Selling Baseball Autographs
When selling baseball autographs, it's important to send these items to professional traders to get them authenticated. Find out why it's so important for autographed items to be authenticated by professionals before selling them with help from the owner of a card trading store in this free video on autograph collecting.
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My name is Walt Case. I own Card Traders of Austin, in Austin Texas. We sell a variety of sports cards and sports memorabilia, both signed and unsigned. One of the questions that is asked a lot in today's market is, how do I sell autograph cards? One of the very very key things in terms of selling autograph cards is to know that the autograph is authentic. And one of the ways to do that is to send it into professional traders, and get the card authenticated. There is so much fake autograph stuff on the market today, it's very very difficult to try to market your card if it is not authenticated. The company that we typically use to get our cards authenticated, or any piece of memorabilia authenticated is, Professional Sports Authenticators, located in California. Better known in the industry as PSA. You can go on line, look up their website, at, psadna.com. They will tell you how to send your card in, or any item in, to get your autograph authenticated. Once you get it authenticated, you have a much,much better chance of selling it. Once again, it all depends on how much demand there is for that particular players autograph, in terms of how much money you might get for your card. As well as h ow quickly you might be expected to sell it. But again, the key to selling any autographed memorabilia is to get it authenticated.