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a trading card with a picture of a baseball player and information about his playing record

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Geico also initially refused to cover the baseball cards, asserting that they had "no value unless [Mr.
Now, your Field Correspondent, like all males of his age, collected baseball cards as a child.
The priciest baseball card ever is a 1909 Honus Wagner card, which sold for $2.
While Wilker tells the personal story of how one man reflects on his life through baseball cards, John Bloom's A House of Cards: Baseball Card Collecting and Popular Culture presents an overview of the general baseball-card subculture in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
as its exclusive trading card maker had me reminiscing about a much simpler time when collecting baseball cards was easy, fun and, especially, inexpensive.
And before he was a teen-ager, Rogers had paid taxes on the baseball cards he sold.
These days I rarely think about my old baseball cards and comic books.
color) Matthew Broderick plays a Chicago newspaper editor with short-term memory loss, and Alan Alda is his elderly uncle, who owns a valuable baseball card, in the comedic "Diminished Capacity.
Andy was the very best baseball card collector in the world.
This research aims to see how closely eBay prices track with the prices in Beckett Baseball Card Plus.
The Sports Americana Baseball Card Price Guide and Alphabetical Checklist.
To get you started in the exciting world of baseball card collecting.
But for those of you who are ready to pay that [yen] 100 for a baseball card autographed by a pitcher who threw four shutout innings in game seven of the World Series (for the losing San Francisco Giants), then all you need to do is log on to iAuctioNet, Japan's latest online auction, and place your bid.
It is even rumored that he keeps a vigil light over a Ted Williams baseball card.
Most of us have a business card stack that multiplies faster than an obsessive sixth grader's baseball card collection.