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I BUY SAN DIEGO CHARGERS FOOTBALL TRADING CARDS
I will pay full Beckett price plus postage on Chargers Football Cards to $10.00 value; would like a discount on cards over $10.00 value. I am ONLY interested in those Chargers cards and items found on my Want List pages. Come back to visit often as I will keep the list updated; including adding new cards I need.
Let me know what you have available and your asking price. I will respond to ALL offers. I have NO football cards to trade or to otherwise offer you in return. I only buy Chargers Football Cards for my collection.
The History of Football Cards
Whether you are the fan of a certain team, player or college, it is always fun to track down that card that you have been looking for. Did you know that the first football card appeared over 100 years ago? The first known cards depicting football players are the 1894 Mayo cards. This set contained 35 cards of the top Ivy League players. One card has no specific identification of the player but it is believed to be John Dunlop from Harvard. This card is one of the most sought after cards and is rarely seen. There are less than 10 known copies of this card. It has a book value of $18,000 in Ex-Mt condition.
The 1933 multi-sport Goudy Sport Kings issue included cards of Red Grange, Knute Rockne and Jim Thorpe. It was not until 1948 that the next set of football cards hit the corner drug store. In 1948, both Bowman and Leaf issued football card sets that came with bubble gum in packs. Since then there has been at least one football card set issued per year until today.
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Sep. 7, 2007: Another Grand Slam for Honus Wagner. The finest known example of the famed T206 Honus Wagner baseball card has found another new home a little more than six months after selling for a then-record shattering price of $2.35 million in February to a California private collector. Renowned sports card and memorabilia auction company SCP Auctions Inc., has brokered the latest sale to a private collector for a record price of $2.8 million.
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Who will be the next Chargers Head Coach?
Answers Percent 1 Bruce Arians 0% 2 Chip Kelly 0% 3 Jim E. Mora 0% 4 Andy Reid 0% 5 Mike Riley - Redux' 0% 6 Jon Gruden 25% 7 John Pagano 0% 8 None of the above 75%
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