You’ll need these details:
- Enter the year. Look at the back for the copyright date.
- Enter the name of the card.
- Enter the words marvel card.
For example 1990 Silver Surfer marvel card
Looking up Marvel Card Values
Step 1 – Enter the copyright year, printed in small text on the back of the card. In this example “1990”.
Step 2 – Enter the name of the card, in this example “Silver Surfer”.
Step 3 – Enter the phrase “marvel card”… because that’s what it is! Click enter.
The “worth” is the average price of the search results. If you get too many search results not like yours, make sure to refine your results by entering more card details, or use the checkboxes to pick a few cards just like yours. This gives you a much more accurate estimate of what your Marvel card is worth.
6 thoughts on “Marvel Card Values”
1990 Marvel Universe Misprint Card
The Thing VS The Hulk # 87
( should be # 88 )
Hmm… hard to find an example of this misprint card… must be sorta rare. I did find one card that sold recently and a handful that are currently for sale here: https://mavin.io/search?q=1990+Marvel+Thing+Hulk+88&bt=forSale But I didn’t find any listed as a misprint. Might be worth sending in to get graded/authenticated. I’m not too sure what the market is for these type of misprint cards.
what is the most valuable card out of all them?
The sketch cards tend to be worth the most money. They are hand drawn art signed by the Marvel artist. For example… check out the prices people pay for the sketch cards.
How can I find the value of complete sets of cards without researching them one by one ?
You can look up what a complete set of Marvel cards is worth… just search like this “2011 Marvel Beginnings Series 1 Set“. You might have to play around with the search… start with fewer details to search more broadly, then add more details to narrow it down. Good luck!