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1956 Topps Hank Aaron Card


Bench Warmer
Came into possession of a 1955 Topps Hank Aaron #47 and trying to get a feel for the value of the card. Unfortunately can't post pictures. Also looking for solid website to price some other older cards.


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I almost always use eBay to price my cards. Here's a link to the Hank Aaron. Just find one that has a similar condition to the one you have and you'll have a pretty close estimate as to what yours is worth.



Going on what I see, I'd say somewhere in the $150-$175 range. But I did notice some markings most noticeably around his face. Sort of looks like gravel marks. Like it got stepped on a few times on a dirty floor. Can't tell by picture but if they are, it would go down from there. Maybe way down. Those are tough to overcome with a lot of collectors.