Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards

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Krause Publications, Aug 1, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 1661 pages
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The brand new tenth edition of the Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards is the most complete and accurate baseball card checklist and pricing book ever published. More than 425,000 cards are listed in up to three grades of condition giving buyers more than 600,000 real-world prices. Over 12,000 large, clear photos and an added 20,000 plus cards from 1999 and early 2000 give the complete buying and selling picture on a hobby that is heating up again. Buyers will be able to identify and evaluate virtually every baseball card ever produced with the current market values at their fingertips.

A mammoth 1,664 pages, this book is compiled by the editors of Sports Collectors Digest, the hobby's leading periodical. Readers will be able to find any card or set quickly and easily with user-friendly alphabetical and chronological indexes. Some cards have gone up or down a few cents with many cards appreciating several hundred dollars. That's critical information your customers must not be denied.

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Bob Lemke is a noted author, publisher and expert in the sports card hobby, especially on vintage cards. He has served at the founding editor for the Standard Catalog of Baseball Cards and stayed in that capacity with the exception of two years for the Standard Catalog's complete tenure. He also served as publisher, editor, columnist and more with Sports Collectors Digest and a number of other sports hobby titles. He current blog,