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Dean's Cards is always buying vintage sports cards. With years of experience purchasing private collections, you can trust Dean's Cards Purchasing Team to assist you throughout the entire process of selling your vintage items. We are the largest buyer of vintage sports cards in the hobby and purchase several hundred collections per year. Click here to submit your collection information
Discounts start when your order reaches $50. As the dollar amount of your order increases, so does the percentage of your discount. The maximum discount is 20% when the invoice amount reaches $1000. Click for details.
The Bubble Gum Card War: The Great Bowman & Topps Sets from 1948 to 1955 centers on the race between Topps and Bowman to widely commercialize baseball cards. Before There Was Bubble Gum: Our Favorite Pre-World War I Baseball Cards covers the Pre-War Era of sports cards.
Dean's Cards has tens of thousands team sets online for baseball, football, hockey and basketball franchises, in multiple conditions, for all years. We also offer Near Complete Team Sets, which exclude some of the higher priced cards and are great for the collector on a budget.
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This 1912 T207 Brown Background reprint baseball card set, including the Broad Leaf, Cycle, Recruit, Napoleon and Red Cross back variations, was re-produced by Dean's Cards. The T207 baseball card reprints are also available for sale as singles or in Team Sets.
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