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I have been collecting baseball cards for 40 years but have never taken the next step in getting my cards graded, completing my sets and getting them appraised. I have mostly Topps cards from the 60's thru 80's, around 20,000 cards. Wanted to get some advice from the experts on what I should be doing first in the process. My sets are in the 75%-90% completed stage depending on the year. Plus, I have large amounts of good condition doubles of sets for certain years. Should I be looking to get individual cards or sets appraised first, finding missing cards to complete sets or both. Any help appreciated.

Dave
i like completed sets without graded cards (unless you are grading the whole set) and single graded separately. but i am not expert
i like completed sets without graded cards (unless you are grading the whole set) and single graded separately. also grading cards is only benificial if the card is reciving a good grade, id never just grade to grade. but i am not expert
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