Valuable Baseball Cards From The 80s And 90s
And not everyone buys with an eye on future value.
Valuable baseball cards from the 80s and 90s. Topps tiffany baseball cards are by far some of the most valuable baseball cards from both the 80s and the 90s. Sure the massive print runs during the late 80s and early 90s killed the value of most post 1980s cards. There are a few exceptions upper decks inaugural 1989 printing has several valuable cards a few bowman rookie cards some of the insert cards from the mid to late 90s but for the most part entire sets of cards are worth around 20. So whoever says that baseball cards are no longer valuable simply doesnt know what he or she is talking about.
Between that and so many people buying and preserving cards during that decade there arent a lot of super valuable cards from the 1990s. Cheap is sometimes easier to sell. Baseball and football cards from 1970 1980s and some 1990s rookie cards alsoalso some basketball cards from same eraour cards are in binders and covered with plastic card protectorswill not accept unfair pricing when sellingif interested in seeing and offering please contact me at above emai. Baseball cards were big in the 1980s which led to overproduction and the baseball card bubble.
That overproduction spilled over into the 1990s and so did some of baseballs scandals. This is solely due to the fact that they had a less distribution than regular issue topps cards. 100 11 graded rookie cards form the 90s who are in the hall of fame or will be in the hall of fame duration. Baseball card collecting has changed dramatically from the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Not to mention it damages the hobby as a whole when kids are only interested in hitting a big card. The time of leaving middle school to go to the local store to get a pack of cards with the stick of gum for a. I realize the kids have a shot at getting a really valuable card but most of them at a young age just want a cool looking card of the players they like on the teams they like. Mark from ky 41848 views.
Chances are the late 80s and 90s sports cards will never be worth much but thats not always a bad thing.
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