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My Favorite Hockey Card
Many collectors talk about that "one card" that really ignites their passion for the hobby - or sometimes, just brings back some great memories.Curator of Collections, Card Cyber Museum
Every so often I like to dig out my old collection of hockey cards and take a look at what I spent so much time doing as a youngster.
I haven't seriously collected hockey cards since 1991, but I will occasionally pick up a few when something catches my eye.
It is during these "dog days of summer" when I long for that elusive 'hockey fix' that I find myself rummaging through the boxes under my stairs looking for a long-forgotten collectible.
Baseball card collecting has become, for many fans, much more than a hobby. There is a great deal of value in certain baseball cards, and building a valuable collection could take years of research, time, and work. When a collector is interested in building a valuable baseball card collection, it is very important for the collector to know how to grade baseball cards. Baseball card grading is a method of determining the condition and value of a particular card.
Fans who collect cards often develop a greater connection to the game of hockey, a better understanding of the players and a true loyalty to the sport.
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