Price: 10.95 USD
JOSH GIBSON, ’38 HOMESTEAD GRAYS NEGRO LEAGUE BLACK BABE RUTH NM+ CONDITION
About this card:
It is an original, not a reprint or copy of any existing card.
Created on a printing press, not a homemade digital or inkjet product.
500 of this card issued in 1989, no “parallels” or variations were made.
Designed and manufactured by disabled Vietnam veteran Dave Stewart of San Francisco, California.
Scroll down for more details about Mr. Stewart.
Shipped quickly and securely, inside a brand new soft sleeve and rigid toploader.
ABOUT DAVE STEWART AND HIS CARDS:
is not the Dave Stewart who used to pitch for the Oakland Athletics.
This Dave Stewart was a disabled Vietnam Veteran who created a modest
number of unusual cards in San Francisco during the 1980s and early
1990s. All of his creations feature an American Flag and a POW/MIA Flag
with the legend “Support Disabled American Veterans”. They are 2 x
3-1/2 inches in size.
Stewart gave away his baseball cards in
It is not known how many of each card Dave
Guaranteed book value:
This card will always be worth more than you paid. The
minimum “book value” is the price above. I will buy this card back from
you for what you paid any time you ask. Next week, next year, or ten
years from now. I can do this only because I know that this card is worth more than I am selling it for.
years selling cards online. Before that, owner of Space City Cards
Comics & Coins on Main St. in Houston. As a kid I loved baseball and
football, and collected cards starting in 1959 – that’s 60 years, but
it feels like yesterday. I have bought and sold millions of
sports cards over the years. The kids who used to frequent my card shop
named me the “Grouchy Old Man” because I had to keep them in line. The
nickname stuck. I’m not that grouchy anymore. I have over 100,000 online transactions, with an average feedback score of 100% over the years.