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1952 Topps

  • June 24, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1952 Topps #160 Owen Friend Browns PSA 8Collectors have been obsessed by the 1952 Topps set for years.  It’s no wonder, really.  The set is one part hobby history, one part modern day “collecting monster” and one part work of art.  There are few cards in the entire history of baseball card collecting that have more appeal for those who like to chase graded cards or even complete sets.  This week, we can help you put a dent in your want list with some nice ‘52s! We have a total of

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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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1954 Red Heart

  • May 06, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

If you owned a dog—or knew someone who did—you had a chance to add to your baseball card collection in relatively painless fashion back in 1954.  The John Morrell Company, makers of Red Heart Dog Food, produced three series of cards that year, each available for two dog food labels and a dime.  Today, the 1954 Red Heart set is one of the most popular sets of the era and we are now breaking up one of the best sets of these cards around. One of our fantastic consignors offered us

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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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Don't Throw That Out! It's A 1939 Ruth & DiMaggio Signed World Series Program

  • February 29, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

Babe Ruth captivated the eyes of New York baseball fans for 14 memorable years, which included four World Series titles. Soon after Ruth left the Yankees in 1934 it was time for the "The Yankee Clipper", Joe DiMaggio to take the spotlight. Fast forward to the present day and these names still hold a certain weight if you're a fan of the Yankees, baseball in general, or if you happen to find their autographs on a seventy-three year old World Series program. For a woman in New Jersey that scenario is what took place two months ago. She was going

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