While in high school I once read an article in my local paper that detailed how an avid baseball card collector had shelled out something on the order of five digits to own the rookie card of some long-deceased Hall of Famer.

When I asked my father how a frayed and antiquated card could fetch more money than both our cars, he replied, “Something like that is worth only what someone is willing to pay.”

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