Graded Football Cards

Graded Football Cards

We have over 140 different graded football cards being uploaded to the site this week. The years range from as early as 1972 up through 2012 and the grades range from 4 VG to 10 Gem MT. All of the major card manufactures of the time such as Topps, Score, Fleer, & Upper Deck are included as well as some of the less known like Classic, Crown Royal, Playoff and more. The majority of the cards are from the 1980s and 1990s and feature many of our favorite stars and icons from the gridiron. The cards include favorites like Dan Marino, Emmitt Smith, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, John Elway, Warren Moon & many many more available for purchase. Dozens of rookie cards, limited edition print runs, and a few specialty sets. There are cards for every price point available with prices starting as low as $2 for an encapsulated graded card. Below are just a few scans of the cards being uploaded this week followed a list of some of the cards.

  • 2012 Topps Joe Flacco #78 – 10 Gem MT
  • 2010 Topps Unrivaled Ray Rice #98 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 2005 Topps Adam Jones Topps Rookie #421 – 10 Gem MT
  • 1998 Topps Stars Skip Hicks Rookie #2951/3999 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1998 Topps Stars John Avery Rookie #3791/8799 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1990 Topps Joe Montana 1989 Record Breaker #1 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1990 Topps Andre Tippet #421 – 6.5 EX-NM+
  • 1994 Score Select Gary Brown Future Force Rookie #FF9 – 10 Gem MT
  • 1994 Pinnacle Marshall Faulk Draft Pick Rookie #DP2 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1993 Score Select Drew Bledsoe Rookie #166 – 10 Gem MT
  • 2010 Panini Threads Ben Roethlisberger #115 – 10 Gem MT
  • 2010 Panini Rookies & Stars Mark Sanchez #103 – 10 Gem MT
  • 2010 Panini Threads Jay Cutler #25 – 7 NM
  • 2001 Crown Royal 21st Century Rookies Reggie Wayne #24 – 7 NM
  • 2002 Fleer Manning/James Classic Combinations #CC5 – 9 Mint
  • 2000 Fleer Phil Simms Greats of the Game #92 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1995 Fleer Ultra Extra Terrell Davis Rookie #430 – 9 Mint
  • 1995 Fleer Ultra Extra Terrell Davis Rookie #430 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1995 Fleer Ultra Extra Terrell Davis Rookie #430 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1995 Fleer Curtis Martin Gold Medallion Rookie #447 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1992 Fleer Emmitt Smith #475 – 6 EX-NM
  • 1991 Fleer Ultra Irving Fryar #95 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1991 Fleer Ultra Irving Fryar #95 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1991 Fleer Ultra Andre Rison #148 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1991 Fleer Joe Montana #360 – 8 NM-MT
  • 1991 Fleer Emmitt Smith League Leaders #418 – 7.5 NM+
  • 1991 Fleer Ultra Herschel Walker #202 – 6 EX-NM
  • 1990 Fleer Dan Marino #244 – 7 NM
  • 1990 Fleer Deion Sanders #382 – 5 EX
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Steve Young #132 – 10 Gem MT
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Donovan McNabb Rookie #112 – 10 Gem MT
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Doug Flutie #18 – 10 Gem MT
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Dan Marino #80 – 10 Gem MT
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Steve McNair #145 – 10 Gem MT
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Drew Bledsoe #89 – 9 Mint
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Troy Aikman #42 – 9 Mint
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Dan Marino #80 – 9 Mint
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Doug Flutie #18 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Doug Flutie #18 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Steve Young #132 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Steve Young #132 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Donovan McNabb #112 – 8.5 NM-MT+
  • 1999 Edge Odyssey Jake Plummer #6 – 8.5 NM-MT+

For the complete list of graded football cards being uploaded click the download link below. Otherwise all the cards listed above and more will be available for sale this week and can be found directly by clicking here. Countless more sports trading cards, action figures, art collectibles and more are available for sale through our ‘Shop Page‘. Check back with us often for updates and to see our newest products added weekly!

1952-1979 Topps Baseball Cards

We uploaded 48 different Topps baseball cards to the site for sale. The years range from Topps first year, 1952 through 1979. The majority of the cards are from the 1960’s and feature stars like Harmon Killebrew, Brooks Robinson and Don Newcombe available for purchase. Below are just a few scans of the cards available for sale followed by the complete list of cards uploaded.

