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UPDATED PLAYER POSTCARD GALLERIES
New player postcards have been added throughout these sections that span the years 1900 to 1955. Galleries are available for such seminal issues as Rose Postcard Co., HM Taylor, Dietsche, Wolverine News, Morgan Stationery, 1908 Team Cards, Berger Postal Folders and more!
A few stories from collectors about their all-time favorite finds...in attics and basements across the country.
A Prince Among Con Men
From 1904 to 1919 Harold W. Chase was considered the best first basemen to play the game...also the most crooked, and perhaps the most fascinating.
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UNIDENTIFIED ITEMS SHOWCASE
A showcase of collectibles in need of identification, selected from the wide array of ephemera appearing on this site. Users can help solve these mysteries via a simple form and can even submit their own items, as well.
NEW 'WORLD TOURS' SECTION
A new section has been launched, spotlighting tours of the world and Japan by American baseball players, starting with the 1888-89 tour and concluding with the 1934 Tour of Japan. Highlighted here are photos, postcards, books, programs and more items from many of these trips and even from some player estates.