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Recently, I was cleaning out a few things to make room for all the things my two-year old NEEDS and I found a small but interesting stack of sports cards. I recall collecting them as a kid. There are several gamecock related ones (Harold Green, Sterling Sharpe) that I'd like to hold onto but there are several others that are essentialy worthless to me.
When I was young there were sports card stores seemingly on every corner. Now I can't find a one. I've looked on ebay and several of these cards are for sale for a decent amount of money but I have no idea how use online auction sites.
I'm in Columbia. Any suggestions?
Thanks, I'll take my answer off-air.
All Star Collectables, Darlington, SC
Rudy's Upperdeck on Meeting Street in W Cola is still around I think. As a child of the '80s I collected baseball cards and the NASCAR cards up until they got so stupid expensive I couldn't keep up. Values I think plummeted because of so many different manufacturers. Like you said there were card shops everywhere, but now I don't think so. You could get a beckett price guide and sell them online yourself too.
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