1895 Mayo Cut Plug (N300)
The Mayo Tobacco Works of Richmond, Virginia, issued this 48-card set. The cards measure 1 5/8" by 2 7/8" and feature 40 different players, 28 of whom are in uniform and twelve that appear in street clothes. There are also eight major varieties to make a total of 48 cards. The black-and-white (or sepia) cards have a blank reverse and no numbers, so they are listed in alphabetical order. The Cap Anson card is generally considered to the most valuable issue in the set.