Dean's Cards: Your No. 1 Source to Buy and Sell Cards Online
Dean's Cards was founded in 2001 by Dean Hanley, a fellow card collector, and has become the leading online seller of sports cards and magazines. DeansCards.com buys hundreds of sports card collections each year, and has over one million cards online. Our 4,600 sq foot office is located in Cincinnati and we have ten full-time employees. We are NOT a physical retail store that people can visit, and we sell cards strictly on the internet.
Our goal at Dean's Cards is to provide our customers with a simple, cost effective and enjoyable way to build their collections. We have the largest online selection of baseball, football, basketball, hockey, and non-sports cards ranging in years from 1887 to the present. We also offer thousands of issues of Sports Illustrated, Sport Magazine, Baseball and Football Digest as well as vintage team yearbooks and media guides.
If you will give us the opportunity to earn your business, you will be glad that you did. We guarantee it. We love this hobby and work very hard to insure that orders are shipped 100% correct, mailed within one business day and that the items sent are conservatively graded. If you are not happy for any reason, you may return your order for a full refund.
Dean Featured on "The Nation's Station" 700 WLW Sports Talk
Dean Hanley was interviewed by Lance McAlister on "The Nation's Station" 700 WLW Sports Talk on Thursday, April 12. Dean discussed the past, present and future of the baseball card collecting hobby and Dean's Cards sponsorship of the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame. Dean also answered questions from callers for the hour he was on the air.
Latest News from Dean's Cards
To get the latest news from Dean's Cards and learn fun facts about sports card collecting, please like us on Facebook, view our YouTube videos, follow us on Twitter or read our blogs below:
Selected baseball card and other sports blogs to visit:
April 18, 2013 1949 Leaf Baseball Cards Added to Dean’s Cards Collection
April 16, 2013 Build a Custom Vintage Card Set
April 10, 2013 How We Grade Basebal Cards and Other Sports Cards
March 21 2013 How to Sell Your Baseball Card, Advice from Dean Hanley
March 11, 2013 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle Now Available
Feb.26, 2013 T-206 Honus Wagner Auction Article Features Dean
Jan 21,2013 Blog Post: Stan Musial
Jan 11, 2013 Blog Post: Baseball Hall Of Fame Results
Dec 4, 2012 Blog Post: Dean's Book Reviews on Amazon
Nov 21, 2012 Blog Post: Dean's Top 10 for Black Friday
Nov, 2 2012 Blog Post: Project Bulldog!
Oct 12, 2012 Dean's first book "Before There Was Bubble Gum: Our Favorite Pre World War 1 Baseball Cards is published in paperback.
Oct 2, 2012 Blog Post: 1954 Bowman: A star packed variation
Sept 24, 2012 Blog Post: 1955 Bowman- The T.V Set
Sept 18, 2012 Blog Post: 1955 Topps- Going Horizontal
Sep 10, 2010 Blog Post: 1953 Topps- Up close and Person
Aug 27, 2012 Blog Post: 1936 National Chicle Premiums
Aug 21, 2012 Blog Post: 1954 Topps - Topps Gets Busy
Aug 15, 2012 Dean's Interview with Cardboard Connection
Aug 12, 2012 Dean's book is reviewed by Cardboard Connection
Aug 10, 2012 Blog Post: The Bubble Gum Card War: The Great Bowman & Topps Sets from 1948 to 1955 by Dean Hanley
Aug 7, 2012 Blog Post: The Bowman Gum Company
Jul 24, 2012 Blog Post: 1950 Bowman: Full Color
Jan 13, 2012 Dean's Article "The 1951 Topps Red and Blue Backs" is published in Sports Collectors Digest
Sept 9, 2011 Blog Post: 1957 Topps Space Cards
Sept 1, 2011 Blog Post: 1962 Bubbles Inc. Mars Attacks
April 21, 2011 Dean is a guest on Cincinnati's sports radio station 700WLW
April 16, 2011 DeansCards.com in the Cincinnati Enquirer
April 11, 2011 Dean is featured on Fox19
What We Do for the Sports Card Collecting Hobby
Dean created DeansCards.com with collectors such as himself in mind:"I am my own customer. My goal was to create a store where I would love to shop, that also had the best selection of cards available anywhere."
Aside from running his website, Dean strives to breathe life into the card collecting hobby by writing regular blogs, shooting his own videos, writing articles for Sports Collectors Digest, and by publishing his very own eBooks.