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1909-1911 T206 Baseball Cards

1909-1911 T206 Baseball Cards: An Iconic Tobacco Card Set

These iconic pre-World War I cards were found in sixteen different brands of tobacco owned by the American Tobacco Company. Setting a critical milestone in baseball card collecting. Sizing, card rarity, and the quality of the lithograph coloration has led these cards to be among the most expensive baseball cards ever sold.

Original T206 set is roughly a 525 card collection. Consisting of Portraits and Action shots of over 100 Minor League Baseball Players. Some featuring one card, others – as many as 5 cards!

Including many Baseball Hall of Fame members:

Complete List of T206

Players are in different poses, uniforms, and even teams (if traded during the production time). Measuring 1 716 by 2 58 inches (3.7 cm × 6.7 cm). Setting the standard tobacco card size standards.

vermillion enterprises. we buy t206 baseball cards. graded or ungraded. nearly every condition. bring yours in today

Vermillion Enterprises bought these 1909 – 1911 T206 Baseball Cards. We also got them PSA Graded – preserving their quality and future lifetime for a collector’s enjoyment for years to come.

1909-1911 T206 Baseball Cards: Value

The value of these cards has led to many counterfeit reproductions throughout the years. Particularly the Honus Wagner T206 card. It is the most valuable baseball card in all of existence. Valued closely to $100,000 easily – for damaged cards. Partly due to Wagner’s immortality in Baseball. He is one of the original first five Hall of Fame inductees. As well as, this particular portrait card being one of the scarcest cards in the most vintage and iconic card sets. There’s only 1 Card in this set of Honus “Hans” Wagner. Hall of Famer John McGraw once stated Honus Wagner was “the nearest thing to a perfect player no matter where his manager chose to play him.” Playing EVERY position on the diamond except Catcher.

Check out one Collector’s $5 Million T206 Baseball Card Set – On Display in Detroit

What Makes This Portrait So Iconic?

In 1876 the National League formed. Marking a turning point in baseball history. By the 1880’s several professional leagues were formed. Carl Horner, a Swedish-born photographer took many portraits of professional baseball players starting in the 1880’s. Of which, he took this one of Honus Wagner. Horner is accredited with taking the realist photographs of players. At a time when Baseball was finally taking off. Americans became hooked.

Honus Wagner T206 - Vermillion Enterprises buys T206 Baseball Cards

Left: Carl Horner’s Portrait of Honus Wagner. Right: T206 Baseball Card Lithograph of Carl Horner’s Infamous Honus Wagner Portrait

Vermillion Enterprises BUYS 1909-1911 T206 Baseball Cards!

Paying TOP DOLLAR for your T206 Baseball Cards. Damaged? No problem. Bring them in today for a fair price valuation. Wondering how to sell your Baseball Cards? Click the RED Button below, we outline the types of cards we buy, including T206 Baseball Cards. never know, you could be sitting on a fortune!

How Do I Sell My Baseball Cards

If you’re interested in selling your T206 Baseball Cards, Vermillion Enterprises is the place to sell to! Live locally? Spring Hill, Lutz, New Port Richey, Hudson, Wesley Chapel, Brooksville, Tampa, Orlando, Kissimmee, Inverness, Homosassa, Crystal River? STOP BY TODAY!

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