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1933 Tattoo Orbit Baseball Cards

Another set from 1933, Tattoo Orbit (R305) was produced by the Orbit Gum Company of Chicago. It featured a smaller set than that of Goudey, but still had many of the stars in there 33 release. You can find cards of Dizzy Dean, Lefty Grove, Jimmy Foxx, and Rogers Hornsby along with 13 other Hall […]

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1933 DeLong Baseball Cards

The 1933 DeLong set was one of the big sports card sets to be produced in 1933. While competing with Tattoo Orbit and Goudey Gym, the Delong set is one of the best produced products in terms of eye appeal. Also known as R333, the DeLong set is a one year wonder. While the backs […]

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1914 Cracker Jack Baseball Cards

When you think of Cracker Jacks, you might think of the 7th inning tune “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”. “Take me out to the ball game, Take me out with the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack, I don’t care if I never get back,” Well, in 1914 and 1915 the Cracker […]

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1941 Goudey Baseball Cards

1941 was the last year of cards produced by the Goudey gum company. It would mark the end product from the popular, but short-term, classic brand. World War 2 was looming in the background and later in the year Japan would attack Pearl Harbor. All supplies were now needed to support the war effort. The […]

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1938 Goudey Baseball Cards

In 1937, Goudey chose not to release a set at all. So the 38 set was their first release since 1936. Although the cartoonish quality of 1938 Goudey Baseball might appear to lessen the appeal of this 1930s release, the set is extremely respected in the hobby. Much more then that of the black and […]

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1936 Goudey Baseball Cards

Provided mainly as a card game, 1936 Goudey Baseball flies under the radar in comparison to other Goudey releases of the time. The 36 Goudey (also known as R322) set was a disappointment compared to the past 2 releases. A small set, few superstars, and a lackluster design. It was nothing like the releases from […]

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1935 Goudey Baseball Cards

While it does not match the appeal or worth of the previous Goudey releases, 1935 Goudey Baseball stays a much more economical choice for gathering the biggest names in classic baseball Referred to by its American Card Catalog number, R321. the images are basically cropped variations of the artistic makings that are found on previous […]

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1955 Topps Baseball Cards

Featuring a new layout and some noteworthy novice card alternatives, 1955 Topps Baseball has aged well. Full of popular players like Willie Mays and Hank Aaron along with legendary rookies such as Clemente and Koufax. The 1955 Topps Baseball release includes 206 cards, making it the second-smallest Topps baseball card set ever produced behind 1951 […]

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1954 Topps Baseball Cards

Headlined by rookie cards for several of the biggest baseball players of all-time, 1954 Topps Baseball is further enhanced by a strong veteran roster. The appealing style and outstanding checklist has actually led to among the more ageless vintage baseball sets. 1954 Topps Baseball was distributed in 3 various series, consisting of Series 1 (# […]

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1953 Topps Baseball

The 1953 Topps set is one of the most beautiful sets ever produced. It displays some of the most vibrant colors and realism ever utilized in a trading card set to that point in time. The closest being the Goudey cards from 33 and 34. This tribute is a true testament to the tremendous popularity […]

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