Show #27 Early 2009 Baseball Product Preview + Grading Cards

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News Razor’s Oval Office product is believed to include an autopen signature on their Richard Nixon card.  Also, Razor’s owner was selling cards on eBay under a random name.  Neither of these is a huge deal, but it has a lot of people wondering.  Topps has created cards that you hold in front of a webcam and the player on the card will move.  The cards can be bought at about the same price as a regular card.  Also, the sports card market’s value has dropped from $1 Billion to $200 Million.  A card that is still growing in price is the Gretzky Honus Wagner card.  It has been sold several times over the last 17 years and has gained $2 Million in value. 

Baseball ’09 Cards Here are some of the early baseball products coming out soon. 

      UD Goudey Baseball

            $80 per box

            1 autograph and 1 memorabilia card per box 

      UD Piece of History – Hollywood Memorabilia with baseball cards

            $70 per box 

      Bowman Baseball

            110 Bowman Chrome Rookies

            $60 – $70 per box

            1 autograph and 1 memorabilia card per box 

      SP Legendary Cuts Baseball

            $90 – $100 per box

            2 On-Card autographs per case

            2 Legendary Cuts per case

            1 Mystery Cut per case 

      UD Icons

            2 Letterman Autographs per case

            $80 per box 

Larry Johnson Here is a look at some of his products. 

      Autograph Rookie – $20

      Signed Football – $200

      Signed Jersey – $200 

Grading Cards You should only get Rookies, Jersey, and Autograph cards signed.  Also, you should make sure that the card is in good shape. You don’t want to spend money on a bad grade.  Bowman Sterling is a very good graded card set.  A raw card is a card that is not professionally graded.  BGS is probably your best option to choose.  BGS 10 cards usually sell highest.  Check out www.sportscardradio.com soon to check out a tutorial on how to grade your cards. 

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