Sell Tobacco Cards in NY

Sell Tobacco Cards in NY

At Collectibles, NY we handle a lot of baseball cards, and the most valuable baseball cards out there are tobacco cards. In the turn of the past century, cigarette companies put baseball cards in cigarette packs. The most common kind of tobacco card is the Piedmont, but several companies released tobacco cards. If you want to sell tobacco cards in NY, we can take care of you!

Tobacco cards were printed on low quality paper, so condition is key in valuing them. Many of these cards are deteriorated and have paper loss. The rarest card is the T206 Honus Wagner, which had a very short run. Stories vary regarding why the run was so short, but one popular story is that Honus Wagner did not want to make cigarettes seem glamorous for children so he demanded that his image be removed from the cards.

It is essential to get an appraisal before you sell tobacco cards in NY. Don’t just trust what other similar cards are selling for. If your card is high quality, it can be worth thousands and thousands of dollars. Contact us if you have tobacco cards to sell or if you know someone who has tobacco cards to sell. Our email is listed under the link below, or you can use the comment form embedded at the bottom of the page. Your information will be kept strictly confidential. We can buy tobacco card lots with competitive offers into the 5 figures, and we can also do consignment, including FREE condition evaluation and FREE appraisal.

If you have non-sports tobacco cards, we are happy to look at them as well! We will evaluate autographs in NY and you can count on us treating you right. We will make a deal that will satisfy everyone involved. Fill out the form below or email us at collectibles@collectiblesny.com and we will be in touch shortly!


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