Things You Need to Know About Selling at a Local Card Show

Things You Need to Know About Selling at a Local Card Show

Want to sell at a local sports card show but don’t know where to start? This practical guide includes both helpful tips and a convenient list of supplies you’ll need to bring along.

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Guide to Buying Card Sleeves Online and Protecting Your Cards

Guide to Buying Card Sleeves Online and Protecting Your Cards

Learn how to protect your cards with our comprehensive guide to card sleeves. Includes descriptions of the most popular types of cards sleeves and an online buying guide to help you find good deals on your supplies.

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Autograph Authentication for Sports Memorabilia Collectors

Autograph Authentication for Sports Memorabilia Collectors

Learn how to get your sports memorabilia authenticated. This guide includes practical steps collectors can take, descriptions of industry tools, and things to watch out for and protect yourself against.

Use Social Media to Build and Enhance Your Trading Card Collection

Use Social Media to Build and Enhance Your Trading Card Collection

Discover how social media can help you buy and sell cards as well as interact with collectors all over the world. Our guide includes practical tips and links to the most popular social media options available to sports card and memorabilia collectors.

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Estate Planning and Your Collection

Estate Planning and Your Collection

When we die, our collections stay behind. Here are some simple, practical tips to help you plan in advance and make sure your collection ends up in the right hands. It will also make it easier on the loved ones you leave behind.

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eBay Bucks - A Collector's Guide

eBay Bucks – A Collector’s Guide

Want to earn money for buying the cards and collectibles? The eBay Bucks program rewards you for the things you’re already buying. Find out how to sign up and start saving with our practical eBay Bucks guide.

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What to Do With All Those Extra Sports Card Commons

What to Do With All Those Extra Sports Card Commons

Mountains of unwanted sports card commons is a problem facing many collectors. Here are some simple, practical ways you can avoid a hoarding situation and free up space in your home.

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How to Get the Most Out of Your 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball Presales

How to Get the Most Out of Your 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball Presales

Get an insider’s perspective on how to approach 2012 Topps Heritage Baseball presales. Our comprehensive guide includes practical advice on how to maximize potential profits and avoid common mistakes.

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What Everyone Should Know About Sports Card Presales

What Everyone Should Know About Sports Card Presales

Pre-selling sports cards can be tricky. Learn some important tips on what to do and what to avoid with our comprehensive insider’s guide.

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How to Write an eBay Description That Sells

How to Write an eBay Description That Sells

One of the keys to making money on eBay is having a strong description. Follow these practical tips and see higher bids and more sales.

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Organize Your Collection Easily with Sports Card Software

Organize Your Collection Easily with Sports Card Software

Tired of wasting time digging through piles of cards, only to find you’ve misplaced what your looking for? Find out how sports card software can make your collection organized and more enjoyable.

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10 Steps to a Successful Sports Card Case Break

10 Steps to a Successful Sports Card Case Break

Learn to bust cases like a pro and have fun doing it with our comprehensive and easy-to-follow guide. Includes insider tips and practical suggestions to ensure your next case break goes as smoothly as possible.

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How to Get (Almost) Free Autographs Through the Mail

How to Get (Almost) Free Autographs Through the Mail

Collect free autographs from your favorite players and teams through the mail with our handy guide. Includes detailed instructions, tips and links to mailing addresses for all teams in the NFL, MLB, NBA and NHL.

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Why Your Sports Cards from the Early 90s Are Worthless

Why Your Sports Cards from the Early 90s Are Worthless

If you collected sports cards in the late 1980s and early 1990s and are looking to cash in, you’re bound to be disappointed. Plagued by massive print runs and speculation, today they’re not worth a ham sandwich, let alone your child’s college education.

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5 Easy Steps to an Organized Sports Card Collection

5 Easy Steps to an Organized Sports Card Collection

There’s a good chance there’s at least one stack of cards sitting next to you as you read this. Follow these 5 simple steps to organize your collection and get rid of card clutter around the house.

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Translating the Authenticity of Memorabilia Cards

Translating the Authenticity of Memorabilia Cards

In Law of Cards, Paul Lesko looks at how increasingly vague disclaimers on the backs of memorabilia cards may be harming the hobby. He also offers suggestions on how this can be fixed.

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How to Insure Your Sports Card and Memorabilia Collection

How to Insure Your Sports Card and Memorabilia Collection

Having the right insurance for your sports collection isn’t something a lot of people think about. Basic homeowners insurance often isn’t enough. Follow our guide to insure your collection properly.

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How to Economically Ship Cards and Get 5-Star Feedback Selling on eBay

How to Economically Ship Cards and Get 5-Star Feedback Selling on eBay

Follow these easy tips to offer fast, safe and reasonably priced shipping selling sports cards on eBay. In return, your customers will be happy and leave five-star feedback ratings.

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