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1980 Topps Basketball Cards PSA 10’s & 9's

  • May 12, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

After nearly a decade of obscurity, insignificance, and underwhelming performances, basketball is finally back! Now before you hardcore fans bite my head off, take a long hard look at the level of talent league wide throughout the period of 2000-2008. It was stomach turning! With every GM chasing down the next Kobe, drafting purely on best case scenario speculation and The League still allowing players to jump right from high school, the NBA was flooded with inexperienced, undeveloped, and often immature players that made watching the sport almost painful (and this is coming from a lifelong fan of the game).

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1958 Topps #30 Hank Aaron Yellow Name Braves PSA 7

  • May 11, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

You’re into the errors? The variations? You get a thrill out of chasing the card that’s just a bit more elusive than what you already have at home, do ya’? Well then, let me introduce you to the finest little piece of “strange” you’re gonna come across this week, a 1958 Topps #30 Yellow Letters Hank Aaron graded “7” by PSA. It has all the qualities of a prime “pack fresh” example with flawless color, perfect gloss, particularly bright, bold green background, nice centering and sharp corners but it also has just that little extra something you don’t normally see, the

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1970's Kellogg's Baseball Cards PSA 10, 9, 8

  • May 10, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

If you grew up in the 1970s—or were collecting baseball cards— we're betting you bought a lot of Kellogg’s cereal. From 1970 through 1983, the company faithfully produced a new set of ‘3-D’ style cards which were inserted into the various brands it produced.  Save up a few box tops and send a couple of bucks and you could order the whole set. The Kellogg’s cards were very popular with collectors and adults often ordered them by the dozens after convincing friends, neighbors and relatives to

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1976 Topps Baseball Cards PSA 10, 9, 8

  • May 09, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

1976 was a pretty exciting year. The American bi-centennial. A presidential election. The Olympics. A little company opened its doors and 37 years later it’s safe to say Apple Computers did pretty well. Baseball card collecting was still primarily thought of as a kids hobby. There were conventions attended by adults but it would be another couple of years before the hobby went mainstream. Topps was still the only game in town (well, unless you count the one-and-done 1976 SSPC ‘Pure Card’ set that

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1894 N302 Mayo's Cut Plug George Grey (Gray) Harvard PSA 4

  • April 26, 2013
  • Leighton Sheldon

It’s news anytime a card from the 1894 Mayo’s football set comes up for auction and this week, we’re excited to not only have one of these ancient artifacts in our eBay listings but one that’s among the better examples you’ll find. This George Gray (misspelled Grey) is graded PSA 4 and certainly doesn't look 119 years old.  I guess that’s why bidding has been so strong and we are certainly anxious to see where it winds up. The card is part

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