Wondering what your BASEBALL CARDS are worth?



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Welcome to the iGuide BASEBALL CARD Price Guide

IGuide is proud to host the online Baseball Card Price Guide. The price guide is maintained by Jon R. Warren, whose price guide books have been the authority on collectibles values since 1985. TThe searchable database consists of detailed reports in an ever-growing database of items in this category. Each Price Guide Details Page includes current market values in ten different grades. The database is updated constantly.

NOTE: Because there have been millions of baseball cards issued over the years, our guide seeks to list only the most valuble ones. Our staff is working diligently to expand our listings.


Browse the Price Guide Listings (click here)



How To Search the Database

Enter keywords (example: 1952 TOPPS MANTLE and always include the words BASEBALL CARD) into the searchbox at the top of this page, then click the WHAT'S IT WORTH button. Our search engine will find matching pages based on keywords you type into the Search Box. Too many results? Be more specific. Not enough results? Be less specific.




About Prices

Prices vary widely. We strive to reflect actual selling prices rather than Internet "asking" prices, which are often inflated. The Prices shown on our Price Guide Detail Pages are reviewed and updated by our Board of Advisors. They are as up-to-date as possible. Want to suggest a Price Update? Help us keep up-to-date, click the FEEDBACK button at the very top center of each page.



Market Report

The market for the rarest baseball cards continues to be strong. The rare 1920s through 1960s keys from Topps, Bowman, Goudey and others in original 'like new' condition are very much sought after and sell quickly at high prices. Beginning in the late 1960s, baseball cards were usually mass-produced, thus making them quite common. Baseball cards from about 1980 onward are VERY common in most cases. Still, many command good prices on eBay and other sites, while others fail to sell or sell at far below original retail.



Where to Sell

We recommend eBay.com If you do not wish to do the work of selling them yourself, there are many companies that will sell them on eBay for you on consignment. One such site is 2ndMarkets.com owned by 2nd Markets Corporation of Chattanooga, (full disclosure, 2nd Markets owns this site).



History

iGuide was founded in January, 1999 to answer the question, "What's it worth?"


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