Remember that $100,000 baseball card? Harold Reynolds' is worth less than that
On Wednesday, the news broke that an extremely rare copy of the oldest known baseball card was found at a yard sale in Maine. The card from 1865 is expected to sell for six figures when it goes up for auction next month.
Just how big is the $100,000 figure for a card? To compare, Greg Amsinger, Harold Reynolds and Lauren Shehadi on MLB Network's Hot Stove checked out a signed edition of Reynolds' 1991 Donruss card on eBay, and found its value to be ... less than that.
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