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$7006 bids

United States,20th CenturyGroup includes 80 factory sealed vintage Matchbox diecast cars, card backs in various degrees of condition from light to heavy wear, all individually packaged in protective p

$1605 bids

United States,1999Group includes 1999 Pokemon Base Unlimited Alakazam (CGC 8), Blastoise (CGC 5.5), Charizard (CGC 4.5), Clefairy (CGC 7.5), Ninetales (CGC 7.5), Nidoking (CGC 6), and Raichu (CGC 8.5)

$905 bids

Lot of Mostly Factory Sealed Baseball Cards - 80's. Please read the terms and conditions. This sale will be broadcast live on sale day with full descriptions of each lot being sold, as well as video f

$404 bids

Group Lot of 1980's Mostly Sealed Baseball Cards including Topps and Fleer. Please read the terms and conditions. This sale will be broadcast live on sale day with full descriptions of each lot being

$1204 bids

United States,2016-2017Group includes 2016 Pokemon Evolutions Charizard (CGC 8.5), two Mewtwo cracked ice holo (CGC 9), two Mew (CGC 9), and a 2017 Shining Legends Shining Mew (CGC 9) holographic trad

$1404 bids

United States,1999Group includes 1999 Pokemon Base Unlimited Chansey (CGC 8.5), Charizard (CGC 6), Gyarados (CGC 6), Hitmonchan (CGC 7.5), Machamp (CGC 4), and Magneton (CGC 8.5) holographic trading c

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Trading Cards

As long as trading cards have been around so has the hobby of collecting them. This wonderfully sophisticated wide collection includes rare and modern trading cards with a long and rich history behind them. Most of them are associated with sports such as baseball, football, hockey, or games. Trading cards can be described as coveted cardboard collectibles that depict American football players, places, presidents, animals, comic characters, actors, sports stars, or famous personalities in general. In fact, trading cards were designed to be collected. They first appeared in the middle of the 19th century, when companies started to promote their products by placing trading cards. This practice was so successful and adopted by many industries around the world. It was not only a way to promote products but also a showcase of the upcoming sports stars. The trading wards were also being manufactured by candy and gum companies in the 1930s. However, with the outbreak of World War II in 1940, the production of trading cards stopped due to the limited number of paper resources. Since then, their value increased and trading cards, especially baseball cards, continued to grow in popularity and

 
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