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coinnerdcoinnerd Posts: 491 ✭✭✭
edited February 29, 2024 2:16PM in Trading Cards & Memorabilia Forum

I've been collecting cards for a long time. I do it because I enjoy it so I have zero graded cards. I was wondering if having some of the better cards graded would help my kids sell them. Where is the cut off line dollar wise for grading. Sadly many of my best players and rookies are from the junk era. I pulled many of these myself but with my luck I won't have any 10s.

1958 Stan Musial

1979 Ozzie Rookie

Other Rookies

Thanks for any input.


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    jraytayjraytay Posts: 119 ✭✭✭

    The Musial card might be worth sending in for grading. A possible 7. The Ozzie might not grade as well as you would like it to. The others are not worth the cost of grading and as you mentioned from the junk era.

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    totallyraddtotallyradd Posts: 928 ✭✭✭
    edited February 29, 2024 2:22PM

    Probably the Musial, though the All Star Selection doesn't have the dollar value as the 59 base card . Definitely not the "other rookies", possibly the Ozzie, that lower corner looks like it may have an issue but maybe it's just the pic. Is it sharp? Centering is nice. Put it under a light so you can make sure the surface is clean. In a 6 it's $65 card. A 7 is closer to $90.

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