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Wayne Gretzky Rookie Card Sells For Record $3.75 Million At Auction

Heritage Auctions has just sold one of only two known 1979 O-Pee-Chee Wayne Gretzky rookie cards graded Gem Mint 10 by Professional Sports Authenticator for $3.75 million, setting a new record for a hockey card. The previous record was set … Continue reading

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Wayne Gretzky Rookie Card Sells For $1.29 Million

As we first reported last week, a very rare Wayne Gretzky rookie card was up for auction this week, which was believed to potentially fetch more than $1 million. The auction has concluded on Thursday with the card selling for … Continue reading

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Could Wayne Gretzky Rookie Card Be First Hockey Card To Fetch More Than $1 Million At Auction?

A mint condition 1979 O-Pee-Chee Gretzky rookie card is expected to become hockey’s first $1-million (U.S.) collectible card, if all goes according to the plan of Heritage Auctions.

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Most Valuable Capitals Hockey Cards? by Mike Rangel

The value of sports cards is always changing. Not only are values changing, but so are the products. Card companies do their best to attract new and veteran collectors to purchase their products. In this age of card collecting, you … Continue reading

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Tips for Today’s Hockey Card Collector, By Mike Rangel

The best thing about the sports cards collecting industry is that there are products for every type of collector. Throughout this article I will be using the term “product” a number of times. In the sports card industry, product basically … Continue reading

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A quick look at the current state of hockey cards

Hockey cards, and sports “trading” cards in general, have come a long way since I was a kid (said the old fart).  Gone are the days of rock-hard bubble gum (which left you wondering if you were better off chewing … Continue reading

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