Trading Cards

https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidseideman/2017/07/14/more-unopened-trading-card-packs-found-in-aunts-attic-this-time-worth-1-3-million/  
http://baseballhall.org/discover/inside-pitch/carl-hubbell-strikes-out-five-hofers
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/yankees/topps-selling-cards-pieces-aaron-judge-hr-derby-socks-article-1.3318325 For memorabilia or costume cards (including sock cards) that have a thickness to them we have UV One Touch Magnetic Card Holders that hold 55, 75, 100, 130 and 180 pt. cards. Click here
http://www.sportscollectorsdaily.com/bat-signed-ruth-gehrig-brings-458250-fanfest-auction/ If baseball bats are on your list of collectors’ items – we have a great holder that holds bats up to 36 inches. Click here
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http://www.sportscollectorsdaily.com/dak-prescott-autopen-issue-still-unexplained-becomes-national-story/
Always put your trading cards in poly sleeves before putting them in cardboard storage boxes. Most cardboard boxes are not acid-free and the acid in them and in the environment can easily be shared with your cards – contributing to the premature aging of your cards. We do stock an acid-free storage box for trading cards and recommend it...
There are three materials that are generally used for trading card storage sleeves. All three materials are acid-free and are safe for long-term storage. Polypropylene – used because of its inexpensive price, its high clarity and its shine. Polyethylene – used because it is thicker and more pliant than polypropylene. It has high clarity and is reasonably priced. Due...
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https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidseideman/2017/04/24/a-new-big-find-100k-trove-of-1800s-baseball-cards-kept-in-family-scrap-book/#549f04d55c0c Click here