Free baseball price guides can be found online on websites such as Professional Sports Authenticator, GMA Grading, SportsCardDataBase and Vintage Card Prices. Each website features different methods of searching, from browsing through sets to advanced eBay searches. PSA notes that prices on its website reflect dealer prices from PSA-certified collectibles.
PSA lists baseball card values by set dating back to 1887. Prices are further broken down by common cards and then specific players in the set. Different manufacturers and multiple sets per year have price guides with various conditions. Newer sets list pricing for only mint or near-mint conditions, whereas older baseball cards have prices for good condition and better.
GMA Grading offers a keyword search for price information. More specific searches get better results. General searches are good for overall player collections. SportsCardDataBase includes a keyword search in addition to a free subscription service. Subscribers have access to the website's deal finder and real-time prices. Vintage Card Prices offers searches for cards are based upon keyword, player last name, set name, ACC number and card type.
A baseball card's value is based upon rarity, condition and how much someone is willing to pay for it. High-end collectors get cards graded by professional grading companies before a sale. Recent online sales of a similar card give buyers and sellers an idea of a card's current worth.Learn More
The value of an old postcard can be found in guides including volumes published by Kovels and Picture Postcard Values. Kovels has an online subscription service that allows users to view prices of various postcards. Picture Postcard Values features prices for more than 6,000 entries and illustrations for more than 400 postcards in a book available to order.Full Answer >
As of August 2014, Beckett, Tuffstuff, Portasite and freebaseballcardspriceguide feature guides to aid collectors who are buying, selling and trading their baseball cards. The online guides contain the current market values for thousands of cards, both old and new, from various manufacturers, including Donruss, Fleer, Topps and Upper Deck.Full Answer >
As of summer 2014, the price list for print subscription of Vintage Life Magazine can be found on the following at http://www.dragoonpublishing.com/store/index.php?route=product/category&path=60 . The price list for digital subscriptions of Vintage Life Magazine is at http://www.pocketmags.com/viewmagazine.aspx?titleid=1293&title=Vintage+Life.Full Answer >
Price guides for Pokemon cards can be found online for free via various websites that specialize in buying and selling cards. Prices vary depending on edition, condition and whether the Pokemon card is holographic or not.Full Answer >