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Old 04-18-2024, 12:44 PM
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Default 1884 Lawson's Patent Baseball Game

I'm hoping people will be willing to give some advice. I have a complete set of 1884 Lawson's Patent Baseball game cards in the original cardboard box. I've seen singles get sold, as well as complete sets or large groups.

Would I be better off trying to sell these off as singles, or as a complete set?

Thank you for any input!!
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Years ago I had a complete set.

Its easier to sell everything in 1 shot
BUT you can make more selling everything individually.

Here's some of the cards I had in the set



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Individually will probably make you more money, but as one lot will be way less work.
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Geez, that "Wild Throw" card is frickin' creepy!!!!!!!
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I have had a set or two over the years and broke them up to sell.

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Individually will probably make you more money, but as one lot will be way less work.
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