It’s a philosophy some eBay sellers just can’t embrace. Starting an auction at 99 cents means that baseball card or autographed picture could sell for…well…99 cents. It’s a roll of the dice in hopes that Sports Collector Nation isn’t attending a giant pool party somewhere or hiking in a remote spot far from an internet connection. The rules state if the bidding stops at … [Read more...] about Sports Card Auctions: Starting ‘Em Low Philosophy Works for Just Collect
Topps? Fleer? Donruss? Upper Deck? Score? Bowman? Low end? High end? The sports card market got plenty confusing by the mid-1990s. The hot, new technology wave added to the distraction and the number of sports card collectors--especially kids--who bought new products every year started to shrink not long after. Now, it seems all four major pro sports leagues are … [Read more...] about Fewer Products=Better Market?