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Sports Cards Values

Topps cards retain and increase in value more than any other Baseball Card manufacturer. Making topps an ideal investment for any enthusiast or collector. Every baseball card picture is Guaranteed to be 100% authentic & Taken by me. Plus Bowman, Fleer, Donruss PSA Graded & more. Graded Cards usually increase the value.

Universal Baseball Card Value

Graded cards help to determine a universal value

Baseball Card Values varies tremendously depending on numerous factors such as Rooke card, Hall of fame card, Year of the card manufacturer date(obviously the older the card the higher the value) this rule has a few exceptions suck as the late 1980s when Topps began to massively overproduce baseball cards which in turn dropped their baseball card values significantly for those years which are basically from 1986-1989 with 1987, 1988 and 1989 being the worst. Certain players such as Micky Mantle and Babe Ruth are probably the most popular baseball player of all times. Hence making their baseball cards some of the most sought after and highest values.

Despite certain cards some would assume have an extremely high value, they are not the most valuable original Baseball Card Values on the market. Baseball Card values have continued to appreciate and are commonly seen circulating in the baseball card collecting community. Many Baseball Card Values can be very expensive, and you might have to tap into your bank account to be able to afford some of the higher end big money value cards.

baseball cards were often distributed with other products, such as chewing gum and other rare products some of which are unbelievably difficult find in today’s market. The initial purpose of baseball cards was to give fans a picture and profile of each players stats and to collect all-star cards and cards of your favorite team or player. Baseball card values have come a long way in the past few decades. The most valuable cards are very difficult to obtain and are usually part of someone’s personal collections. With that said there are still millions of cards stacked or packed away in attics, garages, basements and storage facilities throughout the country. This is a good reason to keep your eyes open for yard sales, estate sales or garages sales. If you look hard enough you are sure to find some high value baseball cards.

The first Baseball Card for Babe Ruth was printed in 1914 and clearly has an extremely high value. It was printed when he was a minor league player with the Baltimore Orioles. This baseball card was the first baseball card manufactured of the pitching prospect. As per it’s value, this specific card was selling upwards of $500,00 10 years ago so I can’t imagine was the value is now but I’m sure it’s probably hit the million mark.

A  baseball cards Value  mainly depends on the condition of the card. Baseball card collectors get very serious about the condition of cards they are seeking to purchase. When a baseball card value is graded the card is granted a condition value which translates to a monetary value. A graded card helps to determine the cards universal value, based on the grade that the card receives 1 being the worst and 10 being the best. The many different collectors are seeking Baseball Card Values in Rookie cards, Special Insert cards, Hall of fame Cards, All Stars, Record Breakers, and many more niche card categories.

Remember to always keep yours eyes open at yard sales and auction sites such as eBay for that hidden gem high value baseball card or cards.


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