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Old 06-02-2023, 08:43 PM
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Default 1888 A42 Album cuts N184 & 1888 Goodwin baseball schedule - Value help

I am very out of my areas of expertise here. I just picked up a large nineteenth century card collection -large majority non sports.

I found this group of what I am almost certain are "cards" cut from the 1887-88 A42 Kimball Champions album. Assuming they are that - what would be your opinion as to the current market value. Thanks for any help. Feel free to post or Pm me.

These and many more will be offered for sale - Chantilly or the national will be the best place to see them.

Another mystery: 1888 Baseball checklist by Goodwin with advertising about sending in 25 "slips" for a cabinet card of your favorite player. Folded to the size of a tobacco card. Blank backed.
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I have been a Net 54 member since 2009 and have an Ebay store since 1998

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I am actively buying and selling vintage sports cards graded and raw. Feedback as a buyer:

I am accepting select private consignments of quality vintage cards (raw or graded) and collecting "want" lists for higher end ($1K+) vintage cards.

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Old 06-03-2023, 06:01 PM
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Maybe a 1/5th of the value of real N184 cards in the same Fair condition? They're essentially fillers for a set collector, right?
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