June 1, 2006 8:46am CST
hi. i need to know where i can find the face value of the baseball cards i have that is free to do. here is the list please be honest. here they are and all from fleer. #574 lee smith, #105 bobby meacham, #557 jody davis, #219 kevin tapani, #242 ron oester, #379 mike moore, #388 harold reynolds, #576 shawn abner. #302 mike brumley, #318 todd simmons, #301 chris brown, #577 david palmer, #576 mike maddux. this card is leaf preferred. #41 joey hamilton. this card is classic baseball t4 mark gardner. this cards are donruss. #31 bert blyleven, #6 tony gwynn, #81 eddie lee whitson. this cards are upper deck i guess hologram too. #154 mike greenwell, #417 willie wilson, #390 steve lyons, #96 jody reed, #476 pat hentgen, #470 aramis ramirez. this card is a spx # 14 tony batista. this card is pacific #410 vinny castilla. this card is topps. #498 bob kearney. if u can tell me how much they worth now or send me to the right location on the net to find out how much. thks for your time and i hope u can help me.
• United States
7 Jun 06
I suggest going through PSA to use a price guide for your cards. It's only $4.95 a month to have access to their guide online. You can cancel anytime. Here is a link: http://www.psacard.com/login.chtml?universeid=314&lmsg=&lgoto=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Epsacard%2Ecom%2Fsmr%2Findex%2Echtml
• United States
1 Jun 06
I do not know of a good free service that will get you accurate pricing. You could do a couple of things. First would be to check ebay to see if any of the cards have sold. The other free thing you could do it take them to a local card shop and see what they would offer you. You can always say not. Otherwise you can pay $5 for a month of access to beckett's pricing book. Probably the most respected pricing book for baseball cards. Here is a link to their site. http://www.beckett.com/