Hal Dues Cards: Values, Rookies and Tracking

Hal Dues Baseball trading cards

Cardbase Index:

10,000

Performance percent:
0%
Cards in database:
10
Tracked cards:
5

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Additional Metrics for Hal Dues Cards

7Number of sales
$171.66Sales Volume
$0.97Lowest sale
1979 Topps #699 Hal Dues
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Index change
0%
Index change in %
$24.52Average sale price
$135Most recent sale
1981 Topps #71 Hal Dues PSA 10

About Hal Dues

Updated at July 15, 2024
Hal Dues was a Baseball-Player. In his career he played for Montreal Expos, West Palm Beach Expos and retired in 1980.
Hal Dues played his first season as a Rookie in 1975 for Montreal Expos.
There are currently 10 Cards of Hal Dues in our Database including 1 rookie Cards and 10 variations Cards.
The most valuable Card of Hal Dues is currently 1979 Topps #699 Hal Dues PSA 8 by Topps from 1979 with a worth of approx. $.

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Overall about 1 Cards of Hal Dues have been traded in the last 30 days on ebay. The average price was $15.5. The price range was from $15.5 for 1979 Topps #699 Hal Dues PSA 8 by Topps from 1979 to $15.5 for 1979 Topps #699 Hal Dues PSA 8 by Topps from 1979.
The value of Hal Dues Baseball-Cards has been decreasing for about % in the past 30 days and decreasing for about 0.0% in the past year.
The most traded Card of Hal Dues in the past 30 days on ebay was for 1981 Topps #71 Hal Dues PSA 10 by Topps from 1981 with an average price of $81.0.

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