A Honus Wagner 1910 tobacco card became the world’s most valuable, partly due to an error in production. It now joins the ranks of inverted Jenny upside down airplane stamp and double-die penny.
In 1908, baseball great Honus Wagner was planning to retire from the Pittsburg Pirates, but the Pirates owner was so anxious to keep his star that he doubled Wagner's salary -- to $10,000.
The discovery and sale of rare Ty Cobb cards has boosted overall prices for valuable vintage baseball cards, including an iconic Honus Wagner, which sold for $440,000.
The world’s most desirable and soon to be most valuable baseball card takes a glamorous road trip with millions of dollars of other cards.
The incredibly rare Honus Wagner baseball card was auctioned off for millions of dollars on Sunday, according to Bleacher Report. The Honus Wagner baseball card that was sold for an unbelievable $1.32 million, is one of only about 2...