Florida Marlins pins
Posted by: BaseballHistory.info on 4 Jan 2003 at 2:51:00 PM
In-Reply-To: Florida Marlins collectibles posted by BaseballHistory.info on 1:00:45 PM 4 Jan 2003
For Florida Marlins pins, OnlineSports usually has a few at competitive prices. Click Browse Teams in the left column, then click on Florida Marlins, then click on Pins.
But if you have the time, you'll probably have better luck at eBay. You may find a wider selection and better deals. Here are some live eBay auctions for Florida Marlins pins, if available:
If you're a baseball pin and memorabilia collector, you definitely need a guide book. You don't want to risk paying too much. Dan Zachofsky's Handbook for Collecting Baseball Memorabilia is a good source for information on baseball collectibles, especially if you're new to the hobby. (If you collect baseball cards, you want the annual Beckett Baseball Card Price Guide. For the latest updates, you should subscribe to Beckett Baseball Card Monthly magazine.)
By the way, eBay is also your best bet if you want to sell Florida Marlins pins. Auctions have always been the best way to get top dollar for your items, and now thanks to eBay's extremely active baseball auctions, it's easy for anyone to auction off their collection. (A mainstream brick-and-mortar auction house will generally only deal with you if you have a large collection or some very valuable pins. And they'll take a percentage of the total sales, say 10 to 25 percent, for their service.) Click here for eBay, or eBay UK or eBay Canada if that's where you're located.
Good luck, and have fun!
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