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01-12-2011, 09:51 PM
https://www.sportscardforum.com/clear.gifhttps://www.sportscardforum.com/clear.gif The problem with cards now is value. With brands such as Topps, Upper Deck, Fleer and Donuruss making more and more sets is the cards value will go down. Nolan Ryan had 1 rookie card in 1968. This sells now for around $ 1,000.In 1989 Ken Griffey Jr had 4 rookie cards his most expensive card by upper deck is worth about $40. The difference between $1,000 and $40 is a lot. To be exact, $960. You have to wonder how much a Griffey rookie card would have been if there was only one. Than less than 10 years later Derek Jeter has 8 rookie cards. The amount of rookie cards has doubled in less than 10 years. Then also less than 10 years later Albert Pujols has 32 rookie cards. In that time the amount quadrupled. By now you get what Iím saying topps and other brands have so many different sets that someday cards from this decade and on will be worth nothing.

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01-14-2011, 03:39 PM

Sorry but this too short to be submitted as an article or as a contest entry. Can you elaborate some more on the topic and also ensure that the links for picutres are working?