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Old 01-08-2004, 10:13 AM
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Posted By: Paul

This is just a tad off topic but I was hopeing someone could help with this. I have some of the N28 and Kimball cards other than baseball. Is there a good source to look to that would give some idea on pricing? Thanks Paul

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Old 01-08-2004, 10:29 AM
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Posted By: Keith O'Leary

Hi Paul, I collect both sets. Never knew of any price guides on these, but past auctions in ebay should give you an idea.

There are some sports champions that are worth more then others. Typically the boxers are second to the baseball players in value, then you have the Codys and the Oakleys which can command some high dollars in nice shape.

Pool players can also go for good money.

There are collectors that go after specific sports also, wrestlers and tennis champions come to mind.

Typically the oarsman, pedestrians, runners, roller and ice skaters, jockeys, club swingers (these are mostly in the Kimball set) are the lower valued cards. In EX or better shape with no back damage, these lower valued cards typically sell in the $25-40 range, the rest go up from there.

I'm looking for an N29 F Murphy BTW. I hate to be to specific, but hope this gives you a general idea. Keith

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Posted By: Paul

That does help. It is a point to start from. Thanks

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