1909-11 American Caramel E90-1

Issued from 1909 to 1911, the American Caramel E90-1 set consists of 120 cards, each 1-1/2” by 2-3/4”. Each colorized card shows an artistic rendering of the athlete with his name, position and team denoted in a white border area at the bottom of each card. Several players exist in more than one pose or background color, adding to the difficulty in compiling a master set. Cards carry advertising backs. The most coveted example is the rookie card of Joe Jackson, as well as representations of Home Run Baker, Chief Bender, Roger Breshahan, Mordecai Brown, Fred Clarke, Ty Cobb, Hugh Duffy, George Graham, Willie Keeler, Nap Lajoie, Christy Mathewson, Mike Mitchell, Eddie Plank, Tris Speaker, Bill Sweeney, Honus Wagner, Ed Walsh and Cy Young. 


Bill Bailey
Home Run Baker
Jack Barry
George Bell
Harry Bemis
Chief Bender
Bob Bescher
Cliff Blankenship
John Bliss
Bill Bradley
Kitty Bransfield (No P On Shirt)
Kitty Bransfield (P On Shirt)
Roger Bresnahan
Al Bridwell
Buster Brown (Boston)
Mordecai Brown (Chicago)
Donie Bush
John Butler
Howie Camnitz
Frank Chance
Hal Chase
Fred Clarke (Philadelphia)
Fred Clarke (Pittsburgh)
Wally Clement
"Ty" Cobb
Eddie Collins
Frank Corridon
Sam Crawford
Lou Criger
George Davis
Harry Davis
Ray Demmitt
Mike Donlin
Wild Bill Donovan
Red Dooin
Patsy Dougherty
Hugh Duffy
Jimmy Dygert
Rube Ellis
Clyde Engle
Art Fromme
George Gibson (Back View)
George Gibson (Front View)
Peaches Graham
Eddie Grant
Dolly Gray
Bob Groom
Charley Hall
Roy Hartzell (Batting)
Roy Hartzell (Fielding)
Heinie Heitmuller
Harry Howell (Follow Through)
Harry Howell (Wind-Up)
Tex Irwin (Erwin)
Frank Isbell
Joe Jackson
Hughie Jennings
Buck Jordon (Jordan)
Addie Joss (Pitching)
Addie Joss (Portrait)
Ed Karger
Willie Keeler (Portrait, Pink Background)
Willie Keeler (Portrait, Red Background)
Willie Keeler (Throwing)
John Knight
Harry Krause
Nap Lajoie
Tommy Leach (Batting)
Tommy Leach (Throwing)
Sam Leever
Hans Lobert
Harry Lumley
Rube Marquard
Christy Matthewson (Mathewson)
Stuffy McInnes (McInnis)
Harry McIntyre
Larry McLean
George McQuillan
Dots Miller
Fred Mitchell (New York)
Mike Mitchell (Cincinnati)
George Mullin
Rebel Oakes
Paddy O'Connor
Charley O'Leary
Orval Overall
Jim Pastorius
Ed Phelps
Eddie Plank
Lew Richie
Germany Schaefer
Biff Schlitzer
Johnny Seigle (Siegle)
Dave Shean
Jimmy Sheckard
Tris Speaker
Jake Stahl
Oscar Stanage
George Stone (Left Hand Visible)
George Stone (No Hands Visible)
George Stovall
Ed Summers
Bill Sweeney (Boston)
Jeff Sweeney (New York)
Jesse Tannehill (Chicago A.L.)
Lee Tannehill (Chicago N.L.)
Fred Tenney
Ira Thomas (Philadelphia)
Roy Thomas (Boston)
Joe Tinker
Bob Unglaub
Jerry Upp
Honus Wagner (Batting)
Honus Wagner (Throwing)
Bobby Wallace
Ed Walsh
Vic Willis
Hooks Wiltse
Cy Young (Boston)
Cy Young (Cleveland)