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Old 02-04-2009, 05:07 PM
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I have a card from 1888 Allen and Ginter of W B. Page, and I'd like to know the approx. value of it, I can't find it in any price guides. The card is in about G-VG

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one more thing, should I get the card graded?

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Not a baseball player. About $10.

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wow I would've though it would've been higher because it is so old

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Its authentic, and under $10

N28 and N29 cards are very common for their age, the only ones that bring good $$ are the Annie Oakley, Buffalo Bill, and the Baseball Players.

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Old 02-07-2009, 04:28 AM
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Posted By: Laura

I checked in my copy of "American Tobacco Cards" and it's an N29. If you check eBay you'll see them for sale with values that range from reasonable to ridiculous.



Check the completed listings, and the most anyone has paid for one recently was $665, for Hall of Famer Buck Ewing that was slabbed as PSA Authentic. But Page isn't a baseball player.



There's a Page for sale on eBay right now for $60, but I think that price is too high. Personally, I'd value yours at about $15 - 20, given condition (nick, crease, surface dirt) and wouldn't bother to have it graded. But that's just me.



Are you thinking of selling it or keeping it?

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