Don't recommend it for in-depth vintage prices. It's more of a magazine.
Prices don't start until page 90.
Baseball 90 to page 100, no 19th century prices
Football only has 4 pages. 101-104 no card prices before 1935
Hockey 3 pages, so all the pricing is between is between pages 90-110
in a 112 page price guide.
It does have some interesting stuff like the 20 best NY Rangers cards & the Bears glory
from the mid-80's. Also, interesting history of card collecting. Yet, purely as a price guide
It's no different than a monthly. Plus no 70's Fleer cards from the 70's in football, no odd balls
such as Wonder or Kellogg's. For football from 1968-1979 it's all Topps. I realize Topps was indeed
the king during that era but figured a magazine strictly committed to Vintage would have a 1933 Goudey Red Grange. Would have an 1887 Old Judge baseball card.
As far as quality. It's nice, colored, glossy, tough pages.
Value, I got mine for $9.95 free shipping, on the cover it's listed $9.99 so that's a good deal.
In conclusion I say buy it anywhere around $12 for something to read. Still I can't recommend it
purely as a price guide.
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