Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Undervalued Baseball Cards

Baseball Cards For Sale
This is a one time post reflecting baseball cards.

My Baseball Card Space now sells its own cards, and starting today 8/18/2014, the first card will be listed here. Buy the following Magic Johnson jersey autograph here and it is serial numbered out of only 32 cards. Please feel free to email me with any questions at Also, if you would like shipping discounts for purchasing multiple cards, please email me so that I can give you a quote. The Clyde Drexler autographed jersey card along with the David Robinson autograph are great items for you as well. More and more cards are being listed, find a great deal here including a Ken Griffey Jr. Upper Deck game worn jersey card from 2004.
Magic Johnson Autographed Jersey Card 2006-07 UD SP out of only 32
Clyde Drexler 2009-10 Panini Classics jersey autographed card out of only 25 but number 22 (jersey number!!!!!!)
David Robinson 2009-10 Panini Preferred autographed basketball card - Crown Royale serial numbered 09/10. (wow!)
Larry Bird 2010-11 Panini Absolute Icons autographed basketball card - serial numbered 19/25.
Shaq 2003-04 Topps Chrome Chromographs autographed basketball card - only $39.99.
Buy a Ken Griffey Jr. 2004 UD game worn jersey card serial numbered /199 for only $9.99 here.
Buy a 1992 Kayo Boxing gold hologram card of Evander Holyfield and Mike Tyson (MBS 9 mint) here.
Find a great 1999-00 Fleer Mystique Ron Artest serial numbered rookie card (MBS 10 gem mint) here.
Vince Carter Panini Prizm autograph from 2013-14 only $29.99.

The links on here from this point on are other people's cards. A comprehensive baseball card directory can be found on this page. The following are taken from articles from the sites: for instance, Dan Marino will be found under M and Michael Jordan will be found under J. The basketball cards from the 1980's and the rookies it contains are superb long-term investments for card collectors in my opinion and can certainly provide a good gain for getting them at current prices.

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The directory will also consist of specific card years for baseball and football.  In basketball and hockey, the years contain two years such as 1980/81.  To find those, search for the beginning year such as 1980 for 1980/81 Topps.
1980   1981   1982    1983     1984    1985   1986   1987   1988              1997

    1989 Score Football               1989 Topps Baseball            1982 Topps Baseball              1983 Topps Baseball             
   1983 Star Company              Star Company Bagged Set           1986-87 Fleer                     1993 Bowman             
    1992 Bowman                            1985 Donruss             1981 Topps Baseball              1988 Topps Baseball          
     1980 Topps                       1987 Topps                        1985 Topps Baseball                  vintage card                        
     1951 Bowman                      1953 Topps              1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle                 1980-81 Topps
  Upper Deck Exquisite Basketball                        1987-88 Fleer Basketball                               1981-82 Topps

These first links are for cards currently for sale by me on the site.  Please see the details on each page, so far there are about 6 pages with cards for sale and many of them are available in quantity, and for great prices.  The more cards you order at one time, the more the shipping discounts are.
1997-98 Skybox Premium Tim Duncan Rookie   SPX Triple Jersey and Autographed Robin Lopez Rookie    SPX Patrick Ewing Jr. Jersey Autograph
2003-04 Upper Deck Rookie Exclusives Lebron James rookie card #1     Topps Finest Brandon Roy rookie card    Randall Cunningham Autograph
Fleer Ultra Allen Iverson Rookie    Topps Signature Basketball Cards Low Prices   Ultimate Collection Basketball Cards
1989 Donruss Rated Rookie card - Ken Griffey Jr. #33 - only $4        Sinorice Moss Letterman Patch Autograph Rookie   Roberto Alomar Rated Rookie Just $1
1979-80 Topps Basketball Phil Ford Rookie Only $1   1986 Topps Baseball Ozzie Guillen Rookie Card  1987-88 Fleer Danny Ainge - $1 only awesome deal
The rest of this page is going to highlight everything from the site, including all memberships in social networking sites promoting My Baseball Card Space, and so much more.  This site strives to be the most comprehensive sports card list you will ever need.  The cards offered for sale are from sellers from all around the world.
Baseball Card Directory - Organized by letter and by year.
Hanley Ramirez Rookie     Mickey Mantle Rookie    Baseball Card Information   Authentic Autographed Memorabilia
Manny Machado Rookie Cards

Vintage baseball cards are a wise choice when purchasing cards because the players have already proven to be great or are already considered to be rare and are valuable.  These cards usually tend to hold their value much better than newer cards because the players no longer have to prove themselves in order to maintain their worth.  Joining Ebay through the link on this page is also a great idea because you can purchase baseball cards at prices well below book value and find a wide variety of cards that usually cannot be found in one place. 
First, the most valuable vintage baseball card in existence other than the original Peck & Snyder card is the 1909 T-206 Honus Wagner tobacco card. The auctions for his card routintely fetch over $50,000, $100,000, and much higher prices depending on condition.  For our article on T-206 vintage baseball cards, here is a link to them - t-206 vintage cards
Among the most valuable cards today in vintage cards are ones from Lou Gherig, Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Mickey Mantle, Willie Mays and several other players.  Goudey baseball cards contain some of those names along with Joe DiMaggio.  Clicking on any of the links on this page will bring you to a detailed page containing information on the topic that the link describes, so as you can see, My Baseball Card Space Community website  has a lot of free valuable information along with a free baseball card community where you can buy, sell and trade your cards for free.  There also is a forum where you can learn more about sports cards and post your want lists and sell lists.  Joining Ebay is also recommended as it can provide more buying and selling resources and is the best online place to trade cards in my opinion as I have been a member for over 7 years. 
Bowman vintage baseball cards are great and contain the 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle rookie card and Willie Mays rookie from that year as well.  Finding cards like those can be difficult because of the high values for them.  If you shop for them on Ebay though, and you also look for commons and lesser stars from those years, you can find that a card maybe with a value of $80 in near mint condition can be found for $30 or $40.  Here is a page of our site devoted to sports cards sales
Collecting baseball cards  started to gain a lot of popularity in the 1970's and 1980's when collectors started to value the older vintage cards.  A lot of the reason is that they wanted to start to get some of their childhood cards, and people also realized that most of the cards were wasted and thrown away, making them rare collectibles.  Modern cards are great too, and joining the site and seeing our sports news articles can teach you a lot about the hobby.  I also encourage you to join Ebay and to shop for card listings that are listed above and below this paragraph.

I have collected for many years, here are some of my favorite products.

  1989 Score Football     1989 Topps Baseball     1982 Topps Baseball       1983 Topps Baseball      1983 Star Company
 Star Company Bagged Set           1986-87 Fleer             1993 Bowman             1992 Bowman        1985 Donruss
    1981 Topps Baseball       1988 Topps Baseball        1980 Topps      1987 Topps      1985 Topps Baseball           
   vintage card         1951 Bowman       1953 Topps       1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle      1980-81 Topps

1981 Topps boxes for sale

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