The value of Beatles trading cards ranges from a few dollars up to several hundred. Collectors place the highest value on the rarest cards that are in mint condition. Value also hinges on what series the cards fall under. For instance, series one cards in top condition are worth more than series three cards in good condition.
People in possession of Beatles trading cards have the option of selling them online via eBay or to a private trading card site. Beatles memorabilia collectors also find cards at these websites. Determining the value of an individual card requires some research into current sales trends. A card is worth what buyers are willing to pay. Therefore, buyers and sellers should understand the differences in grading levels for Beatles trading cards.
In the early 1960s, Topps issued several sets of Beatles trading cards. Each set is produced in black and white or color. Sets feature photos of band members in individual and group poses. Many photos are publicity shots. The Beatles Movie card set is unique in that it depicts the band on the set of their movie, "A Hard Day's Night." An additional trading set for collectors is the Beatles Diary, which includes daily diary entries from the band.