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Sports trading card listings online

LivingRoomPornstar

TRIBE Member
Hey all,

Sitting home, taking a sick day(weirdest flu ever) and thought I might see what some of my hockey/baseball cards are worth.

Anyone knowing of a price listing online?

Dan
 

MalGlo

TRIBE Member
i wouldn't mind finding myself

i've got loads of hockey/baseball sets

some uncut sheets of baseball cards from mid 80's with some good rookie cards on it...

lots of mickey mantle stuff... includin a glove he wore..signed by him... cooperstown hall of fame tried to buy that off me once :)

i think i'm gonna have to sell all my cards when my parents move in april.. they won't want it all takin up space at the new place

let me know if u find a good site

p.s. check to see if beckett has a site...
 

Soundstream

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Preroller
most of the sites you have to pay....i think.
Most of the sites you have to pay....I KNOW.

I've looked around multiple times and only found ones where you have to subscribe and pay a membership fee.

The reason being is that no one would buy those magazine with the monthly listings if everyone could just check the webbernet for free.

Cheers ... Ian :)
 

chipotle

Well-Known TRIBEr
Originally posted by MalGlo

lots of mickey mantle stuff... includin a glove he wore..signed by him... cooperstown hall of fame tried to buy that off me once :)

that is sure worth a some money and you should have got it appraised and its authenticity checked while ago IMO.
 
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MalGlo

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by chipotle
that is sure worth a some money and you should have got it appraised and its authenticity checked while ago IMO.
i know its authentic... i got it autographed

or rather my neighbour did for me (older guy... in his 70's) .. he was at a fundraising dinner that mickey was at years ago.... at first mickey didn't want to sign the glove...... and he told mickey it was for his neighbours kid.. etc.... mickey said it'd be worth too much... so he started walkin away and mickey called him back and agreed

i guess he believed him that it was for the neighbours kid :)

actually had someone break into my house about 5 years ago SOLELY looking for that glove.. i've since bought a dual-lock safe for it (i know because i caught them .. ended up getting the guy deported back to lebanon because of it :) )

have a book he wrote signed by him.. and a beautifuly framed pic of him playin signed by him as well..
 

chipotle

Well-Known TRIBEr
ummm, just go to a dealer. once you are not sick.

and take your besteststs of your besteststs cards.

unless they are pretty rare.. they are not worth much IMO.

very few cards are worth a lot.

but hey, who knows??
 

Soundstream

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by MalGlo
i know its authentic... i got it autographed
I believe the authenticity of the autograph, but I think what is in question is how do you know he actually wore the glove? Or was it "worn" as in he put his hand inside it while it was being signed?

Cheers ... Ian :)
 
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chipotle

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Originally posted by MalGlo
i know its authentic... i got it autographed

or rather my neighbour did for me (older guy... in his 70's) .. he was at a fundraising dinner that mickey was at years ago.... at first mickey didn't want to sign the glove...... and he told mickey it was for his neighbours kid.. etc.... mickey said it'd be worth too much... so he started walkin away and mickey called him back and agreed

i guess he believed him that it was for the neighbours kid :)

actually had someone break into my house about 5 years ago SOLELY looking for that glove.. i've since bought a dual-lock safe for it (i know because i caught them .. ended up getting the guy deported back to lebanon because of it :) )

have a book he wrote signed by him.. and a beautifuly framed pic of him playin signed by him as well..
alright dude, stop getting people deported and try to find a good buyer.
 

chipotle

Well-Known TRIBEr
Originally posted by Soundstream
I believe the authenticity of the autograph, but I think what is in question is how do you know he actually wore the glove? Or was it "worn" as in he put his hand inside it while it was being signed?

Cheers ... Ian :)
that is also another question.
 

Adam

TRIBE Member
My dad still has his entire set of 1960-61 Parkhurst NHL cards. During that boom of sports cards in the early 90's, it was listing for just under $2,000.

