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1922 E121 American Caramel Babe Ruth

  • October 12, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1922 E121 American Caramel Babe Ruth Holding Bird Yankees SGC Authentic Collectors looking for a fun and affordable way to add an original Babe Ruth card to their collections might want to check out our current eBay offerings.  We’re featuring a 1922 E121 card of the Babe holding… a bird. Long time vintage collectors may be familiar with this unusual card, but if you haven’t seen it, it’s definitely worth a look. The circumstances surrounding the photo have been lost to time

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1920 W516 Babe Ruth PSA Card

  • October 07, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1920 W516-1 #1 Babe Ruth Yankees PSA Authentic (Only Ruth's 2nd Yankees Card!)Strip cards seem to be finally getting some long overdue recognition.  While they may not be as popular as some other card sets from the first quarter of the 20th century, they’re a very affordable way to accumulate a lot of Hall of Famers at a reasonable price. Many of the strip card series are loaded with Hall of Famers and one such card is in our

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1948 Leaf Babe Ruth

  • July 20, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1948 Leaf #3 Babe Ruth Yankees SGC 60Contrary to what some believe, Leaf didn’t put Babe Ruth into its 1948 set as a ‘tribute’ after the Bambino’s death.  Ruth died in August of 1948 and the Leaf Candy Company’s cards had already been on the market for awhile.  It’s likely true, however, that his failing health may have had something to do with his inclusion in the set, some 13 years after he played in his last game. The ’48 Leaf Babe Ruth is no less popular with collectors of vintage

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1929 R316 Kashin Publications Babe Ruth PSA 3

  • June 28, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1929 R316 Kashin Publications Babe Ruth Yankees PSA 3The bulk of Babe Ruth’s amazing career took place from the late 1910s through the 1920s, but not that many Ruth cards were issued during this period.  There were the strip cards, American Caramel cards, several different that were issued with ice cream, Exhibits and a few others.  In the 1930s, Goudey Gum created color cards of the Babe and those are the cards you most often see or hear about. One of the more attractive, and often reasonably priced Babe Ruth cards

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1921 E121 American Caramel Ty Cobb SGC 40

  • March 30, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

The 1920’s may be regarded as the ‘Golden Age of Sport’ for the 20th Century, but they sure didn’t produce a heck of a lot of baseball cards.  While the first two decades of the century provided us so many great tobacco and caramel issues, the 1920’s are more of a bridge between the bygone tobacco era and the dawning of the gum era spawned by Goudey’s initial issues of the early 1930s. That is why we consider the American Caramel E121 Ty Cobb SGC 40 that we’re offering on eBay right now so special.  It’s one of just a handful of trading card

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