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Michael Jordan PSA 8 Rookie Card

  • May 24, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

One of the most iconic images throughout the sports collectibles industry is that of the "Jordan Dunk", portrayed here, on his rookie card. Jordan's rookie card from 1986 Fleer is one of the most sought after rookie cards, due in part because of his legacy, but also because of its luster and rarity in high grades. It is easily considered the most desired modern-era rookie card known to the hobby. Whether you are a Jordan fan, a Bulls fan, or just a collector, this is a must have for any collection.  This Michael Jordan rookie card presents magnificently, with a

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1954 Red Heart

  • May 06, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

If you owned a dog—or knew someone who did—you had a chance to add to your baseball card collection in relatively painless fashion back in 1954.  The John Morrell Company, makers of Red Heart Dog Food, produced three series of cards that year, each available for two dog food labels and a dime.  Today, the 1954 Red Heart set is one of the most popular sets of the era and we are now breaking up one of the best sets of these cards around. One of our fantastic consignors offered us

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T206 Eye Appeal

  • May 04, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

Eye appeal. You hear the term bandied about with regard to vintage cards but when it comes to the T206 set, it may be the most important quality a card can have. Smaller cards, especially those now more than a century old, tend to show wear. We all know that the printing process of the era wasn’t perfect so you’ll often see miscut or badly off-center cards. That’s why we’re so excited about some of the T206 cards we’ve been offering—and those we have up on eBay right now. When it

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1967 Topps Tom Seaver Rookie SGC 92

  • April 03, 2012
  • Leighton Sheldon

Offered here is a 1967 Topps #581 Tom Seaver Rookie HOF Mets SGC 92.  This is 1 of just 11 cards graded SGC 92, and there are only 10 examples graded higher.  This is a beautiful example of the Seaver rookie, receiving an 8.5 on a 10 point scale. Just shy of a 9, this card features a pack fresh appearance with razor sharp corners. It also exhibits a clean surface with impeccable centering on the back, with its only flaw having 62/38 centering on the front, instead of the required 60/40 centering for a Mint 9 grade. Seaver, nicknamed

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