Baseball Card Donated to Nuns May Fetch $200K Century-old Honus Wagner card will be windfall By Dan MacKenzie, Newser User Posted Oct 27, 2010 2:31 PM CDT Promoted on Newser Oct 27, 2010 3:15 PM CDT 1 comment Comments A Honus Wagner baseball card, this one in better condition than the one being auctioned. (AP) (User Submitted) – Though his sister, a nun, died more than 10 years ago, a man who died this year left all of his possessions to her order, the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Baltimore. Among those donated gifts was a diamond in the rough, or rather a figurative diamond in rough condition—a century-old T206 series Honus Wagner baseball card. Though the nuns didn't know who Wagner was, they quickly discovered the value of such a card. Even in poor condition, it's expected to collect up to $200,000. "It just boggles your mind," Sister Virginia Muller tells the AP. Though she has taken a vow of poverty, she knows exactly what to do with the windfall; the proceeds will be donated to the order's 35 ministries worldwide.