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1953 Topps #1 Jackie Robinson Dodgers PSA 4 Well Centered

  • April 25, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

With the new movie 42 doing big business at the box office and drawing critical acclaim, there’s been a renewed focus on Jackie Robinson cards over the last month.  His career was relatively short, so there are a limited number of regular issue Topps and Bowman cards to collect.  This week, we're offering one of the most beautiful Jackie cards ever created:  the 1953 Topps issue. With its second ever full series, Topps went with original works of art rather than photographs to depict

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T206 Harry Krause Portrait & Jimmy Slagle PSA 4 Tolstoi Backs

  • April 19, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

We've written about T206 backs before and the appetite for these variations seems to be insatiable among avid collectors.  The history of the tobacco products that carried T206s in their packs is fascinating in and of itself. This week, we are offering two cards featuring the Tolstoi brand advertising on the reverse.  The Tolstoi backs aren't as rare as some in the series, but they're not easy to find and when a couple of new examples hit the market, it’s cause for celebration among T206 collectors. We have

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1951 Bowman #165 Ted Williams Boston Red Sox PSA 6

  • April 07, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

1951 Bowman #165 Ted Williams Boston Red Sox PSA 6 "Go BIG!" is the line to keep in mind when considering this striking specimen bearing the Splinter's likeness, because as any fan on the '50 and '51 Bowman sets knows, the Hall of Famer's card front in both series is exactly the same. So why sink your dollars into the small guy when you can get a bigger, beefier portrait of Teddy flashing that classic swingers pose here. Size aside,

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1959 Fleer Ted Williams #17 1941- How Ted Hit .400 PSA 10

  • April 06, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

1959 Fleer Ted Williams #17 1941- How Ted Hit .400 PSA 10After Bowman went by the wayside following their 1955 issue, Topps had a virtual monopoly on baseball cards for the next three years.  However, in 1959, the Fleer Corporation stole Ted Williams away from their New York rival, signing the Red Sox slugger to an exclusive contract to produce an 80-card set exclusively focused on the Splendid Splinter. It was quite a coup.  Kids who opened packs

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1966 Topps #35 Bobby Orr Rookie HOF Boston Bruins PSA 2

  • April 06, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

1966 Topps #35 Bobby Orr Rookie HOF Boston Bruins PSA 2 Well CenteredDemand for 1950s and 1960s hockey material has been surging recently due to a rebound in the sport's popularity and the relatively low production numbers compared to baseball. So with collectors pouncing at every opportunity to own and new price records being set each week, the man who not only revolutionized the way his position was played but defined the era, now finds himself at the center of

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