FREE Free Baseball Cards (10) NM/MINT
Vintage Hall-of-Famers
click for details
Free Baseball Cards FREE

Click to goto:

Baseball-Cards.com

Ultra-Pro pages,sleeves & top loads

USE BACK ARROW TO RETURN TO PRIOR PAGE

1964 Topps Stand-Ups/Standups - Norm Siebern [#a] (Orioles)


Price = $ 19.95
NEAR MINT to NM/MINT

1964 Topps Stand-Ups/Standups - Norm Siebern [#a] (Orioles) Baseball cards value
         

pointer Vintage Baseball cards
Select a different Sport or Vintage Baseball Cards set

or Find:
Enter words, partial words or phrases
1959 Topps    displays vintage 1959 Topps Baseball sports cards.
Bowman Mickey Mantle     displays all Bowman Mickey Mantle sports cards.
Below are tidbits on sportscard & baseball bubble gum trading card collecting.
I invite you to wander around the website for more info, prices, values & images
on vintage baseball, football, basketball, hockey, sport and non-sports card info.
Baseball

1977 Topps AUTOGRAPHED
Baseball Cards


The following autographed vintage cards come with an auction house LOA (Letters of Authenticity) from the top authenticators in the hobby - PSA/DNA / James Spence / UDA / GAI !!!

Click for more info and complete 1977 Topps Autographed Baseball card checklist and prices
Baseball

1960 Nu-Card Baseball Hi-Lites
Checklist & Prices


This 72-card set of large (3-1/4" x 5-3/8") cards called 'Hi-Lites' featured baseball highlights. Printed in red and black, card fronts resembled a newspaper front page.

Backs featured trivia question (with answer) sending you to a card with more info.

Rare cards #1-18 can be found blank-backed with just black printing. In 2 months on eBay, NONE of nearly (200) 1960 Nu-Cards listings were black only ! Other than #1 Ruth, black only cards are nearly identical differing only in print color and copyright.

Click for complete 1960 Nu-Card Baseball Hi-Lites checklist and prices
Note: You may be on that page now.
Click for complete 1961 Nu-Card Baseball Scoops checklist & prices

Baseball

Auction's most costly vintage baseball cards



The history of vintage baseball card auctions is long and colorful.

T-206 Honus Wagner tobacco cards have sold for upto $2.8 million in auction. The "Holy Grail of Sports Cards", it's extreme-high auction value can mostly be attributed to great PR and "auction fever". It's not close to being the rarest baseball card and Honus Wagner is not Babe Ruth or Mickey Mantle. Yes, the T-206 set is beautiful & special but because of the # of cards and scarcities, few collector's try to complete, which should keep auction competition down compared to say 1933 Goudey or 1952 Topps baseball card issues.
BUT IT DOES NOT...

There's a story Wagner banned his card because he was anti-tobacco but there are other stories about financial considerations.

You surely have heard of PSA and may even know that this card was the FIRST they ever graded. But did you know that dealer (B.l. .ast.o name encoded) admitted tampering with the card, perhaps having it trimmed down to size, before PSA graded it so highly for the auction.

Over 5,000 vintage sports and non-sports items in each weekly auction
Baseball
Baseball card collecting terms (part H-R)

High Numbers - vintage cards were issued in the 50s-70s in a series. During the baseball season, the largest number of cards were made. As the schedule progressed into September, when there would be less interest in baseball cards , Topps for one, specifically decreased production and hence much less product was available. As a result, a scarcity-factor was created and a premium holds for these first type of "short-printed" cards.

Inserts - special randomly-inserted cards which are not part of the regular set. Many modern inserts are sequentially-numbered and rarer than the card sets into which they are inserted.

O-Pee-Chee / OPC - a subsidiary of Topps, this card issue was produced specifically for distribution in Canada.

Promotional Card - generally referred to as cards issued to show what the product will look like on release and intended to help spur future sales. Often called a "promo" card.

Reprint - cards issued to reproduce the originals. With the current trend of vintage reprints, the new versions have a distinguishing characteristic evidenced by numbering.

Restored - a card or piece of memorabilia which someone has tried to return to a "like-new" condition. A restored card is considered to be of very little value.

Rookie Card - any league-licensed, widely distributed card to feature a player in his first year of trading cards.

© 1995-2019 "InterNet's Baseball Card Store" / Joseph Juhasz ... All Rights Reserved