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I intend on getting rid of a few baseball cards, but have no idea where to start. Does anyone have any sugestions?
I have no idea if these are complete sets but I have:

1981: Don Russ
1983: Fleer
1986: Topps
1987: Don Russ/ Topps
1988: Fleer/ Topps/ Don Russ
1989: Score/ Topps/ Fleer/ Don Russ
1990: Score/ Topps/ Fleer/ Don Russ
1991: Score/ Topps/ Fleer
1992: Score/ Topps/ Don Russ Rookies
1993: Topps/ Fleer/ Don Russ
1994: Topps/ Don Russ
1995: Topps/ Don Russ/ Upper Deck CC Special Edition
1996: Topps/ Don Russ
1997: Topps/ Don Russ
1998: Topps
1999: Topps
2000: Topps/ Upper Deck/ Fleer-Skybox
2001-2004: Topps

I want to put them on e-bay....but IDK what to ask for them.
Any input will be greatly appreciated!
 

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Yeah....I did that, but I'm too lazy to sit down and do all the friggin research to see what its all worth. LOL
But it's looking like I'll have too though....
 

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I also did when I was little. I'm thinking when my kids are old enough to enjoy/take care of them they may be worth more.
 

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No baseball cards here but I have numerous Basketball cards.
The gem of my collection is a Michael Jordan rookie card in absolutely mint condition.
Haven't ever had it graded but even really crappy examples of Jordan's rookie card can fetch $500 on up.
Yeah, for one stinking card, unbelievable.

It's about time to send it off to Beckett to be graded, been meaning to do that for over 10 years now.
 

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Yeah these days unless the card is graded it doesn't fetch a whole lot.
 
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