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A Legacy of Great Traditions

At BMW Sportscards, we appreciate the great traditions that have evolved from the four, major, uniquely North American sports.

The formal, organized Institution of sports in both Canada and the United States stretches back over a century with many historians dating the origins of the National Pastime of America to the 1840s. Much has changed since the earliest years. Rules have been greatly modified. Uniforms have become more sophisticated in their constitution and use. Codes of expected conduct have changed. But one constant remains–the way that we remember our sports heroes and the methods by which they are immortalized through pictures and cherished remnants of the game.

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Sell or Consign

We are active purveyors of rare or unusually high-quality sports cards and memorabilia. If you have something you would like us to see or are interested in learning about our consignment program, please contact us.

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Items can be purchased directly from us through our store or by phone, or through our two eBay stores:

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Recent Articles

Hockey Card History

1950’s Hockey Cards – What’s Missing?

February 18, 2014

When George Kennedy, owner of Parkhurst Products, began printed production of post World War II hockey cards issued with bubble gum, the dominant team in the National Hockey league was the Toronto Maple Leafs…

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Sports Card Lineage

Pedigrees – How Important Are They?

In addition to a number grade, some third party authenticators and grading companies have been assigning a pedigree to the sports cards and other items they encapsulate. What impact does this have on price and how important is it to know the origin of specific cards?

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