aren’t exactly plentiful. The game was really in its early stages on...

Are These 1919 Strip Cards Honus Wagner, Shoeless Joe Jackson, and Hughie Jennings Issues?

At least three Hall of Famers may reside in a somewhat common strip card set A lot has changed over the years, right? Well, some...

Serious Type Collecting in the Pre-War Era can be Challenging

A Look into the Challenges of Pre-War Type Collecting For the most part, I am a set collector. I like the idea of having complete...

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...

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...

The Most Interesting Bios in the T205 Set

The 1911 T205 baseball card set is one of the most famous and popular pre-war issues around. The set is known not only for...

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...

Pop Reports Suggest One of Two Lou Gehrig Cards in 1933 Goudey Set is...

A Tale of Two Gehrigs The 1933 Goudey set is famous for a lot of things. There’s the shortprinted Nap Lajoie card that wasn’t supplied...