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Considered a “mindblowing” pre-war card that defies the laws of probability. Manufactured in 1910, this Ty Cobb E98 Red card has remained perfectly preserved since, and is believed to be one of the most scarce and well-conditioned pre-war cards in circulation. Only two Ty Cobb E98 PSA Gem Mint 10’s are known to exist in the world.


Ty Cobb, nicknamed “The Georgia Peach” was an exceptional five-tool baseball player. Cobb’s illustrious career spanned from 1905-1928, primarily as the Centerfielder for the Detroit Tigers. Cobb’s career achievements include: American League MVP in 1911, Triple Crown Winner in 1909, 12x American League batting champion, 4x American League RBI leader, and 6x American League stolen base leader. Cobb is credited with setting an astounding 90 MLB records during his career. He still holds several records as of the end of the 2019 season, including the highest career batting average and most career batting titles. Cobb was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1936, and was selected for the Major League Baseball’s All-Century Team. Said Hall of Fame manager Casey Stengel, “I never saw anyone like Ty Cobb. No one even close to him. He was the greatest all time ballplayer. That guy was superhuman, amazing.”


This card is graded a Gem-Mint 10 by PSA, sports collectibles leading grading company. Only 2 Ty Cobb E98 Gem Mint 10’s exist in the world.
The last sale of a 1910 Ty Cobb E98 PSA Gem Mint 10 was for $264,000 in May 2019 via Goldin Auctions.
The PWCC Top 100 index, an index that tracks the price movements of the top 100 most valuable trading cards sold at auction, and which includes other comparable cards to the Ty Cobb E98, has risen 264% since January 2008.
This card is part of the 1910 E98 “Set of 30”, a collection that contains 30 players from the early 20th century. As history would have it, 17 of those 30 players would later be admitted to the Baseball Hall of Fame, including Cobb.
Each subject in the 1910 E98 Set of 30 is set against a background of four color variations: blue, green, orange, and red. The back of the card lists all 30 subjects featured in the set
Created by an anonymous manufacturer in the early 20th century. Made in the style of “caramel cards”, which were packaged with candy and sold mostly to children.
Interest in these cards skyrocketed after the famous 2012 “Black Swamp Find” in which 700 caramel cards were discovered in an attic in Ohio.
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