  • 1952 Topps Sam Mele #94
  • 1953 Topps Ferris Fain #24
  • 1953 Topps Tommy Byrne #123
  • 1954 Topps Johnny Hopp Coach #193
  • 1954 Topps Heinie Manush Coach #187
  • 1956 Topps Bill Virdon #170
  • 1956 Topps George Kell #195
  • 1956 Topps Phil Ruzzuto #113
  • 1956 Topps Roger Craig #63
  • 1956 Topps Bobby Shantz #261
  • 1956 Topps Bobby Thomson #257
  • 1956 Topps Alex Grammas #37
  • 1956 Topps Chuck Tanner #161
  • 1956 Topps Richie Ashburn #120
  • 1956 Topps Herb Score #140
  • 1957 Topps Ed Mathews #250
  • 1957 Topps Lindy McDaniel #79
  • 1957 Topps Dick Gernert #202
  • 1957 Topps Sal Maglie #5
  • 1957 Topps Sal Maglie #5
  • 1957 Topps Jim Bolger #289
  • 1958 Topps Don Newcombe #340
  • 1958 Topps Bob Turley #255
  • 1958 Topps Eddie Mathews #480
  • 1958 Topps Bob Turley #493
  • 1958 Topps Vada Pinson #420
  • 1958 Topps Jackie Jenson #489
  • 1958 Topps Marv Throneberrry #175
  • 1958 Topps Nellie Fox #400
  • 1958 Topps Johnny Temple #478
  • 1959 Topps White Sox Team Checklist #94
  • 1960 Topps Dick Groat #258
  • 1960 Topps Harmon Killebrew #210
  • 1961 Topps Zorro Versalles #21
  • 1962 Topps Harmon Killebrew #70
  • 1963 Topps Norm Cash #445
  • 1963 Topps Phillies Team #13
  • 1964 Topps Milt Pappas #45
  • 1967 Topps Bob Uecker #326
  • 1968 Topps Ed Mathews #58
  • 1968 Topps Brooks Robinson #365
  • 1968 Topps 1st Series Checklist #67
  • 1969 Topps Jose Arcia Error #473
  • 1969 Topps Hector Torres #526
  • 1972 Topps Rookie Stars #257
  • 1974 Topps Gorman Thomas #288
  • 1976 Topps George Brett #19
  • 1979 Topps Lou Piniella #453

The 1952-1979 Topps baseball cards listed above can be purchased directly by clicking here. Countless more sports trading cards, action figures and other collectibles are available for sale through our ‘Shop Page‘. Check back with us often for updates and to see our newest products added weekly!

Update: PSA Card Grading Submissions Temporarily Suspended

Here is a quick update to my last post regarding the PSA card grading submission process and its Collector’s Club membership.

Just last week PSA President Steve Sloan sent out a message to all customers stating, “The reality is that we recently received more cards in three days than we did during the previous three months.” Sloan goes on to say, “Given our growing backlog, it would be disingenuous for us to continue to accept submissions for cards that we will be unable to process in the foreseeable future. It’s an unpleasant conclusion, especially after the March 1 price increase, but it is necessary to properly serve the customers who have already submitted to PSA. Effective immediately, PSA is temporarily suspending our Value, Regular and Express service levels. This will allow us to fully unbox and receive the recent surge of orders and focus on our most impacted service lines. We will take a tiered approach to reintroducing these service levels. Our goal is to bring all suspended service levels back by July 1, 2021. Collectors Club members will have their memberships automatically extended to match the duration of the Value suspension. This extension will ensure existing members have 12 full months to utilize their annual Collectors Club benefits.”

Clearly PSA is struggling with the influx of submissions, but after just over one month’s time of membership, I have seen both the price increase on March 1, 2021 and now have had my membership essentially put on pause. I understand the hobby is growing in popularity and interest is at an all-time high. After all, I am a part of this influx in submissions having just recently gotten back into the hobby myself. However, as a customer of their company who is paying for their service and is a part of PSA Collector’s Club membership; I would both hope and like to think that there is more that could be done to alleviate any discontentment created by the current circumstances than to just send out an email to customers and give extensions of time to receive a service that had already been paid for and was expected in the first place. Either way, it will be interesting to see how PSA handles this situation and what effects this will have on the grading submission process moving forward.

PSA Card Grading Submission #1

Just recently, I was able to rejoin the PSA Collectors Club. Membership in the club allows individuals to submit trading cards and other collectibles to be professionally graded and authenticated. It has been years since I was last a member. Life happens, and you are too busy for or get distracted from doing the things you enjoy. One of those things for me has always been collecting sports cards and trading cards. So, to put it mildly, I was excited about my membership and getting back into the hobby that I have missed. The only subscription level available at the time I joined the Collectors Club was the Silver Membership. This made deciding which membership tier to select extremely simple. After reviewing the official step-by-step submission guide and doing a little research of my own, I got right to work on my first submission.

For anyone reading who may not be familiar with what a PSA Card Grading Submission form looks like, I will keep it simple. The form usually has eight columns total, but in the table below I kept it to just three. Line number, spec. number, min. grade, no qualifiers, and declared value total are the remaining five columns that I left out for simplicity. The line number states what number line of the form each card submission is on. The spec. number is automatically generated following your completion of the submission. The min. grade column is for you to assign the minimum grade value you would like your card submission to receive, for it to still be encapsulated in a PSA graded card holder. Otherwise, any card that receives a grade below its assigned min. grade value will not be encapsulated and returned to you the same way it was sent. Also, keep in mind that you are still responsible for paying the service fee whether it is below the min. grade value or not.

