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  • Take it to a collector shop. Some shops will take it for a day and appraise it.
  • If you don't want to do the legwork then taking it to a shop is your best bet. But if you're willing to spend a little time you can snag a collector's book or watch eBay & see what collections similar to yours go for. You might even make more money off the collection if you're willing to part it out.
  • I thank you for the answers to my question. if there are any other suggestions i will be glad to hear from you. Thanks
  • I saw this web here at AB: http://www.shopzilla.com/baseball-cards-value/search
  • Get a Beckett price guide. Most of those cards are probably commons. Sift out your rookie cards. Sift out your star cards. You probably won't get book price, but you could get 70% book price, if you're lucky. Remember baseball cards were massed produced in the 80's and 90's. They're not worth as much as you might think. Rookies like Ripken Jr, Bonds, McGwire, Gwynn, Clemens and Boggs are still a decent value. Also remember the cards need to be in shape. Crisp edges and corners, decent borders and no creases...Good luck!

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