Tag Archives: eBay

How to Kill the Non-Auto and Get the eBay Search Results You Really Want

Are your eBay search results bogged down by non-autos? Here’s a simple trick on how to exclude them and other unwanted results.

Copyright issue leaves eBay seller feeling D-Fence-less

“De-Fence! De-Fence!” It’s a chant heard at almost every football, basketball and hockey game no matter the level of play. And if you stop to take each syllable in a literal sense, it brings up a simple image of a ‘D’ alongside a white picket fence. But, as at least one eBay seller has found […]

Burbank Sportscards hits eBay milestone

By Stephen Laroche | Beckett Media For buyers of single cards, Burbank Sportscards has long been one of the most popular and well-stocked dealers in the hobby to pick up an elusive item from. With an inventory of more than 40 million cards, its staff spends long hours scanning and uploading card images to their […]

Ronda Rousey auction ends at $10,103

By Matt Bible | Beckett Sports Card Monthly Analyst Apparently, $10,000 isn’t a stretch at all. Beckett.com reported on Friday that a 2012 Topps Finest Red Refractor Autograph 1/1 of Ronda Rousey  was up for auction on eBay. The auction was at $5,900 after 56 bids. Well, the auction has concluded and the card has sold. The final […]

Rousey card could be knockout acquisition

Even in the card world, Ronda gets a little rowdy.

Introducing Beckett SuperSeller

Beckett Media is proud to announce the launch of Beckett SuperSeller – an industry-leading online tool that allows you to easily list cards on eBay at a fixed price, using Beckett’s online Organize tool.

Could Internet tax bill get lame duck push?

An Internet tax bill, aka the Marketplace Fairness Act, has been talked about and considered for some time, but some in the collecting industry and beyond are still working to fight it.

Tip Sheet: Five tips for success on eBay

Look for even more tips like these in the upcoming Auction Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly.

Collecting baseball cards that should not be

I spotted a thing that should not be recently on eBay. It was a card that doesn’t officially exist but took years to finally surface.

Buyer beware: I bought a fake card on eBay

Part of me still hoped they this was just a bad joke so I asked how they knew. I got an education on cards that day.

Rare 1949 Baltimore Colts Silber’s Bakery cards appear online

Two cards from the rare 1949 Silber’s Baker football cards have emerged on eBay.

Auction for autograph Jack Hoffman card goes unpaid

Jack Hoffman’s story naturally went national. The 7-year-old fighting cancer scored a touchdown in the University of Nebraska’s spring game.

Andrew Luck 2012 Contenders Championship Ticket goes for $42K, but seller doesn’t get paid

Reiter didn’t get paid. He was told by the top bidder “his kids bid on it.”

Beckett 20 questions … auction block curiosities

The auction block has changed you.

Your Turn (BSCM Auction Issue): What auction block steals or stories do you have?

Do you have any auction steals or stories you can share with collectors? Do you have any treasures you found almost by accident?

The world is officially crazy about Cam Newton

As the bidding closed at $7,956 for a one-of-one autographed Superfractor, one thing became very clear to me. The world has officially gone bonkers for Cam Newton.

Michael Jordan continues to command cash

The latest example of Michael Jordan’s power was seen Sunday on eBay of all places where a 1997-98 Upper Deck Game Jerseys Autograph card — one of just 23 in existence — sold for five figures after 44 bids.

University of Wisconsin aims to stop sales of star quarterback’s baseball cards

Russell Wilson baseball card owners might get a letter from the University of Wisconsin if they have his cards for sale.

Buyer Beware: Contenders Inscriptions Raising Eyebrows

Since going live, 2010 Contenders Football has hit the secondary market with anticipated excitement and commotion. The on-card autographs from this set are among the most hotly-pursued rookie signatures of the season, but some — featuring inscriptions — seem to be raising a few eyebrows as of late.