Below is a list of sets with their values taken from the 2003 catalogue.
The prices below are a guide for insurance purposes only, I’m afraid these are not the prices you will achieve if you are looking to sell your collection. Even card dealers are lucky to get anywhere near half catalogue for sets of cards these days! In my opinion the problem is, since the age of the internet, cigarette cards along with many other collectables have become more readily available. This has affected the prices which have not been adjusted by the publishers of the Valuation Guide!
The cards I buy can stay in stock for years and there is no sign of cards going up in value over the coming years, this is not just because of the current recession as this was apparent long before.
I will of course be giving an offer to try and make a profit and I appreciate you want as much for your cards as possible. If you offer your cards to other dealers I would like to think you'll find my offer is a fair one.
If you wish to buy any of the following sets you can
click on the button next to the set(s) you are interested in, I will then get back to you
with a price (which will be less than the catalogue price listed) and
availability. Alternatively you are welcome to email me with your
Key to Letters used in No. In Set
K - Smaller than Standard
51 x 41mm
M - Medium Size
80 x 52mm
L - Large Size
80 x 71mm
T - Typhoo/Doncella Size
106 x 52mm
X - Extra Large Size
80 x 113mm
P - Postcard Size
165 x 110mm
G - Cabinet Size
228 x 165mm
E - Too Large for Albums
D - Dual (more than one) Size
S - Stereoscopic Series
F - Photographic Production
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