Vintage baseball card Resource sites
Baseball card history
Wikipedia's page on
the history of baseball cards.
baseball-almanac.com provides a good page about
early baseball cards.
Library of Congress
- great site, lots of info and photos. We owe thanks to Cigarette card
collector Benjamin K. Edwards for preserving this collection of 2,100
early baseball cards dating from 1887 to 1914
Graded Card Investor
for vintage and modern graded cards.
This is a nice site packed with excellent information about vintage
baseball cards. The site is owned by Lyman and Brett Hardeman. This father
and son team also publish Old Cardboard magazine, a quarterly magazine
dedicated to baseball cards and memorabilia produced 50 years ago or more.
If you're a fan of T206 cards you'll want to visit t206museum.com!
t206museum.com has an excellent learning center for those looking to
increase their knowledge of these beautiful cards. They also are able to
get you some smaller soft sleeves that work perfectly for T206 cards. In
addition, they offer a certification process which helps verify the
authenticity of your card.
More T206 Info: (1909-1911)
http://www.t206.org/ (also a value
estimator and other resources of "The Monster" and "The Big 4")
http://www.psacard.com/articles/article244.chtml (Eddie Plank T206)
http://www.t206.net/ (price estimator
(a look at the set)
Here's some information
about T202 baseball cards
See a fantastic
gallery of vintage baseball cards at t207.com. Good resource
information as well.
Issued from 1888-1930's these
baseball caramel cards are
a challenge to find!
A Brief History of Baseball Cards - brought to you by
cycleback.com. They also have more info on
early baseball cards
1919blacksox.com - An
excellent resource site about the 1919 White Sox, including
information about Black
Sox baseball memorabilia
Here's some helpful information about
and unknown baseball card.
Sporting Life set - 1910-1911 - 24 series of 12 cards
A good article about 1911
Helmer baseball stamps. The king of the set is Ty Cobb and books
at $750. Commons with various degrees of damage might fetch $15-$20.
Vintage sports card dealers
Vintage sports card auction sites
mintstateinc.com - specialize in low population PSA cards