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How to Determine the Value of your Baseball Cards

Determining the value of a baseball card is the first thing you'll want to do if you're planning on selling or buying one. The value of a baseball card is based on how much somebody is willing to pay for it. How much they're willing to pay for it is based on how rare the card is and the condition that the card is in. "Professional" collectors and dealers primarily deal in highly valued cards that are graded by the hobby's top grading companies: SGC, PSA, GAI and BVG/BGS. If they purchase or sell a "raw" card, a card that is not graded, considerations toward what the card will be graded at are heavily weighed. Hence a professional card flipper will look for a card that looks like it will receive a high grade and they aim to pay as little as possible for it with the intention of having it graded by the aforementioned grading companies and in turn sell it for as much as they possibly can.

So how do you find out what a baseball card is really worth before you buy or sell one? Knowing what a graded baseball card has sold for in the past either on eBay or major auction houses is the most accurate way to go. The key is that the card is graded and that the sale is public. This site provides exactly that by breaking down sales by grader and grade in an easy-to-read grid for each baseball card.

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