Gordie Howe alone was $200, and he's got 2 of them. I think he's got 4 or 5 Rocket Richards too. They're all in a safety deposit box
 

chipotle

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good luck, I am sure if a museum is interested you should have no problem.

I only collected few cards and I have some memorabilia.

But nothing like that.

anyways.
 

chipotle

Well-Known TRIBEr
Originally posted by Adam
My dad still has his entire set of 1960-61 Parkhurst NHL cards. During that boom of sports cards in the early 90's, it was listing for just under $2,000.

Gordie Howe alone was $200, and he's got 2 of them. I think he's got 4 or 5 Rocket Richards too. They're all in a safety deposit box
I guess your dad wrote the location for you under your name huh?
 
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LivingRoomPornstar

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good meeting you the other day Adam. You're one of few that will sit and listen to my drunken ramblings. ha!

I can hardly remember what i have there....I know I have a couple of Lindros cards from the Oshawa Generals.....they are probably worth bunk now.......and a full collectors set from Score in '91 that has a few artist renditions and rookie cards.....I really have no idea until I check them.

Dan
 

Adam

TRIBE Member
Yep, good times Dan. I definitely appreciate a good drunken shit-talking session.

I'll bet those Lindros cards are worth something actually. I managed to google for the year and series of the cards I have and found some info about pricing.
 

MalGlo

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by Soundstream
I believe the authenticity of the autograph, but I think what is in question is how do you know he actually wore the glove? Or was it "worn" as in he put his hand inside it while it was being signed?

Cheers ... Ian :)
i have no way of authenticating it.. other than the glove is a 'mickey mantle model' as it says on it.. and apparantly my neighbour said he was pretty shocked to see it (mantle)...

i'm not too worried about authenticating though... i'd never sell it.. its a showcase item for me :)
 

tommysmalls

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i've got a barry bonds rookie card that i'll probably pawn off after he breaks hank aaron's record for dingers (knock wood)....he's the best of the almost-beens that i stocked up on years ago....remember roberto alomar, frank thomas, ken griffey jr, greg maddux, and in hockey..teemu selanne, mats sundin, alex mogilny, etc....
 

MalGlo

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it looks close to this one which is a mantle glove from 68 i think... but mine is from prior to 68...

 
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MalGlo

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Originally posted by tommysmalls
roberto alomar
my neighbour collected alomar cards when he was in toronto.. had tons of them... worth nothin now

i collected a few choice juan guzman cards cause i really felt he was gonna be great...

but alas.

damn i wish the league didn't strike in 94(???)... i really loved baseball.. it lost its grace after that strike..
 

SneakyPete

TRIBE Member
Maybe his DNA is still on it?

Either way, you should get it authenticated professionally. Not neccessarily to find out if it's real or not, but so you have a certificate for it.
 

The Tesseract

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I had a whole crap load of rookie cards back in 91-93.
THey're all probably worth squat.

Frank Thomas, Mark McGuire, Sammy Sosa... I probably had all those, but i can't be sure cause i don't know where my cards are now.
 

Zorro

TRIBE Member
Originally posted by The Tesseract
I had a whole crap load of rookie cards back in 91-93.
THey're all probably worth squat.

Frank Thomas, Mark McGuire, Sammy Sosa... I probably had all those, but i can't be sure cause i don't know where my cards are now.
None of those three players were rookies during the years you mentioned so they are probably no I mean for sure they are not worth much at all.

As far as the 80's go two of the biggesst years for cards is '86 and '89. Players stats were just so overblown across the board in '87 that it actully saturated the Market. But if you can get the rare Mcgwire first addition rookie card it's got to be with a pretty penny. Also in that year is a rare Billy Ripken card with I beleive 'fuckface' in graved on the bottom of his bat or something like that. I know thats worth some money.

And man Has griffeys rookie value dropped or what.
 

JAR

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in 1991 I traded a near-mint Lemiuex (Opee-Chee) rookie card for a pair of nunchucks and $20. DOH!
 
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