Founder and Owner, Dean’s Cards
Some collectors are understandably concerned about sending their baseball card collections to get a bid from us. But a recent experience from a collector in San Francisco, California will show you how easy the process is.
|Part of the collection of star cards and Hall of Fsmers recently sold to Dean's Cards.|
He completed the form on the sell your baseball cards page, we responded, and he sent us his cards to evaluate. We gave him our generous bid and he accepted it. We then sent the check the next day. So in a matter of days the transaction was complete.
Again, this is another example how we earn trust from baseball card collectors every day.
If you want to sell baseball cards or sell football cards, I encourage you to read testimonials from what baseball card and football card sellers have to say about working with Dean’s Cards. We are proud of the trust we have earned from customers who sell us baseball cards, going back to our founding in 2001.
|More star cards from the collection recently sold to Dean's Cards.|
We sincerely hope that we end up writing you a large check! This means you have some nice baseball cards, and we always need the inventory. If the amount that we offer for your baseball cards falls below your expectations, we will pay the postage to return the baseball card collection to you.
|Collectors send their cards to Dean's Cards and we quickly provide a bid.|
We’re humbled by the trust baseball card collectors and football card collectors place with us and we look forward to you becoming a Dean’s Cards customer.
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Dean Hanley, founder and owner of DeansCards.com, is considered one of the foremost experts on the subject of vintage baseball cards, other sports and non-sports cards and has a regular column in the Sports Collectors Digest and publishes articles on his blog. Dean has also written two books on vintage sports cards: The Bubble Gum Card War: The Great Bowman & Topps Sets from 1948 to 1955 and Before There Was Bubble Gum: Our Favorite Pre-World War I Baseball Cards.
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