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BUYING OLD JUDGE BASEBALL CARDS

OLD JUDGE BASEBALL CABINETS (N173)
ED DELAHANTY
19TH CENTURY BASEBALL CARDS
OLD JUDGE CARDS (N172) and CABINETS (N173) Issued from 1886 through 1890.
These cards were issued by the Goodwin & Co. tobacco firm in their Old Judge and to a lesser extent Gypsy Queen cigarettes. Players from more than 40 major and minor league teams are pictured on these approximately 1-7/16" X 2-1/2" cards, with some 518 different players known to exist. Up to 17 different pose and team variations exist for some players, and the cards were issued both with and without dates on the card fronts, numbered and unnumbered, and with both handwritten and machine printed names. Known variations number in the thousands. The cards themselves are sepia-toned photgraphs pasted onto thick cardboard. They are blank-backed.
The N173 Old Judge Cabinet cards are much larger, measuring about 4-1/4" X 6-1/2" with the photo actually measuring about 3-3/4" X 5-3/4".
Old judge also issued cards from other sports in the era including many popular boxers and non-sports people as well.


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We are always buying at Dave's Vintage Baseball Cards.
As you may have noticed if you have looked around our site, we have a very diverse selection of inventory.
If you have something that we want, we pay TOP DOLLAR!

We prefer to buy cards from you. However, depending on what you have, in certain circumstances we will trade or take items on Consignment.
We have been in business since 1987 and online since 1996, probably longer than just about any other card dealers you will find online.
Our site and business has been built up slowly by buying cards from collectors just like yourself. You can feel confident and safe when you deal with us, our reputation is spotless and we can supply plenty of referrals.
If you are interested in selling your collection, just send us an email or give us a call. In some cases scanned images help to determine condition and value but a final inspection must be done before a price can be agreed on.
You can send your collection in, we will cover the cost for shipping, and once it is received and a price is agreed on, we will get a check out the same day, or if it is too late, the next business day.

In the event that a sale or disposition is not agreed on, we will ship your cards back at our expense.

Here is our information for shipping and contact:
Dave's Vintage Baseball Cards
David Levin
P.O. Box 49723
Los Angeles, Ca. 90049
310 471 1959
email: gfg@gfg.com