View Full Version : Card value estimate

01-11-2004, 03:29 PM
whats up, im very new to the card trading and such, I recently came across old basketball cards from the late 80's or so. I got some signed cards from the ol Golden State Warriors and i scanned them, I was just wondering if anyone could give me an honest opinion of the value. They are in mint condition because they have been in hard plastic coverings for a while. Sorry if i dont get this pic posted the first try

01-11-2004, 03:31 PM
Well, since they aren't certified, you could probably sell them on eBay as a lot for about $10. Go to autograph-cards.com for an estimate as what they sell for there.

01-11-2004, 03:33 PM
cool, thanks man.

01-11-2004, 03:57 PM
No Prob.

01-11-2004, 04:03 PM
alright, so that site that you refferd to me Seagalsgraphs is a site where they sell autographed cards? like copyed regular cards that were sold normally? I would think that the cards I have would have a little value to them because they actually are real signatures, its not like i can prove it but I wouldnt waste time makin up stuff...

01-11-2004, 04:06 PM
Well, Certified is like out of a pack. Yours do have a little value. You could also go to eBay and search for like Hardaway and however else you have. You could look for signed uncertfified cards.

01-11-2004, 04:09 PM
one of my Don Nelson cards is similar to a certified one but you can totally tell the difference in the sig

01-11-2004, 04:21 PM
anyone know the best site to find the value of cards and such?

01-11-2004, 04:24 PM
Well since your cards arnt certified or authenticated its almost impossible to find a value. The value would be whatever someone is willing to pay for it. Hope this helps.

01-11-2004, 04:33 PM
yeah i get what your sayin man makes me wonder if i really should put em up on ebay

01-11-2004, 04:34 PM
That would be the best way to get a couple bucks out of them.

01-11-2004, 05:37 PM
Well..... If your looking for an extra buck or two that is ok. But, I think, if I were you the cards would have more sentimental value than anything. Especially since these things dont have a COA from a card manufacturing company.