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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I sell my vintage baseball cards?
    Selling your collection is easy. Reach out to us via phone, text, email, or our free appraisal form to get started. After we determine what you have, an offer will be made. When you choose to accept our offer arrangements will be made to complete the deal. Options include mail or meeting in person. We regularly travel to accommodate our clients. Sell your cards today
  • How do I figure out what cards I have?
    Need help identifying what cards you have? Check out our vintage baseball card database. Included are reviews of popular Topps, Bowman, Leaf, Play Ball, and Goudey sets.
  • How much are my vintage sports cards worth and how is value determined?
    The value of sports cards depend on many factors including the set/year/players, condition and rarity. We base prices off the current market value. Check out our price guide or free appraisal form for help determine how much your cards are worth.
  • How do I get paid?
    After a deal is reached we typically pay our clients with cash, PayPal, or check.
  • Why sell your sports cards to Throwback Sports Cards?
    Throwback Sports Cards is a private collecting company with over 20 years in the hobby. Since we aren't looking to re-sell we can pay more than card shops. It is our promise to give you a fair and honest appraisal so you feel comfortable completing a deal with us.
  • What is Throwback Sports Cards looking to buy?
    We are looking to buy 1900-1969 baseball, football, hockey, and basketball cards including full collections, complete sets, rookies, Hall of Famers, and unopened boxes. We especially love tobacco cards, Goudey gum cards, and Topps sets from the 1950s
  • How do I get top dollar for my sports card collection?
    Prior to selling your collection it is best to do some research (years, era, sets, key cards). The more information and pictures which can be provided to us the more we typically can offer. Check out our price guide for more information on vintage card values and key sets/players.
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