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Honus Wagner T206 Replica Baseball Cards

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Quantity: 24600 Cards
Product Location: Kentucky, United States

Seller Description

This lot did not meet the reserve price of $2.20 each at auction. These are still available and the seller will accept offers for lesser quantities.
These replica T-206 Honus Wagner Baseball Cards are surplus and are being liquidated. The owner of these goods will no longer be carrying sports cards and has asked us to collect bids for these goods. All of these items are new and in factory fresh cases.
  • RARE HONUS WAGNER Estate-Authorized Replica of the Famous T206 Baseball Card
  • Offer your customers the opportunity to own this card for a fraction of the cost of the RARE original
  • Back of card is copyrighted 1995 - Wagner Estate
  • All Cards are in Mint condtion in hard plastic protective case
  • Case made to look like cases used by professional card grading services
  • 50 Cards Per Display
  • Each card comes in a Sealed Poly Bag with Hang Hole Removable, Mounted on Board with UPC and details
  • 4 Displays Per Master Case
  • 200 Total Units/Cards Per Case
  • Counter Display Measures 4? x 4? x 7?
  • Total Cases - 121
  • Total Items - 24,600
  • Retail Price - $9.99 each
  • Total Original Retail Value - $245,754
    These cards are replicas - the original is the most sought after card by Sports Card and Memorablia collectors.

    In the news:

    World Record Price of $2.8 Million Paid For Famed T206 Honus Wagner Baseball Card
    Mission Viejo, Calif. (Sept. 6, 2007) ? Another Grand Slam for Honus Wagner. The finest known example of the famed T206 Honus Wagner baseball card has found another new home a little more than six months after selling for a then-record shattering price of $2.35 million in February to a California private collector. Renowned sports card and memorabilia auction company SCP Auctions Inc., has brokered the latest sale to a private collector for a record price of $2.8 million. The legendary T206 Honus Wagner baseball card, previously owned by Wayne Gretzky, and once the top prize in a national contest conducted by Wal-Mart, has long been recognized as the most famous and valuable baseball card in existence. Dubbed ?The Holy Grail? or ?Mona Lisa? of baseball cards, it has always been a beacon of the red-hot vintage sports collectibles market. "The T206 Honus Wagner card is an icon, not only in the field of baseball card collecting, but in the larger field of Americana,? said David Kohler, president and CEO of SCP Auctions. Said Dan Imler, managing director of SCP Auctions: ?For many collectors, owning any example of a T206 Honus Wagner card is the crowning achievement of baseball card collecting. Approximately 70 collectors in the word are fortunate to own one. This example, graded PSA 8 NM-MT, is universally recognized as the ultimate baseball card treasure. We are proud to have had a hand in placing it in a good new home.? The legacy of the T206 Honus Wagner Card dates back to its creation and initial release by the American Tobacco Company in 1909 as part of a series that included more than 500 different baseball player cards. T206 tobacco cards are among the most widely collected, popular and sought after cards among current collectors. To this day however, it is estimated that less than one hundred examples of the T206 Wagner have surfaced. Numerous myths have been perpetuated and debated over the course of the last century, as to the reason for its scarcity. One of the prevailing theories was that Wagner, one of the premier players in the history of baseball, insisted that he be paid by the tobacco company for the use of his image causing the production of his card to be halted. A more common, and well-documented theory is that Wagner simply did not want children to be influenced into buying tobacco products just to get a ?picture? of him, and thus forced the early withdrawal of his image on this principle. The volumes that have been written and countless tales that have been spun have made the T206 Wagner card a part of classic American Folklore.

    Honus Wagner Facts:
  • Born: February 24, 1874 - Died: December 6, 1955
  • Baseball Debut: July 19, 1897
  • Attributes: Height: 5' 11" - Weight: 200 lbs.
  • Batted: Right - Threw: Right
  • Baseball Position: Short Stop
  • Teams playerd for: Louisville Colonels and Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Was in the Inaugural Class of the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936
  • Birth Name was Johannes Peter
  • Nickname was The Flying Dutchman
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