While baseball cards have a longer history, the rarity of some basketball cards makes them among the most highly sought collectibles by fans of sports cards. Certain series of basketball cards, such as the 1948 Bowman series or the Topps 1969-70 series, are among the most significant sets of sports cards. Some individual cards from the Topps 1969-70 series, such as the John Havlicek Celtics card or the Lew Alcindor Milwaukee card, have sold for thousands of dollars in recent years. Finding early basketball cards in good condition can be exceedingly difficult because they were often not produced in large numbers and in some cases most people did not have the means to store them properly. You can find comprehensive basketball card pricing within the PSA SMR Price Guide.
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