Wondering what a PSA 7 Roberto Clemente rookie card sold for ten years ago? Pondering the price history of 2011 Topps Update baseball boxes? That data is now available—free.
PWCC Marketplace has launched a searchable database of sports card transactions conducted on eBay dating back to 2004. Free to anyone who signs up on the company’s website, the database includes over 200 million sales, representing what they call “the single largest data set of prior sales ever presented to the public.”
Once logged in, users can type in what they’re searching for and results will quickly populate.
While the search results aren’t perfect and based largely on the titles sellers used to list their item, filters have been added to weed out most reprints and unpaid items. Searching for cards in a certain PSA grade will often return those with qualifiers as well as those without but adding a “- oc” to your search usually weeds those out.
Images are included for only about the last three months and no links to sold items are included.
The filter is defaulted to auction sales but fixed price listings that sold can also be searched by using the drop down menu. Time frames and price ranges can be adjusted using a slide tool.
The tool can be found here.
And to answer the questions above…Near Mint Clemente rookie cards are worth about four times what they were back in 2004 and those 2011 Update boxes that are now selling for well over $1,000 were widely available for under $60 back in 2012.