August 2012

Ever seen a CJ like this?

I haven’t. T206 collectors have a field day with this kind of stuff – off-registered cards, miscuts, print freaks, and other anomalies are well-documented, and very, very cool examples of poor turn-of-the-century quality control that help T206 scholars better understand print techniques, sheet placement, and other questions that have been lost to history. Cracker Jacks, …

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Max Stein Postcards

We’re thrilled to offer a small grouping of Max Stein postcards. Prewar baseball postcards are growing in popularity, likely because of the vivid images and sharp photography many boast.  This rare issue, produced between 1909 and 1916 by the Max Stein company of Chicago, featured images of many types of subjects (actors, boxers, etc.) features …

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