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Pawn Shops That Buy Sports Cards

pawn shops that buy sports cards

Are you thinking about selling one of your best sports collectible cards? What about pawning your entire trading card collection? Visit 1st United Pawn and Loan for honest, fair prices. We have two locations in the Tri-state area where you can obtain quick cash or a pawn loan.

When pawning sports cards, it is important to know what you have. There are a lot of cards that were produced, particularly in the ’90s that are simply not sought after. The year in which the cards were produced, as well as the brand name, can be a good indicator of marketability.

Types of Sports Cards That We Accept:

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Football
  • Hockey

Bring your sports cards and sports memorabilia today for your FREE evaluation. Let us buy your items(s) and put cash in your hands! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us by phone 7 days a week!

How Sports Cards Are Graded

Even the most sought-after sports cards can vary in worth based on their condition. Card graders, like the Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), will assign a grade of 1-10 to each of these attributes, then combine them to give the card a final grade of 1-10.

Here are the main attributes that are considered when assigning a grade:

Centering – a card is considered to have good centering when the border sizing is equal on the left, right, top, and bottom.

Corners – corners are arguably the most important and heavily inspected element when grading a card. A card with four perfectly sharp corners will score the highest in this category. Any imperfection will move the card down the grading scale.

Edges – a card with sharp edges (or borders) without any signs of dents or discolorations will be rated higher on the grading scale.

Surface – this refers to the condition of the cardboard. Things to look out for are stains, scratches, printing imperfections, creases, and more.

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