My Baseball Card Space

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Some people might say I want to sell my baseball card collection   At My Baseball Card Space, a baseball card community, we provide resources for you to understand exactly how much your baseball cards are worth and can help you find a buyer for your baseball card collection willing to pay top dollar.
We are dedicated to helping you buy, sell, and trade sports cards free with members, along with bringing you the resources to find your favorite Major League Baseball, NBA, and NFL rookie cards including ones from Topps, Donruss, Upper Deck, and many more companies at the best possible prices from links located in the following paragraphs. Also, above this paragraph on the banner, you can see many articles and those are from this site, you can read all of the 300+ site articles free as well, to learn many more facts about football cards and baseball cards and sports in general, as well as to find a great community. Selling your baseball card collection has never been easier, I also want to sell my baseball card collection, and the community is free for everyone to join and participate in (I also list my cards there for sale).


If you would like to sell your baseball card collection, I have learned from selling my baseball card collection many tips that will help you.

One option when trying to get top dollar for your baseball cards is to list them on Ebay.  That is the quickest way to get money for your collection, and you will get top market value for all of your best rookie cards, game worn jersey cards, autographs, unopened packs and boxes, and more.  If you are a member of Ebay, you can list cards as often as you would like, just be careful to not list too many so that you have time to ship out all of your sales to buyers.

Another option besides Ebay, are online classified and Beckett and Tuff Stuff listings online.  I have found, however, that Ebay works better for me than those options, so I tend to gravitate toward Ebay.  Also, you can list your cards in your local newspaper's classifieds, although I do not think that you will find as many buyers as if you listed them on Ebay.

If you want to sell your baseball card collection, I have also listed many of my baseball cards for sale at the site.  This community is free to join and has over 250 members.  If you would like, please join the home page and register with your email address.  Once you do that, I allow people to post in the forum and on the home page free (yes that is right, a free listing place for you to sell your cards) so that you can see if any of the members would like to buy your baseball cards.

There are also videos of my sports card collection, here is one of them posted on Youtube and posted at my baseball card space for the community to see and comment

Here is a rookie event worn jersey card picture of Hakeem Nicks of the New York Giants

For rookie card articles and learning about the baseball card hobby, here is one of the 300 or so articles from the site

If you are not a member of Ebay, simply join for free and start getting great deals on cards.  I have been a member of for years and I recommend it as you can get great deals on cards inclinding all of your favorite rookies.
Matt Forte rookie cards    Michael Vick rookie    Blake Griffin rookie    Matthew Stafford rookie

Here are Upper Deck Ultimate Collection items

I have collected for many years, here are some of my favorite products.


     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


1981 Topps boxes for sale

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