The Drab Beauty of 1912 T207 Baseball Cards

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Even with missing legends, muddy images and a lack of color, 1912 T207 baseball cards have no shortage of buyers and collectors. The T207 set is full of challenges, mysteries, and intrigue. Printed in 1912, the T207 set has a reputation that often seems more infamous than famous. Experienced vintage collectors know of the set but some find it undesirable, quirky, and flat out unworthy of serious consideration. With its dark appearance, low-key checklist, and, at times, shoddy artwork, the release has gained its fair share of detractors over the years. More collectors flocked to the set in the past…

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Anson Whaley

A lifelong collector, Anson’s collecting focus is on pre-war sports cards and in building sets. He’s also a closet Dwight Gooden and wrestling Rookie Card collector. Got a question or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @PreWarCards or @GoodenCollector.

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