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Question DetailsAsked on 7/13/2016

cabidge patch kids cards for sale

I have old garbage pail kids card to sell How do I go about it?

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You could (since all one subject) buy a price guide book and get a feel yourself for what they are worth - make up a list.

With the list (so it is easy for dealers to mark down the value for each) you could have it appraised by a professional collectible card appraiser - though depending on how old these are and condition (maybe not good if kid played with them a lot) appraisal might cost as much as they are worth.

You could also take around to a couple of local collectible toy and card shops and get offers from them for the kit and kaboodle - realizing they will offer probably 25 to maybe 50% of what they are worth, but easier to sell that way than individually yourself on eBay or such. Plus if you sell them yourself you would definitely have to price them from a book first so you know what minimum price to put for them,, and of course if selling individually shipping costs will likely eat up much of the proceeds.

If you find they are valuable, you could also have them sold through a commercial auction house specializing in collectibles in one of their sales - Christies or Sothebys or such.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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