About


The Radicards Museum 

Welcome to the museum extension of radicards.com. This site exists for two reasons: to showcase the Frank Thomas collection (Gallery > Frank Thomas) owned by the creator of the site, and to act as a reference guide for other collectors. Please use it to help identify cards in your collection.

 *** ATTENTION ***
*** Nothing on this site is for sale or trade ***
*** All such inquiries will be ignored ***

*Check the:

*Viewing tips:

  • To view the Frank Thomas Collection, go to: Gallery > Frank Thomas
  • To view everything else, go to: Gallery > Medley
  • To scroll through scans more efficiently, use the left & right keys on your keyboard
  • View meta descriptions by hovering your cursor over thumbnails
  • All images within each portfolio are alphabetized by make

*Try the Search bar: In addition to image titles, tags are added for an efficient query result. Use these tags to run search queries:

  • 1/1: Descriptive.
  • Bankruptcy: This includes anything from brand bankruptcies.
  • Buyback: Companies sometimes buy some of their older cards back from the market, alter them in some way, and release them back into the market.
  • Cameo: These are cards of other players that depict Frank Thomas in the background.
  • Error: This includes misprints, miscuts, overprints and anything else in the errors category.
  • Fake: Descriptive.
  • Jumbo: This includes any card larger than the standard-sized baseball card.
  • Promo: This includes samples both stated and unstated.
  • Proof: This emcompasses a variety of cards that weren’t ready for release. This may include missing foil, oversized, or otherwise not release ready.
  • R&N China: Any porcelain cards will be uncovered using this tag.
  • Signed: Anything signed. This includes pack-pulled and in-person signatures where applicable.
  • Show Stamp: This includes anything that depicts a stamp from a convention or show.
  • Uncirculated: This includes box-toppers both sealed and unsealed.