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Baseball card collecting has been around since the 1800's, and millions of young and old enthusiasts collect baseball cards. Serious involvement shown by some enthusiasts who invest a lot of money and some even pursue a career in baseball cards. Baseball cards are sold for as little as 10 cents while a few cards are traded for as much as hundreds of thousands of dollars.Baseball became an increasingly popular sport in the USA after the Civil War. In those days when there ...
For more than a hundred years, baseball cards have been an inimitable part of the American society. These cards have made progress in the last ten years, to provide to the collector, the opportunity to see the pictures as well as the statistics of their favorite players.Quite a number of collectors would get tired of collecting the conventional baseball card layout and as such the manufacturing companies of these cards had to discover something in order to increase the sa...
One of baseballand#8217;s most cherished old wivesand#8217; tales is that youand#8217;re never as good as you look when youand#8217;re playing well, and never as bad as you look when youand#8217;re playing poorly. Wrong. The 2012 Red Sox, the worst Boston team since 1965 and the first to lose 90 or more games since 1966, were just as bad as they looked and possibly worse.
Boston Red Sox's Dustin Pedroia watches from the dugout along with teammates during the ninth inning of a baseball game against the New York Yankees, Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012, in New York. The Yankees won 14-2.
2012 Sega Card-Gen (Japanese Arcade Game Card) 2012 Topps 273B VAR SPHolding squirrel 2009 Upper Deck Signature Stars 188 2011 Prime Cuts 10 0599 2009 Topps Heritage 555 RC
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|1965 Topps #296 - Tony Taylor|
Sale Price: $2.00
|1965 Topps #103 - Harvey Kuenn|
Sale Price: $0.90
|1965 Topps #371 - Frank Kreutzer|
Sale Price: $1.50
looking to purchase Keokuk,Ia Burlington,Ia Quincy,Ill Hannibal,Mo or Mike Moustakas items if you have anything in those categories for sale please feel free to let me know, thanks
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Question: I want to get some of my rookie and stars cards graded. Which company is the best to use? I see in back of Beckett(for example 1992 Topps Traded Cal Ripken) I see 4 or 5 different grading companies all with different values of that card. Which is top company to chose. Any help would be very appreciated. Thanks
Thanks for your help---That'll. I'll check it out
Answer: Beckett Grading Services (BGS) is the one that is most sought after because of their stringent grading requirements. I've sent in cards that I knew for sure were going to be 9.5's or maybe 10's and they've come back at 8.5's. It is almost impossible for you to get a Pristine 10 from BGS and if you do, you've hit the jackpot. Pacific Sports Authentication (PSA) is good, but last I checked they didn't do 1/2 grades. They only scored with a whole number like a 8 or a 9. They used to be the number one company but I believe it's now BGS. There are a myriad of other grading services, but I believe for sports cards, the two mentioned above are the best. I've seen cards by SGC and others, but it doesn't seem like they are as sought after as BGS or PSA. Good luck.
Question: i have hundreds of old baseball cards. where can i find the values of them.
Answer: Become a member. http://www.beckett.com/default.osi http://www.beckett.com/priceguides/