Last Saturday I was browsing on Ebay and pulled up a search of tobacco cards and found the following 17 cards being offered at a starting bid of .99+$1.50 s/h. I put in a bid of $1.08 not expecting to win but got lucky when no one else bid. These are now my oldest cards. They were issued in Great Britain in 1928. For reference, in 1928 Rogers Hornsby led both leagues in hitting with a .387 average, Babe Ruth hit 54 home runs and tied Lou Gehrig with 142 RBI's. The Yankees won 101 games and demolished the St. Louis Cardinals four games to none in the World Series. Ruth and Gehrig went wild, Ruth hitting .625 with 3 HR, 4 RBI and 9 runs scored, while Gehrig hit .545 with 4 HR, 9 RBI and 5 runs scored.