The 10 Most Valuable Baseball Cards

By on March 21, 2014 in ArticlesEntertainment

Collecting baseball cards is a classic American pastime, a lot like the game itself. Most cards are not worth much, but there's always a chance that you're sitting on super rare card and don't even know it.

So how much are the most valuable baseball cards worth? It may be time to revisit your old collections: These are the 10 most valuable baseball cards ever sold.

10. Honus Wagner, $218,550

Year: 1910

Company: Standard Caramel

Grade: PSA 10

9. Ty Cobb, $272,980

Year: 1911

Company: General Banking Co.

Grade: PSA 8

8. Lou Gehrig, $274,950

Year: 1933

Company: Goudey

Grade: PSA 10

7. Joe Doyle, $312,000

Year: 1910

Company: Piedmont Cigarettes

Grade: SGC 50/100

6. Hank Aaron, $357,594

Year: 1954

Company: Topps

Grade: PSA 10

5. Joe Doyle, $414,750

Year: 1909–1911

Company: Sweet Caporal T206 Series

Grade: PSA 3

4. Roberto Clemente, $432,690

Year: 1955

Company: Topps

Grade: PSA 10

3. Babe Ruth, $517,000

Year: 1914

Company: Baltimore News

Grade: SGC 40/100

2. Mickey Mantle, $525,000

Year: 1952

Company: Topps

Grade: PSA 8

1. Honus Wagner, $2.8 million

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Year: 1909–1911

Company: Sweet Caporal T206 Series

Grade: PSA 5

Articles Written by Joseph Gibson
Joseph Gibson is a freelance writer currently based in Austin, TX. His main interests are movies, music, books, and other things you can watch, read, or listen to. Joseph's favorite billionaire is Paul McCartney.
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