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What Are Some Tips For Displaying Sports Memorabilia?
When you have a collection of sports memorabilia that you want to show off, pick through the items and select collectibles that tell a cohesive story. Avoid visual clutter and confusion by sticking with a certain sport or a single team. If you have a large collection, consider rotating items every so often. Display the memorabilia in a safe place, protected from the elements, and consider framing valuable items in photo frames and shadow boxes. Avoid placing memorabilia in direct sunlight, as that can cause fading, and do not set collectibles near heaters or air conditioning units to prevent damage.
How Should You Care For And Display An Autographed Baseball?
To properly care for an autographed baseball, handle it as little as possible until it is stored away or displayed. Keep the baseball in a protective case, hidden from sunlight and out of high-moisture areas. Ideally, you should store autographed baseballs in a room that is about 70 degrees Fahrenheit and has about 50 percent humidity.
How Do You Determine The Value Of A Baseball Card?
While determining the value of a baseball card, study a pricing guide or other literature and find comparable cards, taking note of their values. Evaluating the overall condition of the card is also important. Wear, tear, and damage to the corners, edges, and surface may reduce the value. Based on the condition, contemplate which grade the card might have, ranging from gem mint in almost perfect condition to poor. Consult literature to discern the rarity of the card, and if necessary, seek advice from a professional to determine an accurate value.