Classic Baseball Card Gln Yr 1886 by Frank Slocum

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ISBN 100517688182
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Classic Baseball Card Gln Yr it was amazing avg rating — /5(6). Classic Baseball Card Gln Yr by Frank Slocum Hardcover by Frank Slocum, D. Slocum Hardcover, Published by Outlet ISBNISBN:   InGoodwin & Co. issued Classic Baseball Card Gln Yr 1886 book first insert baseball cards; these were the N portrait cards of New York National League baseball players into their Old Judge brand cigarette packs.

From the sepia photo-type N card was issued; they became the largest issue of cards ever. This pack also carried the coupon for the N cabinet.

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Note: Baseball cards which featured a player who did not appear in a regular season game during the most recently completed season, do. For my birthday, my wife bought me The Photographic Baseball Cards of Goodwin & Company () by Jay Miller, Joe Gonsowski and Richard Masson.

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The card fronts are glossy color action photos with grayish-green borders. Put it this way, even the book Classic Baseball Cards: The Golden Years doesn't list or has any pictures from this brand of cards.

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Classic Baseball Cards is the same size and carried the same retail price as the Topps book, yet despite including 90 different sets of cards from a year period, it contains more than fewer pages than its predecessor: a clear indication of the extent to which Topps expanded the concept of a full-fledged baseball card “set.”.

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