Grab a piece of baseball history with this T206 El Principe de Gales off back baseball card. This 1909 T206 EPDG PSA 1 is graded and is highly sought after by T206 collectors due to the rarity of the El Principe de Gales back. Only approximately 1.21% of T206 backs are El Principe de Gales, which makes them a rare back. In addition to the rarity, it has a very unique T206 back compared to the others.
For any T206 HOF collector or vintage baseball collector, this is a perfect card to add to your collection! Not many of these are for sale, so don’t miss your chance to buy a piece of vintage pre-war baseball history. CSG is one of the other top sports card grading companies along with PSA. They share a similar grading standard of this being a 3.5, Very good+ condition would stand for all grading companies.
For any T206 HOF collector or vintage baseball collector, this is a perfect card to add to your collection! Visit our Hall of Fame Relics shop to find other T206 PSA, SGC graded and raw cards. We have many HOF T206 players available, rare off backs like El Principe De Gales, Cycle, Old Mill, Sovereign, Polar Bear, as well as unique variations such as Piedmont Factory 42, Sweet Caporal Double Factories, T206 error cards, Southern Leaguers, and more!
The 1909 T206 Nap Rucker Throwing with the El Principe De Gales (EPDG) back is a highly intriguing card for vintage baseball card collectors. Part of the celebrated T206 set, produced between 1909 and 1911, this card features Nap Rucker, a prominent pitcher for the Brooklyn Superbas (later Dodgers). Rucker, known for his powerful left-handed pitching, was a standout player during the dead-ball era of baseball.
What makes this card particularly unique and sought-after is the “El Principe De Gales” back. Cards from the T206 series were issued with various tobacco brand advertisements on the reverse, and the EPDG backs are among the rarer and more desirable variations. This scarcity often attracts collectors who specialize in “Tough Backs” or unique variations within the T206 series.
Despite the lower grade of PSA 1, indicating significant wear but still intact, this card’s rarity and historical significance keep it in high demand. Cards like this offer a glimpse into the early days of baseball and are prized for their historical value as much as their rarity and condition.