1886 MacIntire Studio Cabinets

Set Type: Primary
Card dimensions:
Approximately 4¼” x 6½”
Additional Information: The checklist below comes directly from the SCD 2011 Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards. The cards are blank-backed and unnumbered. The catalog states that all the known cards are of Phillies and that there are two Wright poses. However, it does not have any information as to what the second Wright pose might be. As a result, the checklist below lists just the one card, for now. Beckett currently lists nothing about the set.

The Wright card image comes from a page on the Robert Edward Auctions website, which gives the card dimensions stated above. However, SCD gives the card dimensions as 3¾” x 5¾”. This set is very likely the first one containing cards of Phillies.

Tony Cusick
Edward Daily
Jack Farrell
Charlie Ganzel
James “Deacon” McGuire
Ledell “Cannonball” Titcomb
Harry Wright
Philadelphia Team Photo

4 responses to “1886 MacIntire Studio Cabinets

  1. My collection will not be complete until I own at least one card of Cannonball Titcomb.

  2. Notice how, unlike with “Deacon” McGuire, there are no quotation marks around Cannonball. Or around Titcomb, for that matter.

    • That’s my fault. Part of how methodology in compiling the checklists is to standardize the names for ease of searching in the Excel spreadsheet. I typically put nicknames in quotes after the first name. While there are exceptions — such as Bake McBride — I really should have put quotes around “Cannonball” and properly listed his first name as “Ledell” (no quotes, of course).

      By the time you read this, I will have fixed this oversight.

      • steveinphilly

        Ledell Titcomb – sounds like he could be one of the Reggie Cleveland All-Stars.

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