Hi all, I have a 1928 Donald Bradman Hoadley's Chocolates card. Someone told me that it could fetch anywhere between $1000 - $2000 depending on condition. I know one sold on ebay for around $1,100 (it seems the sold listing was removed as I can't find it now). I've attached a photo of the card. As you will see, there is a stain on the back of the card. The rest of the card, although I'm certainly no expert, looks to me like it's in pretty good condition - the edges and corners are sharp and there are no creases. Would someone please provide a realistic ball park figure of what $value I should place on the card. There is one thing to take into account - I'm clearing a deceased estate in Melbourne and have been selling all items cash on pickup only. I know that will greatly limit my buyer base, but I will not post the card (or any other cards or items I sell) - so any potential buyer would need to pickup only. So, apart from $value, are there enough potential buyers in Melbourne to list the card for sale on this site? I don't do ebay, but have successfully been selling other cards and items on facebook marketplace prior to joining this site. Please refer to attached photos for condition of card. Thanks.