Even off condition cards have value and Just Collect is BUYING!
The Great One is an Expensive One When a high profile card in the hobby sells for a record price, the telephones ring much more often, the emails increase dramatically, and hundreds and hundreds of people think that they're paying off their college debt, putting a new car in the driveway, or even paying off their mortgage because they have one of "those" cards, too. Over One Million Dollars! Recently, as reported by our good friend Rich
- May 30, 2013
- Leighton Sheldon
The 1950’s were a confusing time for hockey card collectors. There were Parkhurst sets in Canada but in the U.S. it was sort of hit and miss. Topps launched its inaugural set in 1954-55 but then took a couple of years off. Finally, in the fall of 1957, they were back. This week we have one of the key rookie cards from that set in our eBay auctions: The Topps debut card of goalie Glen Hall, one of the