Similarly, the no qualifiers column allows you to decide which cards not be encapsulated if they were to receive any of the following qualifiers: staining (ST), print defects (PD), marks (MK), miscuts (MC), being off center (OC) and lastly, out of focus (OF). I chose not to assign any minimum grade values or use the no qualifiers option. Quantity, sport and card description are the forms remaining three columns, examples of how to fill them out can be seen in my submission below.

2Football Cards1989 Topps Traded 30T Deion Sanders
1Football Cards1989 Topps Traded 83T Barry Sanders
1Baseball Cards2012 Topps Chrome 144 Mike Trout
1Baseball Cards2012 Topps Chrome 196 Bryce Harper Hitting-Refractor
1Baseball Cards1990 Donruss 365 Ken Griffey Jr.
1Baseball Cards1989 Fleer 548 Ken Griffey Jr.
1Baseball Cards1987 Donruss 36 Greg Maddux
1Baseball Cards1987 Leaf 219 Barry Bonds
1Hockey Cards1990 O-Pee-Chee Premier 50 Jaromir Jagr
1Basketball Cards1996 Score Board Basketball Rookies 1 Allen Iverson
1Basketball Cards1992 Fleer 273 Michael Jordan
1Basketball Cards1992 Fleer 298 Shaquille O’Neal
1Basketball Cards1992 Fleer Drake’s 37 Shaquille O’Neal
1Basketball Cards1992 Ultra All-NBA 4 Michael Jordan
1Basketball Cards1990 Hoops 65 Michael Jordan
1Basketball Cards1990 Fleer 26 Michael Jordan
1Basketball Cards1987 Fleer 30 Clyde Drexler
1Basketball Cards1987 Fleer 80 Akeem Olajuwon
1Basketball Cards1987 Fleer 9 Charles Barkley

I included cards from different sports and from a range of different decades. After reading several articles online, the three things I found most important in filling out the form were to group cards of the same sport together, be consistent with whether the years are organized in ascending or descending order, and lastly, make sure that both the order of the cards on the form and the physical order of your cards in the submission are the same. Doing this will prevent your submission from being delayed.

As a result of the pandemic, PSA has been receiving a record number of submissions. The turnaround time for the PSA Collectors Club Value services is quite lengthy. Orders are at an all-time high and the current backlog for the Clubs Value Modern service level is more than 8 months. So unfortunately, it may be some time before this submission comes back. As soon as it has, the results will be posted to our site. In the meantime, check out our shop page to see what we have for sale; new products are always being added to our inventory. Comments can be left below and keep an eye out for my next grading submission!

Star Trek, Star Wars, Starting Lineups & More – Action Figures Coming this Month

Starting Lineups – You can expect 33 Kenner Baseball Starting Lineups available for purchase in the next week. Many of the Starting Lineups are from 1988, 89 & 90 but the lot ranges from 1988-2000. Some of the stars you can expect are Mark McGwire, Wade Boggs, Ken Griffey Jr, Nolan Ryan & many other great names!

Star Wars – For Star Wars figures there are two different sets/companies coming your way, and there are a quite a few of each of them. The first set being Star Wars The Power of the Force figures by Kenner & Star Wars Bend-Ems made by Justoys is the second set. Below is the complete list of Star Wars figures that will be available for purchase from both sets. All of our favorite characters are included and most of the figures have multiple quantities available. Be sure to grab your favorites while they last! And if you’re reading this sometime in the future and the figure you wanted is gone, don’t fret; we have many many MORE collectibles, sports cards, trading cards, comic books & action figures still to be uploaded, thousands already on site, and even more coming your way soon!

1993-94 Justoys Star Wars Bends-Ems
  • Darth Vader
  • Yoda
  • Chewbacca
  • Bib For Tuna
  • Obi Wan Kenobi
  • Han Solo
  • Emperor Royal Guard
  • Tusken Raider
  • Admiral Ackbar
  • Luke Skywalker
  • Gamorean Guard
  • Lando Calrissian
  • R2D2
  • Princess Leia
  • Stormtrooper
  • C-3PO
1995 Kenner Star Wars: Power of the Force
  • Yoda
  • Luke Skywalker
  • Boba Fett
  • Han Solo
  • Han Solo in Carbonite
  • C-3PO
  • R2D2
  • Obi Wan Kenobi
  • Chewbacca
1996 Kenner Star Wars: Shadow of the Empire
  • Chewbacca
  • Dash Rendar

Star Trek Figures & A Few More Toys – 1995 Star Trek Space Talk 8″ Talking Action Figures & 1994 Star Trek Innerspace Mini Playsets will be available as well. There are limited quantity of each so grab them while you can. Among the miscellaneous toys and action figures also to be uploaded are Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Road Ready Mutations, X-Men Deluxe Edition by Toybiz, The Adams Family, Betty Boop Fashion Dolls, Space: 1999, and Legends of Batman by Kenner.