Family stumbles upon rare and valuable baseball cards
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This final note on the way out today, which reminds me I need to have a chat with my mom about her throwing away the baseball card collection I had when I was a kid.
Late Tuesday night, we learned that a family in an as yet unnamed city, had been going through a run-down old house that used to belong to their great-grandfather they looked inside a torn paper bag sitting on the floor and found seven old baseball cards.
I’ll cut to the chase here.
They were authentic Ty Cobb cards from a hundred years ago — or more.
Total value, into the seven figures, the experts say.
Mom, I’m gonna be calling.
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