Are Post cereal baseball cards worth anything?
Sports memorabilia appraisers usually value these early, complete sets from $1,000 to $3,000, depending on condition. Individual cards usually cost between $15 and $40 for lesser known players, with more renowned heavy hitters’ individual cards reaching prices upwards of $2,000.
What years were baseball cards worthless?
Sports card values from the late 1980s and early 1990s are pretty much worthless, with some notable exceptions.
What year of baseball cards are worth the most?
The iconic 1948 card—the most desirable in a set filled with early cards of greats such stars as Ted Williams, Stan Musial, Warren Spahn and DiMaggio—was rated a PSA 7. A 10 rating, “gem mint condition,” is the highest PSA rating.
What classic baseball cards are worth money?
Top 10 Baseball Cards Worth Money Of All Time
- T206 White Border Honus Wagner.
- Topps #311 Mickey Mantle.
- M101-5 and M101-4 Sporting News Babe Ruth Rookie Card.
- T206 Ty Cobb Tobacco (Ty Cobb Back)
- Baltimore News #9 Babe Ruth Pre Rookie Card.
- T206 White Border Eddie Plank.
- Bowman #253 Mickey Mantle Rookie Card.
What years did Post Cereal make baseball cards?
Post Cereal Baseball Card Sets
|Post Cereal Baseball Card Sets In Chronological Order / Return to Baseball Card Database|
|1961||Post Cereal||Post Cereal – Perforated / Company (200 Cards)|
|1962||Post Cereal||Post Cereal (200 Cards)|
|1990||Post Cereal||Post Cereal (30 Cards)|
What Topps 2000 baseball cards are worth money?
Key 2000 Topps Traded and Rookies Baseball Cards:
- Miguel Cabrera Autograph #TTA40.
- Miguel Cabrera RC #T40.
- Adrian Gonzalez RC #T81.
- Michael Young RC #T46 (listed as Mike Young)
- Carlos Zambrano RC #T29.
- Francisco Rodriguez RC #T38.