Question by  alex78 (17)

How do you determine the value of baseball cards from the 60s?

What makes one expensive and another worthless?


Answer by  camarotim (315)

The value of any card is dependent on many factors such as condition, errors and the player that is on the specific card you are pricing. The best way to determine the value is a pricing guide by magazines such as Beckett.


Answer by  Jim21 (177)

The better the player, the higher the value. The earlier the card is in the player the career the more value. For example, a rookie year card is worth more than the last year card. The quality of the picture, the corners, and edges also determine vaulue. And the total amount of cards that are in circulation contribute to value.

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