About

Pulp Ephemera is a sports and culture blog for baseball, baseball cards, as well as other sports & trading cards. Most importantly, here on Pulp Ephemera no card is too wrinkled, too faded, or too poor to regard and admire.

Contributor: M. G. Moscato is the primary author of Pulp Ephemera. Essays have appeared in CineActionThe Hardball Times, Spitball, Stymie, Sports Collectors Digest, Aethlon, and Sports Collectors Daily. Poems have appeared in Lungfull!, Plainsongs, and Harpur Palate.

Twitter: Pulp Ephemera is also at https://twitter.com/PulpEphemera.

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Legal Disclaimers, Boilerplate: Unless stated otherwise, all images and/or videos that appear on the Pulp Ephemera blog, Facebook page, or Twitter feed belong to their respective copyright holders. Every effort is made to provide appropriate author/owner attribution in posts, post tags, etc. In any case, as all images are provided for the sake of criticism and/or commentary, it is my contention that such usage falls under the doctrine of “fair use.” However, if for any reason you feel a copyright has been violated here, then please make a comment on the corresponding post and I will remove the image(s) in question.

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for following The Immortal Jukebox. I hope you are finding lots to entertain you and maybe make some discoveries. If you haven’t visited for a while check it out again. Please feel free to add comments. Good luck with your blog. Regards Thom.

  2. Hello, Mr. Moscato.

    I recently bought a box of cards at a swap meet and cannot decide whether or not to have one of the cards in that box authenticated. It is a 1933 Napolean Lajoie card (Goudey Gum).

    I’m desperate for advice. Any suggestions, tips, or advice?

    Thank you for your time!

    • Hi Ricardo, if you’re going to card swap meets, then you probably know as much about this stuff as I do. I am by no means an expert. That said, if you’re concerned about its authenticity or lack thereof in light of whatever your trade or purchase, then you may well want to have it verified by PSA or the like. If it’s more curiosity or you don’t want to yet splurge on authentication costs (and risk of shipping), a free forum like http://www.net54baseball.com should have members willing and able to offer their opinions on its likelihood of authenticity (provided you upload a high-quality scan/photo). Hope this helps!

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