Re: Baseball Cards
Originally Posted by cumberlandreds
For me EBAY was great. I was able to complete the old Topps sets that I wanted through them and Yahoo Auctions, which no longer exists. I could never had done that by relying on card shows and hobby shops. But I know what you are meaning. It's made them more accessible and maybe less valuable because of that. For me the monetary value means nothing. Its pure sentimental and the love of the collecting.
One down side to the technology age is I really miss the card shows. Back in the 80's we used to have some really good size ones here in Indy but they have gone away in large part to things being available online. Those shows were like Christmas to me.
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