Value of Beatles Trading Cards?

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The value of Beatles trading cards depends on the series, as well as the condition of the card. The general range is anywhere from $10-$1,000, with older cards being worth more money. Mint condition series three cards can go for over $1,000 dollars, while series two cards in decent condition can be worth anywhere from $40-$300, and good condition series one cards are worth $150-400 on average. Beatles trading cards from the 1990s or 2000s are not worth very much, especially in comparison to those that were created during the time that the Beatles were together.
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Sue, Your cards do have value. They should sell in the $3-5 range for each one. However, if you're able to find a buyer who collects either Beatles memorabilia or older trading cards
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