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BASE BALL & FOOTBALL CARDS

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by THE REBEL, Nov 13, 2011.

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  1. THE REBEL

    THE REBEL TS Member

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    I have two boxs of cards never been open would like to sell them some one make an orfer i can not refuse THE REBEL
     
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    What years are they? If they are not 1980 or earlier they are virtually worthless. Actually they really need to be pre-70's with some exceptions. Trust me, i have a large collection(5 large RubberMaid boxes) of worthless cardboard cards. I have a very small collection(1 small RubberMaid box) of cards actually worth something. The bottom fell completely out of the collectors card market from over production and counterfeiting. Most cards after 1980 are worth a 1/2 cent/each or less. That is if you can even get somebody to buy them.
     
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    Have to agree,shortly after Stadium clubs came out,the market tanked.

    Doug H.
     
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    Do you have any 1986 Fleer Basketball card boxes unopened? Larry Evans
     
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    I have a Honus Wagner baseball card in the spokes of my Schwinn Sting Ray. Is it worth anything?
     
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    Depending on condition, the Sting Ray could be worth some money, but it's probably a little bit late for Honus.
     
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    ysr racer, I'll trade you the 2 Mickey Mantle rookie cards I've got in the spokes of my "Huffy" for that old worthless worned out Honus Wagner card you have. Just say I wanna do it because I'm a nice guy.
     
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    Larry,

    Still dreaming of that MJ rookie card ehhh??
     
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    Michael Jacksons rookie card is valuable?
     
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    I used to have most of those cards, except the Honus Wagner. I was the district manager for Topps Chewing Gum for 5 yrs. A friend of mine financed his new home because he did have a Honus Wagner card and used it as colateral!

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    Joe... any vintage gum still in the wrapper... looked forward to those comics...

    Jay
     
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