The card companies make a few different versions of a plastic guard that will protect them. If the card is valuable, get the one that is made of thick plastic and screw together.
I have appx 10,000 old baseball cards. These are stored in compact storage boxes made for this. High value cards should be sent away for "grading". These will return in sealed plastic envolopes so you can still see them.
by Brian 6 years ago
A lot of people collect things like stamps, and baseball cards. What do you collect?I have a friend that has a huge collection of Crystal Glasses, china dinner ware, and lots of beautiful antiques. Where I collect various types of clothing, funny t-shirts, and baseball caps. If you do collect...
by Brian Lokker 5 years ago
Did you collect baseball cards as a kid? What happened to your collection?I had a great baseball card collection, including cards from the late 1940s and early 1950s given to me by an older neighbor. Somewhere along the line, the collection disappeared. It's almost a cliche that moms threw out...
by Faith Reaper 4 years ago
What is the best way to determine the value of a baseball card?My dad was a huge baseball fan, and I am just wondering how to find out how valuable baseball cards are today.Thank you for answering.
by PhoenixV 6 years ago
What Types Of Baseball Cards Are Worth Money?Are there certain baseball cards that are better to collect than others? Which baseball cards are worth the most money? What should beginner baseball card collectors know?
by fredfrog63 6 years ago
I want to sell baseball cards on site other than ebay. What sites are best
by Tim Chirillo 5 years ago
the past 4 hubs I did are featured, like all my hubs.. Usually google indexes them right away .. what is the issue ? What I did was submit my hubpages RSS feed in google webmaster tools, to see if that helps
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