I'm looking for a site to lookup sports card value

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haus1028
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24 Feb 07 05:36:25 pm
I purchased 400 sports cards and I don't know anything about them. I need a book or a site to look them up so if anyone could help I would be gratefull.


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24 Feb 07 05:42:00 pm
You have to use becket if you want a true card value evaluation. They hold the standards in assertaining the value of sports cards.

One of my kids collects baseball cards and several shop owners refered us to them.

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24 Feb 07 10:04:48 pm
Also look on ebay it will tell you if you have a hot item - i used to own a sportscard business-Beckett is usually a month behind so if something gets hot it will not reflect it - also if you have anything over 20 years old that is gem mint sometimes the price can be alot more than becketts high side depends on the player of course .good luck .

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25 Feb 07 12:25:38 am
Also look on ebay it will tell you if you have a hot item - i used to own a sportscard business-Beckett is usually a month behind so if something gets hot it will not reflect it - also if you have anything over 20 years old that is gem mint sometimes the price can be alot more than becketts high side depends on the player of course .good luck .


I have alot of Lebron James cards. I thought of starting all out for a penny and see what happens. I should recieve cards this week. Is there a book I can go to the store and buy?

Would you mind if I pm you if I have any questions on certain cards?


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25 Feb 07 12:53:09 am
Yea you can buy the beckett guides at most collectable stores they usually have them for all sports..but i would go thu ebays completed listings and see how hot the cards have been.

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25 Feb 07 12:57:02 am
Should I even bother with the book or just use ebay?

I even thought about starting every card out at a penny and see what happens.


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25 Feb 07 01:03:30 am
i would do ebay - that is where you are going to sell them .the starting at a penny is good also but just make sure you wont loose money if they dont sell .

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25 Feb 07 01:12:45 am
Yeh I am selling them on ebay. If I get $1 a card I will make out very well.


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