Most expensive Baseball Card in the World Was Not Suppose To Exist!


August 21, 2015 | Posted By - Google+

Back in the early 1900′s, baseball cards were sold alongside tobacco products. Various players for various teams were on these cards. There was one player named Honus Wagner that was not a tobacco supporter. Because of his anti tobacco views, he wouldn’t give permission for his image to be placed on these cards. Immediately all cards that were in production, with him on them, were pulled and destroyed. Except for a select few that made it out. No one truly knows how many made it out, but it’s believed that only a couple exist today. One selling at a recent auction for over Two Million dollars. Sometimes one mans mistake is another mans treasure.

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