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Today's Baseball Card Values Are Way Up, Here's Why

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The rise and fall of baseball cards

After years of increased production and higher pricing in the baseball card industry, collectors are slowly disappearing and stores are feeling the pain.

20 Childhood Toys That Are Now Worth A Fortune

If you grew up in 1980’s or 1990’s you would have experienced playing with toys much different than what’s sold today although some of those old toys are now worth a fortune. From the original Gameboy from 1989 to star wars toys and G.I Joe figurines worth tens of thousands of dollars, we take a look at 20 Childhood toys that are now worth a fortune. Click Here To Subscribe! http://bit.ly/xWackyWednesday ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­----- All prices are based on what the market has payed in the last 20 years. Most of which were original boxed and or mint condition. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­----- Legal stuff Background music copyright Jason Shaw (audionautix.com) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­----- If you enjoyed watching subscribe for a new video every 2 days. Subscribe HERE: http://bit.ly/xWackyWednesday Thanks for watching! Wacky Wednesday


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Oh they days of collecting and trading baseball cards in my youth. I remember them well, and wish I knew then what I know now.


Because I would have sold them all as a kid and collected a nice chunk of change. Actually, I would have had a ball of cash!

Most of those cards from my childhood - late 80's through the 90's - are barely worth the cardboard they're printed on today. Heck, 20 years ago I could get twice as much, if not more, for the cards from that era that actually do have some value.

Threw the years I wondered how the hobby was able to still survive. These things are worthless right? Well, what I didn't know is that there's a new approach to card printing.

The cards aren't produced in bulk anymore. At least not to the extend they were when I was a kid. Instead of card companies printing, literally, millions of the same card. They offer 'limited' print runs. For a further explanation of the card collecting and sports memorabilia industry, and how the value of the hobby has bounced back I spoke with Tom Napoli of Hall of Frames Sports Collectibles in Yorkville, NY:

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