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“Antique,” “retro,” and “vintage memorabilia” are words frequently used interchangeably to say an object or item possesses value because of its age and rarity. The truth is, each of these words means different things. We’ll go into detail as to what each means and provide examples.
Whether it’s the 1980s or more recent years, we’ve seen massive booms in popularity for various sports and gaming card packs. When those trading card packs are in high demand, some people will do whatever it takes to find the highest-valued cards — often, by unethical means.
We want to teach collectors about the junk card phenomenon and why a vast majority of sports cards from the 1980s and ‘90s have almost no monetary value in today’s collectibles market.
In the collecting industry, authenticity is king. Whether you’re looking to buy sports cards or to collect a piece of memorabilia, there’s nothing more important than the authenticity of your purchase...
When sports card collecting erupted in the 1990s, traders and collectors needed a way to guarantee their investments remained valuable. To that end, third-party agencies were formed to determine the authenticity and quality of individual sports cards...
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Shopping for memorabilia online has become both increasingly popular and significantly more difficult due to misconceptions around the distinction of memorabilia versus collectibles...