Family finds old baseball cards in attic worth 3 million dollars (27 Photos)

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Via Sports.yahoo

  • cmcb

    #18 #19 #9 Tinker to Evers to Chance in baseball card form. That's strong.

    • B_Error

      Go Cubs Go!

  • https://www.facebook.com/Bizarrojerry Andrew Parrett

    Makes you wonder what else is in the attics of these old homes. A great find!

  • Macro

    So he died in the 40's and nobody looked in the attic for the last 70 years? Lazy f**kin family right there.

  • Chive Heckler

    I looked in my attic and found a shoelace and an old Milli Vanilli cassette tape…in MINT condition.
    Any takers?

  • asnoc

    What are baseball cards?

  • OneillNataliaj

    like Tracy implied I didnt know that any body able to get paid $4124 in four weeks on the internet. did you look at this web page (Click on menu Home more information) http://goo.gl/AdN0A

  • petesopete

    If the attic is worth $3 million, I wonder how much the rest of the house is worth…

  • Jayetheb

    This is why I wished my grandma ha let us clean out her barn… There was a trunk of baseball cards in there, that probably got ruined by the elements – and now the property has been sold… This is also why MY cards will ALWAYS be close at hand for me!!! If I live to be 100, the autographed Jeter rookies might cover my funeral expenses😉

  • dave

    Would it be better to auction them individually or as a set?

    • MAGSGQ

      Individual! I think the news said they were going to auction these cards off over the next couple of years.

  • Andrew

    The fact that baseball cards are worth anything more than sentimental value astounds me. It must take some kind of mental ill-disposition for one to find any type of monetary worth associated with obtaining relics of a terrible sport.

  • Alan

    Sorry, no. Three thousand maybe, but surely somebody with three million dollars could spend it on something more worthwhile than baseball cards.

    (Like me for instance …)

  • MAGSGQ

    Grading companies suck. What happened to the old days to where you bartered to trade or purchase the rookie you always wanted? Even though I subscribe to Beckett, today's prices for the hobby does not allow me to continue collecting for my 12 year old son. BUT, this is damn near a holy grail find!
    Wish my collection was that nice.

  • showtownman

    #19 #18 #9 Say no more.

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