How do I identify my Garbage Pail Kids?

How do I identify my Garbage Pail Kids?

Two versions of each card were produced, with variations featuring the same artwork but a different character name, denoted by an “a” or “b” letter after the card number. The sticker fronts are die-cut so that just the character with its nameplate and the GPK logo can be peeled from the backing.

How much is a Garbage Pail Kid cards worth?

Item Estimated Value
Single Card: $0.15
Numerical Set of 88: $22.00
Unopened Pack: $0.75
Full Box of 48 Packs: $35.00

What is the most valuable garbage pail kid?

Nasty Nick
Which Garbage Pail Kid is the most valuable? The most valuable Garbage Pail Kid is Nasty Nick, the first character the company released. Even more valuable is the first run, or Nasty Nick #1a, wherein the die-cut of the card picture is noticeably slightly off-center.

How many cards are in each series of Garbage Pail Kids?

United States Garbage Pail Kids Giant 1st Series and Giant Stickers General Information
Manufacturer Topps Chewing Gum, Inc. Duryea, PA 18642 USA
Number of Series Released 2
Card Numbers 1-39 (Giant 1st Series) and 1-15 (Giant Stickers)
Number of Cards Needed to Make a Giant 1st Series and Giant Stickers Numerical Set 54

What is the most valuable trading card in the world right now?

Honus Wagner baseball card
The current record price is the US$6.606 million paid for a 1909 Honus Wagner baseball card breaking all previous records.

Is it worth getting a card graded?

You should ONLY get your cards graded IF it will increase the value or make the sale of the card(s) easier. You should NOT get your card graded just because you THINK it will improve the value. Money that sometimes isn’t returned because the grades assigned to the cards do not improve their value.

How many sets of Garbage Pail Kids are there?

There are a total of 88 different Garbage Pail Kids cards out there.

What was the first garbage pail kid card?

1985 Garbage Pail Kids #1a Nasty Nick First on the list is “Nasty Nick”, the very first card of the very first series released in 1985. Because it was the first card, it was positioned in the upper left of the printing sheet which meant it was often cut in such a way that the centering would be off from left to right.

How many original Garbage Pail Kids were there?

Fifteen different series of Garbage Pail Kids were produced between 1985 and 1988.

How many cards come in a Garbage Pail Kids Series 2?

The 2014 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Chrome Original Series 2 base set has 110 cards. It kicks off with 84 characters from 1985 Topps Garbage Pail Kids Series 2. The remaining 26 cards feature 13 returning characters, each with the trademark A and B name variations.

What are the most valuable Garbage Pail Kids cards of all time?

What are the Most Valuable Garbage Pail Kids Cards? Nasty Nick, which is #1a from the first series of GPK cards from 1985, is perhaps the most valuable card at around $8000 for a PSA 10 card. This card is followed by Adam Bomb (#6a), Corroded Carl (2013), Evil Eddie (#1b), and Schizo Fran (or Fran Fran, as it was known later).

What are Garbage Pail Kids stickers?

Meant to be a parody of the popular Cabbage Patch Kids franchise, Garbage Pail Kids are a series of sticker trading cards with depictions of child-like characters in rather unfortunate situations. In addition to this, each character depicted had two variations of their card, usually with different names.

Who created the first series of Garbage Pail Kids?

INFORMATION: All artwork (front and back) for the first series of Garbage Pail Kids was created by just two artists…John Pound and Tom Bunk PACKAGING: There was a total of 1 BOX and 2 WRAPPERS produced for Original Series 1.

What is the 1985 Garbage Pail Kids 24B?

1985 Garbage Pail Kids #24b Nerdy Norm Nerdy Norm is one of the more iconic cards from the GPK world. You might think that there’s nothing nerdy about this Norm guy who smokes hundreds of cigarettes per day, drinks wayyy too much coffee and Coca Cola… Perhaps it’s all the anxiety that builds up when you study or do too much work.