2004 Standard Catalog of Baseball Cardsby Bob Lemke
The biggest and best reference catalog in the card collecting hobby continues to grow with its 2004
The recent years have been as volatile as any in the history of card collecting due to the continuing flood of new card issues combined with ever-changing patterns of player popularity. Today, collectors need an up-to-date price guide to stay on top of the hobby!
The biggest and best reference catalog in the card collecting hobby continues to grow with its 2004 edition weighing in at a record 1,728 large-format pages. In addition to chronicling the continuing outpouring of new card issues, this edition reaches back over more than a century of hobby history to present pictures, facts and-most importantly-accurate market valuations for more than half a million baseball cards and related collectibles.
Newly discovered additions to popularly collected sets of the 19th century and rare local issues never before documented in any catalog are among the exclusive listings found in its pages.
- Largest edition to date with a record 1,728 large-format pages
- Accurate market valuations for more than 500,000 baseball cards and related collectibles
- Krause Publications
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- 8.22(w) x 10.78(h) x 2.78(d)
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