It’ll take deep pockets to start collecting superfractors, but is there anything like being able to say you’re the only one in the world to own that particular card.
I might try to branch out in collecting cards I don’t normally go after like complete subsets, or auto patches. Here are a few that are available on eBay I wouldn’t mind going after throughout the year.
I’ll first look at how many bidders have bid in the #ebay auction coming to an end. Here’s why
While fans will have to wait until Spring Training for the excitement of watching baseball again, sports card collectors should keep an eye on auctions throughout the offseason where there are deals to be had.
Sometimes there are graded cards you just want to show off instead of keeping them hidden away in storage boxes.
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.
I’m sure for those new to the hobby, a beginner video like this would be quite useful.
Jersey relics in sports cards are cool, but the ones with bat knobs are cooler.
Which would you rather have when it comes to collecting modern day sports cards like, for instance, the 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft autograph rookie card of Mike Trout: the one that’s PSA Graded 10 or one that’s BGS Gra
There are a couple more options we thought collectors might be interested in. Click the links to get more details on each storage solution.
Perfection. At least it is according to those at Beckett whose job is to grade cards.
Any serious or longtime hobbyist and sports card collector knows that things can get out of hand very quickly if you’re not organized.
Call me a purist but if I wanted a relic card, I think I’d only want one (preferably jumbo patch) on a card belonging to a single player.
Today, there are so many subsets and refractor parallels and inserts, it’s almost impossible to complete a set on your own unless you have a lot of disposable income.
We provided a sort of cheatsheet on what card grading is for beginner hobbyists and the importance of it in the hobby these days.
As a collector today, it’s become very obvious how group box breaks have grown in popularity.