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Interview with Richard Hardy By Shane Salmonson

More interviews by Shane There are many places to find cards and memorabilia to add to your collection. You can buy online, at card shops,...

Strong Trading Card Values Compel U.S. Company to Open New Tokyo...

Sports fans are all over the globe, regardless of where you live the excitement reaches far and wide! Due to sales, this has pushed...

The Card Collectors Beginners Guide Part 8: Pricing Your Collection

Greetings Fellow Collectors! Welcome back to my series of Collecting Basics where I break down the hobby of card collecting piece by piece. In Part 1,...

Interview with Curtis Howson Written by Shane Salmonson

More of Shane Salomonson's interviews. Everyone’s collecting habits change over the years. One thing that I used to do as a kid and have considered...

2018 Panini Classics

If you are a reader of my blog over at www.dubmentality.com, you know full well that I am retro-centric in a major way. I...

Become a Trading Card Investor

If you have ever thought about making money off of your trading card investments, it's not so far out of reach. The cards you...

Interview with Drew Herndon By Shane Salmonson

If you are a collector and haven’t yet discovered podcasts, you’re missing out. I am in the car a lot for work and it...

The Card Collectors Beginners Guide Part 7: Buying Options

Greetings Fellow Collectors! Welcome back to my series of Collecting Basics where I break down the hobby of card collecting and trading cards piece by...

15 Baseball Cards Now Worth A Fortune And 15 That Are...

why did we choose this article? When it comes to collecting, most people don't get into seriously caring for their items later in life.. it's...

Glossary Term: Graded Card

Graded Card: A trading card that has been examined by a third-party service (see below) grading specialist for condition and assigned a specific numerical grade, that corresponds with...

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The BEST Way to Store Those Cards!

To keep your cards in pristine condition, it's best to start with the boxes. Once you have your cards snug in the box- often...