Random Card of the Day

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Year: 1909-11

Set: Colgan's Chips Stars of the Diamond E254 (Rate)

Card: #NNO Jack Dunn

“ Wow, awesome. Beware of Imitations. Not the sort of verbiage you see anymore. A shame. ” -Billy Kingsley

“ Wow. How awesome is that!? I love it. ” -702tpr777

“ It's old so it's awesome! ” -muskie027

“ Nice ! ” -uncaian

“ So, Colgan's Chips is actually gum? Sweet little piece of history right here. ” -RoyalChief

“ Super Cool! ” -rmpaq5

“ It's fascinating to see the evolution (or devolution) of trading collectibles. From the simplistic design of a photograph on a small disc to sometimes a convoluted technologically-enhanced card of today. I like both, actually. ” -Sportzcommish

“ Very cool! ” -carthage44

“ You know, I was just thinking, why all the cards? Why not something else? Something different? But finally I see that the RCOTD is getting a round tuit. [Sorry...but I had to do that. Actually, I guess I'm not so sorry, as it this old pun still makes me chuckle.] This is a really nice example of early 20th century promotions. ” -kents_stuff

“ More vintage baseball! And the original Orioles! All around thumbs up. ” -IfbBirdsCards

“ First impression was that it was a coin. Kind of neat that the set would use Jack Dunn when he was with Baltimore, as he only played one year for the Baltimore Orioles, that being 1901. Absolutely cool. ” -CollectingAfterDeath

“ I think I still have a bag of those in my closet. ” -NJDevils

“ Wow going old school vintage here. Over 100 years old, old school vintage. Not much in the looks department but the "wow factor" of it being odd ball over 100 years old is enough to chase at least your homie team of these. If your homie team existed back then. ” -captkirk42

“ Love the slogan on the back "the gum that's round". Seeing older stuff like this is great, even though I don't know the player pictured it's still a good piece to see. Anyone know what violet chips are? ” -rmitchell6700

“ Mmmmm. Chips. ” -mkaz80

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Saturday, September 30, 2017 9:28 AMReply Quote Top Bottom Report

love oddball vintage always nice to see.


Trying to acquire one card for every for every set, insert, parralle, minor, euro, team issue, oddball etc sets produced for Hockey. Been an interesting project.

4056/23541 different sets so far for 17%.

1/1 Cards 23//2529 different sets so far for 1%.

4655/29,684 different Hockey Players so far for 16%


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