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1962 Topps Football Rookies

  • August 22, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1962 Topps #17 Mike Ditka Rookie HOF Bears PSA 6You might be one of those collectors who says “I don’t buy graded cards”.   While encapsulated cardboard may not be your thing, it’s a mistake to overlook them if you want to build a nice quality collection of vintage cards. It’s often a win-win situation for the buyer.  As investors and high end collectors chase PSA 8 and 9 graded cards, there are many graded, near mint and ex-nr mint rookie cards offered at auction that take away the guesswork about a

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1950 Bowman Y.A. Tittle Rookie

  • August 17, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1950 Bowman #5 Y.A. Tittle Rookie HOF Colts PSA 7.5 pop 1 Y.A. Tittle is one of the more popular guests at card shows across the country.  Still signing away at age 85, Tittle was a seven-time Pro Bowler and one of the NFL’s most popular and respected players during the 1950s and early 60s. His career actually began in the late 1940s and he first appeared on a trading card in the 1950 Bowman football set.  Right now, we’re offering a terrific example of this rookie card in our weekly

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1955 Topps Roberto Clemente Rookie

  • August 15, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

The 1955 Topps Roberto Clemente rookie card is simply one of the most important, most sought after post-World War II baseball cards in the hobby.  Not only does it represent one of the 20th century’s most beloved players whose life was tragically cut short, it’s also one of the key cards in the ’55 set, and one of the most beautiful Topps cards ever produced. Collectors need his card to fill out their set but others are simply Clemente collectors or those who chase vintage rookie cards of Hall of Fame players. The  ’55 Topps Clemente can be found with

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1949 Bowman Jackie Robinson

  • August 12, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1949 Bowman #50 Jackie Robinson Dodgers PSA 6In the years immediately following World War II, baseball –and baseball cards—entered what we now consider the modern era; a more colorful, vibrant game for those watching, those playing and those who followed from afar.  The 1949 Bowman set wasn’t the first to feature color, but it was the first post-War set to use it.  This week, we’re offering one of the key cards in the set, a PSA 6-graded 1949 Bowman Jackie Robinson. The ’49 Bowman

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1950 Callahan HOF

  • August 10, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

1950 Callahan HOF Lou Gehrig Yankees PSA 9 pop 9Just over a decade after it first opened its doors, the Baseball Hall of Fame jumped into the baseball card market with a commemorative set primarily featuring the players who had been enshrined in Cooperstown. The Callahan baseball cards were first issued in 1950 as a set of 62, then updated annually with more cards as new players were elected.  The total number of cards reached 91 before production ended in ’56. This week, we’re offering a group of 10 cards from

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