I know where you're coming from. I just joined a few weeks ago and already I was the subject of snarky comments from one of the very types you describe, whose only interest is selling new cards while they're still worth something. Those of us who enjoy the hobby side of collecting are not...
Thank you all for the thoughtful advice.
I'm a casual hobbyist, so it's unlikely I will take a table somewhere. I could do ebay, or I could swap with an enthusiast for cards. But I also like the idea of display.
I was a kid when I got them, 11 12 13, so the signatures are sometimes all over the...
You mention monetary value - is there much interest in intact programs from 1967-1971 ? And autographs of long forgotten, sometimes indecipherable players? I have identified the HoFers and other stars and would probably not clip them. But the 2nd string tight end on the 1969 Houston Oilers who I...
I really like the customs I have seen on many of these threads. The interest in auto cards inspired me to look back through my old football programs from when I was a kid and used to get players' autographs after the game.
So here's my question - would you recommend leaving the autographs in...
I have doubles on 68T WS 151, 152, 154, 155, 157.
I need 68T WS 153, 156.
I also have doubles on 69T WS 166.
I need 69T WS 165.
I am also missing 63T WS 144 and 64T WS 140.
Maybe there's a match out there... (no creases or substandard quality, please)
Can it really last? There are far too many MJ rc's out there for that kind of value to hold. If it helps to raise the tide for all other boats, I'm all for it. But scarcity remains a guiding factor, don't you think?