$2000 for one card and possibly $20,000 for another….Michael Osacky of Baseball in the Attic appraises listeners’ sports memorablia on air!

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Michael Osacky talks about a set of 1959 Topps Baseball Cards he recently obtained. (youtube)

Michael Osacky of Baseball in the Attic is a sports memorabilia appraiser, public speaker and contributor to Parade Magazine.

During this visit with Nick Digilio, he appraises listeners’ items on air including one that’s worth $2,000 and another one that’s potentially worth $20,000!

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