This 1912 T207 Brown Background reprint baseball card set, including the Broad Leaf, Cycle, Recruit, Napoleon and Red Cross back variations, was re-produced by Dean's Cards. The T207 baseball card reprints are also available for sale and singles or as Team Sets.
We also have other great reprint sets and cards for sale here.
Discounts start at orders over $50 & go up to 20% off our listed prices.
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Take a look at the 22,382 cards added in September with a value of $610,544.40.
Shop our online SI inventory and pick up issues of your favorite players or teams. We have many different sports magazines to choose from, spanning multiple decades. Sports Illustrated Magazines are perfect to frame and put on the wall in the man cave. Click here to shop the largest Sports Illustrated back issues selection online.
We currently have over 60 different Topps Complete Baseball Card Sets from the 1960s posted online - with a value of $270,121.00! Each one was hand built in-house. Our complete sets are built more consistently than anyone else in the hobby, so you get a better value AND a better quality set! Click here to see our selection.
The vintage sports cards that we sell have a QR code and you can view your ACTUAL CARDS on your Smart Phone or Tablet after purchase. You can't do this anywhere else! Just another way Dean's Cards goes above and beyond the competition -- click to learn more.
Dean's Book The Bubble Gum Card War is currently ranked on both Amazon's Best Seller List and Amazon's Kindle Best Seller List - in their respective categories. If you would, PLEASE LEAVE DEAN A REVIEW & read his first book: Before There Was Bubble Gum: Our Favorite Pre-World War I Baseball Cards.
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