The 1910 E98 set is perhaps the most rare and the most coveted in the hobby. Created by an anonymous manufacturer in the early 20th century and similar in appearance to the Standard Caramel issues of the same era, each example in the 30-card E98 set measures 1-1/2" by 2-3/4". The set is an unabashed treasure trove of Hall of Fame talent (17 so-honored players in all), with a colorized player portrayal and a white border. Identified in black ink at the bottom border is the respective athlete’s name and team city. Some, but not all, of the cards in the set can be found with one of four different color backgrounds -- either red, blue, orange, or green. A checklist of the 30 subjects in the set is printed in brown ink on the reverse of each piece. Though each is coveted, the most highly prized examples belong to Ty Cobb, Connie Mack, Christy Mathewson, Honus Wagner, and Cy Young. Also anchoring the set are triple play legends Frank Chance, Johnny Evers, and Joe Tinker. For decades, examples of the set were known to exist primarily in lower grades, adding to the desirably and collectability. However, a remarkable cache of the cards, unquestionably the most pristine examples known to exist, was discovered in 2012. All but three of the cards in that unprecedented find were graded by PSA as equal to or standing alone as the finest copies in existence.