Helmar Collector Checklists

Note: the most current updates, with photos and enhanced material, are available at helmarbrewing.com. You can register for free.

Click a  DIAMOND  link to receive the desired checklist by email auto-responder! Lists are periodically updated and corrected.

R319-Helmar Master Checklist.  now 385 cards to date in a format similar to the 1933 Goudey set. Latest update June 30, 2013

H813-4 Boston Garter-Helmar Checklist. 45 very unusual cards with great artwork.

L3 Helmar Master Checklist. Reminiscent of the famous Rose postcard set. Inset crystals, 207 cards.

 R321-Helmar Master Checklist. A series of 77 hand-made cards. Four players on a card. Updated June 14, 2014

Helmar 6-Up Die-Cut Master Checklist. 74 team cards with 6 player portraits die-cut into a local scene. Many scarce minor league teams.

 E145-Helmar Master Checklist. Similar in design to the 1914-5 Cracker Jacks. 104 cards.

Helmar Imperial Cabinets Master Checklist.  Large colored player images on heavy board. Updated June 14, 2014

 Prominent Newsmakers Cabinets Master Checklist. Traditional cabinet cards.

 Heroes of the Polo Grounds Master Checklist.  The most complete series ever on the subject. Series now retired.

 L1-Helmar Leathers Master Checklist.  On genuine leather. Series now retired.

 T202-Helmar Master Checklist. The iconic triple folders.

R318-Helmar Master Checklist. Our “Hey-Batter” series of player die cut cards.

T206-Helmar Master Checklist. Cards 1-192. Updated June 14, 2014

Discussion

17 thoughts on “Helmar Collector Checklists

  1. Just purchased my first 2 Helmar cards last night. Cant wait to them them . Thank you

    Posted by james | November 11, 2015, 1:50 pm
  2. Charles, Nice addition to the hobby. Your cards are beautiful and interesting. I am a fan and will be buying. My only input is if your cards are only printed to 40, can you # them ?
    thank you, Jimmy

    Posted by james | November 9, 2015, 8:05 am
  3. Brian, you are very, very kind. Thank you for taking the time to drop me that nice note. I really do appreciate it very much. Always the best, Charles

    Posted by Charles | March 8, 2015, 7:14 pm
  4. Hi Charles, I just discovered your beautiful cards, seriously, I just discovered them about 12 minutes ago. They are simply amazing. I am happy there are people like you around in this world who create such beauty. In the morning, I will let my son, who is just now getting into collecting baseball cards, discover your masterpieces too.

    Good night from Texas,
    Brian Humek

    Posted by Brian Humek | March 4, 2015, 1:43 am
  5. Hey Charlie,
    Long time, no hear. It’s your old pal from Philly. Hope all is well with you, Sharon, Nick and Alex. Here’s wishing you all a wonderful Thanksgiving.
    All best,
    Al Roth

    Posted by benedettobrien | November 23, 2014, 6:03 pm
  6. Can you add T206 Checklist and update R321 Checklist?

    Thanks

    Posted by Steven Greenes | June 3, 2014, 10:23 pm
  7. I see you are retiring the heroes of the polo grounds. I never saw the Fred Tenney being made. Was there any printed of Fred Tenney. I would like to have one if possible.

    Posted by carroll r tenney | July 23, 2013, 12:32 am
    • Hello Carroll, I just have the one for myself. I might know someone that has the Tenney card, I will write him and, if he has one, ask him to contact you directly. I have your email. Thanks, Charles

      Posted by Charles | July 23, 2013, 1:11 am
  8. Can you add the R318 checklist?

    Thank You

    Posted by Steven Greenes | April 17, 2013, 11:55 am
  9. I would be happy to, thank you. First I have to remember how the heck I did this. I’ll add the other new series as well.

    Posted by Charles | January 12, 2013, 3:36 pm
  10. Can you add the H813-4 Checklist?

    Thanks

    Posted by Steven Greenes | January 5, 2013, 4:04 pm

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