Many collectors attribute the success to color parallel sports cards today to the Precious Metal Gems parallel set with its vibrant colors.
All you need to know about “the hobby” and the fascinating world of collecting sports cards.
There are plenty of overpriced cards out there, but some of the superfractor autograph cards take the cake.
If you read Making a quick flip: Tips on which players to target for short-term investments and Tips for picking the right players to invest in over the long-term, then you have a better idea of which baseball players have a higher chance of yielding a positive net value.
There was a time when sports card companies were printing sports cards like they had a licence to print money.
For those who are relatively new to collecting, there probably isn’t a second thought of whether an autographed card is directly on the card itself or on a sticker attached to the card.
Any serious or longtime hobbyist and sports card collector knows that things can get out of hand very quickly if you’re not organized.
A couple of earlier posts of storage options for your graded sports cards needs seemed to do so well that some of those options have sold out.
There are a couple more options we thought collectors might be interested in. Click the links to get more details on each storage solution.
We know grading cards is subjective but there’s no way around it – collectors will still pay a premium for cards that are officially graded higher.
And there seems to be more trust put into grading services like Beckett and PSA to name just a couple.
One of the most common questions we get (especially through our Instagram DMs) is, “What’s the value of this baseball card, football card, hockey card, basketball card?”