How can I sell my baseball cards?” It’s a question that we are asked by folks calling us from all over the country. What they really mean or ask as a follow-up question is, “Where can I sell my baseball cards?” We’re pretty good at helping answer these folks and will provide with you with a few important steps and answers to those same questions on this page.
Before getting started, you should make sure that you know what cards you have. There are lots of great tips below on this page to help you identify what you have. Most vintage cards have some value, even if they’re not in the best of condition. Modern cards, especially those printed from the late 1980’s through the early 1990’s, suffer from mass production and hoarding and do not have much value.
There is, however, a big market for older baseball cards and other sports cards (generally cards manufactured before 1980). The vintage and prewar market is at least partially driven
What your cards are worth will depend on several factors including the demand and the condition of the cards.
A few card shops are still out there, but most have disappeared from local communities. Most local sports card dealers may be interested in buying your collection but only if they know they can turn it around for a profit quickly and will likely not offer you representative value. You would be wise to seek an offer from a nationally known dealer that will have both the financial resources and customer base to pay you more for your cards than the card shop across town.
Each collection is different and each seller has unique goals, but there are some basic steps that even a complete novice can follow to be able to sell sports cards. Follow the steps below and you’ll get an idea of what you have, what condition it’s in, what grade it might receive, and what it’s sold for recently. From there you can decide what avenue is best for you to sell, and the pros and cons of each.
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