How do I find out what my sports cards are worth?

How do I find out what my sports cards are worth? 

  1. Step 1: Find a card that you would like to find the value of.
  2. Step 2: Figure out the manufacturer (Topps, Bowman, Fleer, etc).
  3. Step 3: Figure out what year your card is from.
  4. Step 3: Honestly assess the condition of the card.
  5. Step 4: Search eBay for the card you have “1957 Topps Sandy Koufax.”

Is there an app to scan baseball cards? CollX (pronounced “collects”) answers the question every collector has: “What’s it worth?” The app lets you scan any baseball, football, basketball, hockey, soccer, or wrestling card and instantly identify it and get the average market value.

What baseball cards from the 80’s and 90’s are worth money? 

Most Valuable Baseball Cards of the 80’s and 90’s: Our Favorites
  • 1987 Donruss Barry Bonds Error.
  • 1993 Finest Refractor Ken Griffey.
  • 1991 Topps Desert Shield Chipper Jones.
  • 1990 Topps Frank Thomas No Name.
  • 1989 Ken Griffey Jr. Upper Deck.
  • 1988 Craig Biggio.
  • 1993 SP FOIL Derek Jeter.
  • 1985 Topps Mark McGwire.

How can you tell if a sports card is rare? 

How do I find out what my sports cards are worth? – Additional Questions

What cards are worth collecting?

Here are some of the most unique baseball trading cards of all time:
  • Mickey Mantle 1952 Topps PSA 9.
  • Mike Trout 2009 Bowman Chrome Superfractor Auto BGS 9/10.
  • Roberto Clemente 1955 Topps PSA 9.
  • Luka Doncic 2018-19 Panini National Treasures Logoman 1/1.
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo 2013-14 National Treasures Logoman Patch Auto 1/1.

How can you tell if a baseball card is worth money?

Are short print cards worth more?

Short print cards, also called and abbreviated “SP,” are cards printed in relatively lesser quantities. Short print cards are typically more valuable based on their scarcity, but this value can vary greatly by card set and brand.

What does SSP mean in cards?

How To Identify A Super Short Print (SSP) There’s another level of rarity, called super-short prints (SSPs), that are some of the premier cards for collecting, but the extra rarity demands an extra-high price tag. Examples of SSPs are the popular Kaboom or Downtown inserts from Panini Basketball and Football.

Are parallel cards worth more?

The difference is attributed to a visual element. These elements can include foil stamping, a different design, autographs or memorabilia swatches that the base card did not have. Such cards usually have smaller print runs than the original and can lead to the parallel card being worth more than the base card.

How rare are Topps short prints?

2022 Topps Series 1 Baseball SSP Variations are extremely tough, landing 1:3,341 hobby, 1:1,018 hobby jumbo, 1:2,922 retail and 1:3,342 blaster packs. As for Ultra Short Print Variations, odds for those are only on hobby jumbo packs — 1:39,228 packs. It’s not known if they’re exclusive to the one place.

What is a high number short prints?

2022 Topps Heritage Short Prints and Variations: High Number Short Prints. In homage to the 1973 Topps set, the 2022 Topps Heritage cards 400 through 500 are short-printed. They are inserted into packs at a rate of 1:3 packs. The variations available in the 2022 Topps Heritage are numerous.

What are the best cards in 2022 Topps Series 1?

Top names include Jarren Duran, Vidal Brujan and Reid Detmers. And then there’s the case of Wander Franco. All signs pointed to him having his first MLB base Rookie Card in 2022 Topps Series 1. However, because he’s in the 2021 Bowman’s Best base set, that’s no longer the case going by traditional definitions.

What Topps cards to look for in 2022?

We track 60 players in 2022 Topps baseball cards including Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani, Juan Soto, Bryce Harper, Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Fernando Tatis Jr., Ronald Acuna Jr., Mookie Betts, Wander Franco and Reid Detmers.

How can you tell if a baseball card is short print?

The three digits to look for are as follows:
  1. Base cards will end in #543.
  2. Short Prints will end in #560.
  3. Super Short Prints will end in #561.
  4. Ultra Short Prints will end in #562.

What does G mean on a baseball card?

There are special codes for the different statistics listed on the back of the card. For example, BA = batting average, G = games played, AB = at bats, R = runs, H = hits, 2B = doubles, 3B = triples, HR = home runs, RBI = runs batted in, SB = stolen bases.

How can you tell a rookie card?

One of the easiest ways to identify rookie cards is to simply pay attention to the fronts of the cards while you’re flipping through them. Depending on the year and card brand, a rookie card might have what is known as the “RC Shield” or will have “rookie” printed on the front in some way or fashion.

What do the numbers on the back of Topps cards mean?

Card Number of the Set

The main number on the back of a baseball card usually refers to that card’s number in a particular set. In the example below, the card number 325 (top right) is saying that this Max Scherzer is card number 325 in the 2021 Topps Series One set.