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T205 Luster

  • June 14, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

There may be no pre-World War II baseball card set more attractive and just plain cool looking than the T205 tobacco issue.  Often lost in the shuffle behind the much more widely discussed and collected T206, this gold bordered cousin is especially stunning on those rare occasions when you find them in high grade. This week’s auction listings include two high grade T205s that are already attracting a lot of attention.  They’re almost too pretty to sell, but hey, that’s what we do! Both are graded PSA 7:  Fred Beck and

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1952 Topps Baseball PSA 8

  • June 10, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

You’ll need a lot of fingers to count the reasons why the 1952 Topps set has been so captivating for collectors of vintage baseball cards.  They’re all a part of the equation that makes it such a daunting—and rewarding –project for set collectors. They’re hard to find, period, but something really special when you can locate them in high grade.  This week, we’re offering a special opportunity to add some super high quality PSA 8 1952 Topps cards among our eBay listings including one of the toughest cards to find in

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1895 N300 Mayo's Baseball Cards

  • June 08, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

Baseball cards are unique in that they essentially tell the story of the professional game from its humble beginnings to today’s multi-billion dollar enterprise. Among our current auctions are some cards from one of the most rare 19th century issues, including one that features a true giant of the game. We’re offering five different cards from the 1895 N300 Mayo’s Cut Plug set including the highest graded example of the legendary Wilbert Robinson, a PSA 3. It should be of intense interest to serious collectors of pre-War cards and those putting

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The E121 American Caramel Series

  • June 06, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

The 1920s did not produce a plethora of widely collected baseball card sets.  The early 20th century “tobacco card” era was essentially over.  Cards packed with bubble gum were still several years away.  That’s part of the reason we’re excited about a recent consignment of cards from the E121 series produced by the American Caramel Company in 1920. These unnumbered cards portray players who bridge the gap between the two eras.  Distributed with individual pieces of caramel made in Pennsylvania, these black and white cards are very popular with collectors.  The

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Pistol Pete PSA 9 Rookie Card

  • May 25, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

Pistol Pete Maravich"Pistol Pete" revolutionized the game of basketball when he came into the league in 1970. No one had ever seen the flair he possessed with every dribble and pass he made. His creative offensive talent is still considered to be the greatest in the history of the game. Within a few short years, he became one of the NBA’s best talents, leading the Hawks to the playoffs, earning All-Star selections, and NBA First Team honors. He also led the NBA in scoring in 1977. While at LSU,

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