1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig Baseball Card #92

When it comes to pre-war baseball cards, it doesn’t get much better than the 1933 Goudey Lou Gehrig card.

Considered the pioneer of bubble gum baseball card sets, Goudey cards of any player are incredibly desirable.

But what happens when you add the Iron Horse to the equation?

You are talking about one of the most iconic baseball cards in the hobby…

And, in this guide, we’ll look at what makes it so unique, how much it’s worth, and how to best go about buying and selling one.

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10 Most Valuable 1959 Topps Baseball Cards

Most Valuable 1959 Topps Baseball Cards

Rounding out one of the most celebrated decades in baseball card collecting, the 1959 Topps baseball card set delivered a unique design, bright colors, and fantastic imagery.

Shuffle through a stack of them, and you'll notice that these cards really pop!

The only thing missing is Ted Williams, who had signed a deal with Fleer to design a set just for him.

Regardless, the checklist boasts some of the biggest names in the history of the sport.

And in this guide, I'll run through the ten most valuable.

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10 Most Valuable 1994 Topps Baseball Cards

Unopened Box of 1994 Topps Baseball CardsHad the 1994 MLB season not ended early in a strike, 1994 Topps baseball cards might receive a little more love than they do in this hobby.

The set design is pretty good and the checklist includes some fantastic players and Hall of Famers.

But, because of the strike, baseball fans and collectors turned sour on the sport, and this set suffered in popularity as a result.

However, with the recent boom in the sports card market, you might be surprised that some of these cards can still be worth something in high grade.

And in this guide, I’ll run through the ten most valuable.

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12 Most Valuable 1988 Fleer Basketball Cards

Unopened Box of 1988 Fleer Basketball Cards

For as many high-quality rookie cards and Hall of Famers as it contains, the 1988 Fleer basketball card set seemed to fly under the radar for many years.

That’s hardly the case anymore…

The release of The Last Dance on ESPN and the recent explosion in the sports card market overall has changed things drastically.

Prices of these cards have soared to heights that were unthinkable a year ago.

Who knows if they’ll remain this high?

Regardless, going through this checklist brings back so many good memories of watching these guys play in the late 80s and throughout the 90s.

And in this guide, we look at the 12 most valuable the set has to offer.

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