Simply stated, last week’s celebrated release of 2012 National Treasures Baseball included some of the most historically significant trading cards ever produced, including bat knobs, buttons, booklets and cut signatures honoring the greatest baseball players to all time.
But National Treasures has always been about much more than just legends and current superstars from the world of sports. It’s also about honoring history-makers and pioneers off the field as well. So when you have an opportunity to make something as remarkable as, say, Amelia Earhart’s first memorabilia trading card, well, you do it.
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