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PHOTOS: Vintage Baseball Cards

PHOTOS: Vintage Baseball Cards
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As early as the late 1800s, baseball collectibles were the brainchild of savvy marketers who gave away baseball cards and other goodies as premiums with product purchases. The best example is tobacco baseball cards.

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View photos of early Red Sox players and Fenway.

Here are some examples of early Red Sox players’ cards. Click on the image to move forward to the next.

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