5 thoughts on “Three reasons why Babe Ruth’s 1932 U.S. Caramel baseball card is awesome”
I don’t know if this qualifies as a 4th reason, but Sports Collectors Daily reports:
“1932 U.S. Caramels are extremely difficult to find in any condition, let alone PSA 8. The company has graded only 113 Ruth cards with just 12 reaching the
Reason 5: They put “George” as his first name on the card. How often do we walk around talking about George Ruth? If we did, people would be like, “Who is this George Ruth?”
I forgot about reason number 4: U.S. Caramel. It’s the U.S. and it’s caramel. That’s a hard combo to beat.
Erik, that would be reason number six. Hey, he’s a reason number 7. It’s awesome because you wrote about it. You should write more blog posts for 57hits.com.
What does CMGR-2 on the top of the card mean? Is it worth any money/