Ken Griffey Jr 1989 Topps 336 is worth a book value of about .75 cents in near/mint -mint condition
2-8 dollars depending on the condition.
john smoltz topps Tiffany #382, Stan Jefferson topps #689A, bob welch topps #605A, ken griffey jr rookie topps #41T, roger clemens topps Tiffany #405
1989 Topps Traded Ken Griffey Jr Rookie card number 41TThe card you have was issued in the Topps Traded set that comes out after the base set for that year. A 1989 Topps Traded Ken Griffey Jr Rookie card number 41T has a book value of about $6.00 in Near Mint -Mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more money than a non graded card in the same condition. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly
The 1989 topps box set is worth about $12,000 dollars, box sets must have every card in mint condition to be worth anything
Tha value of this card would of course depend on the condition. You can find these cards for around 20 Dollars. Hold onto it though, when he hits the hall it will be a great collector item!
It is worth around $30
Worth less than a nickel.
Worth less than 25 cents.
The Topps, Donruss, Fleer, and Score 1989 Griffey cards all currently list at $2.50-$6.00. The most interesting Griffey rookie card is the 1989 Upper Deck card, which lists at $15-$40. Baseball card companies flooded the market in the late '80s and 1989 may have been the worst year of over-production. There are probably still millions of 1989 baseball cards still sealed up in packs. The number of Griffey rookie cards out there is astronomical. Still, the 1989 Upper Deck Griffey is the card of a generation and should retain it's value.
Worth less than a dime.
This card is worth about $1