Rare Cache of Ty Cobb Baseball Cards Found, Worth Millions
Seven identical Ty Cobb baseball cards that date between 1909 to 1911 have been found in a crumpled brown bag inside of an old house. The whole cache could go for over a million dollars.
The cards were discovered by a family in a rundown home of a deceased great-grandfather, before that it was believed that only fifteen of the cards existed. Rick Snyder of MINT State Inc. was first contacted by the family, "I doubted they were authentic because finding seven of these cards at one place at one time seemed almost impossible."
The Ty Cobb cards come from a famed lot known as T206, a group that contains the Honus Wagner card which is possibly the most sought after baseball card. The cards rate at 3.5 to 4.5 on a scale of 1–10, 10 being mint condition.
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