I wondered why the baseball kept getting bigger. Then it hit me.
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I would like to know the inside story behind that. I don't accept it on face value.
I'm a Topps guy because that's about all there was back when I was a kid. Many years later my prized possession was a Nolan Ryan rookie card. I paid $100 for it. Beckett claimed it was worth $1,600 a few years later. Now they say a few hundred dollars if it's "graded" high.
What's with that BS? I was reading some comments about card grading, and this man said he sent some cards that were worth less than $20 each, in to be graded.....at a cost of $20 per card. Say wh-a-a-a-a-t!
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