How To Find The Value of a Baseball Card


  1. Jeff Wise

    September 3, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    Thank you for posting that video on baseball card values. He clearly told us what to look for. The last few years I’ve been thinking about attempting to sell my collection. I haven’t decided yet but this video reminds me that the cards really need to be valuable or nobody will buy them.

  2. Christopher

    September 20, 2010 at 2:45 pm

    Baseball cards are a funny business now. If the card is not a Auto, Game Used or 1/1 it is hard to get any resale value out of them. As a collector I prefer to trade/sell by BV (book value) and Beckett seems to be the most widely used guide, but I find more and more on trading sites that people like to use eBay as guide. Also another thing to factor in is the fact that now Topps is the only officially licensed baseball card company. Other companies can produce cards with the players but they can’t be shown in their uniforms.
    .-= Christopher´s last blog ..Musical iPad Commercial =-.

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