Sports Memorabilia Buying Tips for Collectors, Investors Sports Collectors Daily offers the latest in a series of articles highlighting some of the more underrated and collectible sports cards and sports memorabilia items.
News-Antique.com - Aug 16,2009 - One of the biggest hurdles for sports collectors--or those thinking of getting into vintage sports cards and collectibles is deciding what to buy.
Sports Collectors Daily is celebrating its third anniversary with the latest installment in a series of short reports aimed at helping anyone build a meaningful collection.
The online source for news from the sports memorabilia hobby/industry is currently offering a list of "Ten 1970s Baseball Cards to Consider".
The story offers a look at some of the more undervalued star cards from 1970-1979, when Topps was the sole manufacturer of trading cards. Readers will find out that not being in the Hall of Fame isn't necessarily holding down the interest in Thurman Munson baseball cards. They'll also discover that Jim Rice may have been inducted into the Hall this year, but his rookie card is still a relative bargain.
"Ten 1970s Baseball Cards to Consider" is the latest in an ongoing series of sports card collectibles 'advice' features that offer insights into buying vintage baseball cards and other sports cards.
Other stories have included:
*10 Vintage Cards for the Budget Minded Collector
*10 1950s Football Cards You Should Own
*Investing in Mickey Mantle Baseball Cards
*10 Must-Have 1970s Topps Basketball Cards
*5 Cool T206 Cards You Can Buy for Less Than $100
*20 Kick Butt Football Cards You Should Own
*25 Cool Ways to Collect Baseball Memorabilia
*10 Baseball Card Sets That Made a Difference
This list barely scratches the surface of content produced by the fast-growing, sometimes edgy sports collectors site. In its first 36 months of operation, Sports Collectors Daily has produced over 3,400 stories or links to stories found in the online pages of media outlets coast-to-coast and over 400 blog posts.
Sports Collectors Daily is a news aggregation service for the sports card and memorabilia collector, dealer, shop owner and industry leader, adding at least four fresh pieces of content each weekday. To date, the company has produced over 800 stories about sports memorabilia, nearly 650 pieces on the sports memorabilia industry, approximately 600 sports collectible business stories, 450 modern sports card articles, 351 vintage sports card news pieces and nearly 600 miscellaneous stories involving the sports memorabilia industry or related news.
Sports Collectors Daily has links to collecting resources like on-line checklists, sports memorabilia authenticators, a sports card show calendar, several popular baseball card blogs, and online price guide services.
The site is read by thousands of people each week who are seeking information about the hobby, trying to find out what their items are worth or are looking for easy links to shop for sports cards and sports collectibles they can add to their collections.
Sports Collectors Daily has thousands of inbound links via Google, Yahoo, MSN and other internet search engines and is a perfect outlet for advertising your sports-related business. An RSS feed of stories from the site is available.
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Sports Collectors Daily is an online news source for stories involving sports collectibles, including autographs, sports