Here are a few pics of what I guess is the better of the albums. The penny black is not in very good condition, the reds and blues are in a better state. Also a page that looks like they were cut off parcels. Any idea on what I should put as a starting price for selling this?
Unless those to pay labels have certain watermarks (varies by value), a buyer will assume the cheapest value. Multiplication, also, is not something many people like. Blocks are better than multiple singles. The cut-outs have gone out of fashion and are unlikely to add value for most collectors. The Penny Black has very limited value. As you state it is in poor condition. The penny reds, likely, carry most of the value as they are of interest to a wide range of collectors. But do not expect to get much unless you can identify any rare items in good condition. Otherwise, you get them in packets for a quid. The two pence blues have one 1841 and further later stamps. The 1841 stamp is in bad condition. The remainder is nice for a starter collection, but again has much duplication. On a very good day, you might get a couple of tenners, but I do not expect it will be more than that couple and likely less. I shall leave it to experienced sellers to guide you on what would be a good starting price.