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Baseball card auctions are plentiful and on this web site, My Baseball Card Space, the site is specifically designed to go into great detail about baseball cards and sports cards because that is what the site specializes in and I have many years of experience in collecting, buying, selling, and trading baseball and sports cards. Also, I have many years of experience in buying and selling baseball card auctions on Ebay which is where the site specializes in helping you buy and sell your items at the best possible prices. This article will be all about finding the best sports card auctions currently on Ebay. Please note that I am not an employee of Ebay nor is this site an Ebay site, I just have a great in-depth knowledge about the auction listings and can help you get a great deal. Clicking any Ebay link that you find on our pages will enable you to join Ebay free if you have not already joined.

Baseball cards on Ebay are always a highly sought after item there.  Sports cards in general are a great fit for EBay as well because of the fact that you can see what the going prices are in the auctions, make informed decisions when purchasing and also see cards from different sellers.  A baseball card auction on ebay, for example a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle  rookie card may be offered by 20 sellers.  That means you have 20 places to choose from when making your purchase, and you also have the ability to either buy the item right away or to bid on it in auction format and limiting the amount you are willing to spend on it.  That can help you avoid impulse buying and not purchasing the card for more than your budget is on it.

For people that sell items and also people looking to add to their collection, the completed auction listings once you are a member provide you with a valuable tool.  You can see the actual amount of money the item fetched and compare that with similar items.  For example, if you want to purchase a 1980 Topps baseball unopened wax box, you can see how much the last 5 boxes sold for.  That way, you know what other people had to pay for the item and you can then see exactly how much you should be willing to spend if you want to get the same product.  This helps sellers as well because they then can also see what they can expect to get for the item if they are to list it.

To find out how much your cards are worth, there are two basic ways. One is by using price guides. Beckett sports price guides and Tuff Stuff price guides are two major sources of price guides for cards and both have online subscriptions available. (Do a Google search for either of those terms) On the other hand, you can simply type in the card you have once you know what it is into an ebay search and check what they actually sell for. Once you are an ebay member, you can see completed auction prices.  I think this is the best way because if you have a completed baseball card auction price list for your favorite cards, you not only know what they are supposed to be worth, you can actually see what one sells for in the marketplace.  This will give you a general idea as far as how much to expect for your card. Card auctions depend on other factors as well so this by no means will guarantee you a certain amount for your baseball cards or sports cards.

When purchasing your baseball cards and sports cards, what can be more fun than participating in a baseball card auction and getting the best price possible?  When you bid, you can always start low and have Ebay bid automatically for you up to a certain amount.  Or you can choose to do that on your own as you bid up to the last second on the item.  In most cases, the auctions end with the card selling for less than book value.  It is a great deal and is great fun too!  Listed below are some great detailed listings of sports cards currently for sale.  You can find many of your favorite cards.

http://www.mybaseballcardspace.info/1952_Topps

    1989 Score Football               1989 Topps Baseball            1982 Topps Baseball          1983 Topps Baseball         

   1983 Star Company             Star Company Bagged Set           1986-87 Fleer                     1993 Bowman                  

   1992 Bowman                     1985 Donruss                1981 Topps Baseball              1988 Topps Baseball           

      1980 Topps                    1987 Topps                1985 Topps Baseball                vintage card                            

   1951 Bowman                      1953 Topps             1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle                 1980-81 Topps

  Upper Deck Exquisite Basketball                 1987-88 Fleer Basketball                                 1981-82 Topps

 

 http://www.mybaseballcardspace.info/1980_Topps

If you want to sell your baseball cards, it is very easy and can bring you in top dollar for your cards quickly. The first thing to do is get an idea as to how much your cards are worth. Then, scan pictures or take digital camera photos of your cards. Thirdly, list your cards on ebay after you have a seller account. Finally, when your auctions end, you bill the buyer and collect the money and securely ship items to your buyers.