How to Sell Your Baseball Cards
Dean's Cards buys hundreds of vintage baseball card, and other various sports card, collections each year. Every week we are contacted by dozens of people who ask us, "How do I sell my baseball cards?" Dean will be glad to help you "part the fog" and better understand your options when addressing the daunting task of how to sell baseball cards.A few Quick Facts on Where and How to Sell Baseball Cards:
You can count on Dean's Cards to offer you our best price upfront when we bid on your sports card collection. We will do everything that we can to eliminate the hassles, confusion and stress of selling a baseball card collection. We make our top offer from the start, so that everyone knows they are getting our best price.
By Dean Hanley
We are only buying vintage cards from 1975 and older.*
*We also purchase Complete Sets issued between 1976 and 1985
We can NOT purchase "loose' cards made after 1975, unless they are in complete sets.
Baseball Cards that Dean's Cards can buy:
The reason that we ask people to fill out the form is to get an idea of what cards they have and try to verify that the collection has enough value to send. The last thing that we want to do is to waste your time and postage! Unfortunately most cards issued after 1980 do not have enough value to send. There were just way too many made.
We buy hundreds of collections through the mail each year.
The Four Eras of Baseball Cards:
Baseball cards have different values, depending on who is on the card, the cards condition and when the card was issued. Here is some useful information on:
How do I Sell My Baseball Cards FAQs:
We buy just about any pre-1970 sports or non-sports cards. Click below for more information if you want to:
Dean's Cards Most Wanted
If you have any of the following baseball cards hiding in the closet, or tucked away in the attic, you can sell them for top dollar for your cards. Here are a few examples what we are looking to buy:
We look forward to receiving your inquiry and greatly appreciate the opportunity to bid on your vintage sports card collection!
By Dean Hanley