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Deemed the #1 “most underrated pre-war baseball card” in 2007 by PSA’s Joe Orlando, Collectable is proud to present an iconic vintage baseball offering. A mere 78 copies have found their way into PSA holders over the years - about the same number as the iconic T206 Honus Wagner. In addition to this Eddie Plank T206 card being nearly as rare as the world-renown T206 Honus Wagner, its story is just as compelling and mysterious. The same theories that surround the Wagner - compensation dispute, distaste for tobacco, broken printing plate - are present with “Gettysburg Eddie”, and answers have been just as scarce as the card itself in the 11 decades since issuance. Graded a PSA 4. Since 2016, we estimate Eddie Plank T206 PSA 4’s have exhibited a 18.67% compound annual growth rate (CAGR), outperforming the S&P500.


Nicknamed “Gettysburg Eddie”, Eddie Plank was the first left-handed pitcher to win 200 games and then 300 games, and now ranks third in all-time wins among left-handers with 326 career victories (eleventh all time) and first all-time in career shutouts by a left-handed pitcher with 66. For 17 years, Eddie Plank staked his claim as one of the best left-handers in baseball history. When he retired in 1917, he held the record for most wins by a lefty, and had a 2.35 career ERA. He still holds the records for most complete games and shutouts by a left-hander. Plank was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1946 by the Veterans Committee. Said Eddie Collins, “Eddie Plank was not the fastest, not the trickiest and not the possessor of the most stuff. He was just the greatest.”


This is the second most desirable card in the famed T206 set and the only pose of the Hall of Fame pitcher.
Deemed the #1 “most underrated pre-war baseball card” in 2007 by PSA CEO Joe Orlando.
A mere 78 copies have found their way into PSA holders over the years.
Mile High Card Company believes “if you covered the grades and showed this card and the PSA 5 example we sold six years ago to experts, we think most would prefer this one”
The condition is described by Heritage Auctions as “exhibt[ing] only modest corner and surface wear.” While “the lack of creases or wrinkles defy its true age.”
The last Plank 1909-1911 T206 Sweet Caporal that sold was a PSA 3 copy for $162,360 in May 2021.
For a more in-depth look at the asset read this article focused solely on the Plank by Pre-War Cards HERE.
To watch a video done by Heritage Auctions for their sale of the card, click HERE.
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Eddie Plank
1909-1911 T206 Sweet Caporal PSA 4

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