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Baseball card knowledge, anyone?

Do any of you guys know anything about baseball cards? If so, I have lots of questions haha.

12 days ago

Fire away I bought a store for my wife. And I collected them.  Many in storage allot of investment graded by P.S.A.

12 days ago

I have to go I will be back. You will be surprised!! Tuesday.

12 days ago

You do not want to know how many baseball cards I have. I have the Topps complete set from 2006-present. I also like Pokémon cards. 

9 days ago

I have two !any . I told you I think in a message. The P.S.A. Are in the safe . I never knew they would go this high.. 

9 days ago

With Baseball cards, the rarest is the T26 Honus Warner from 1912, worth about 3 million. For budget rare, the Topps 1959 Mickey Mantle is the most valuable.

8 days ago

Most expense I ever had, which wasn't a big collection in the first place, was a Topps 1974 Rollie Fingers. At one time they were trading for a few hundred. Not so much now since the market crashed. I think I had the complete set of that year, or '75?

8 days ago

I just saw some company is selling shares of certain cards. Just like stocks. Starts at $3.00. The owner retains the card. A finite number of shares are listed.

7 days ago

I have been dealing with cards before coins. To explain the industry the way it is today would take a book. I'm not up to that. But selling them and having famous players come to the store the kids would like up at one the block. That part I miss. You want to see prices go to Boyds Sports Cards.The prices go com a 1.50 to tens of thousands. Mantle just set a record. So I have some yes I do. Bought the rookie cards years ago. It turned out we have the right ones.  In every sport.!! The prices.just keep going up.  But if you don't know sports I wouldn't botther. Why because you have to know these players from college and high school yes we have Derek Jeters high school card and up the line.

7 days ago
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