1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan rookie cards have, in some cases, tripled in the last few years. We have a look at the numbers and a list of the most watched.
An honor for the late Sy Berger this weekend. The info, plus the story of a couple of historic baseball pieces, Max Scherzer’s charity autograph program and more.
A PSA 9 Michael Jordan joins signed items from Chicago icons Walter Payton and Ernie Banks in a giveaway that’s part of PSA’s National promotion plan.
The only BGS 9.5 1984-85 Star Company Michael Jordan rookie card changed hands recently and netted the original buyer a tidy profit.
Readers respond with their own stories after Rich Klein recalls the 1990 story of a kid getting a Nolan Ryan rookie card for $12 instead of $1200.
The NBA has tipped off and a new season of card collecting begins but basketball card history goes back a lot further than the Brooklyn Nets, LeBron and free agent centers.
The bar is raised again on a PSA 10 1956 Topps Mickey Mantle, while iconic rookie cards change hands for sizable investments.
A new Michael Jordan piece involves some photos, his hand, some ink, a little Japanese culture and a Silver Sharpie.
He’s no longer playing, but is that any reason for the 1986-87 Fleer card to trade at its current level?
A Michael Jordan rookie card offered for sale on eBay brought a record-setting high bid.
Michael Jordan Rookie Card STILL a Must-Have He dunks only on video now, but the 1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan rookie card remains a must-have for serious basketball collectors. One high grade example has just sold via eBay.
Upper Deck hauls out the Fleer name again this summer with an off-season hoops product. Mixed in with the rookies who will be drafted this Thursday are more Michael Jordan autographed 1986-87 Fleer rookie cards.
The 1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan rookie cards placed into this year’s basketball product are showing up on eBay..while another lot has Jordan collectors bidding big bucks for a unique lot.
His career ended 4 seasons ago with 32,292 points, 2514 steals, 5633 assists and 6672 rebounds. But next to LeBron James and Kobe Bryant, he’s still the most marketable player in basketball cards. 20 years ago, the first Michael Jordan rookie card hit the market and one card company is toasting it’s kingpin.
Michael Jordan may be retired, but his Fleer rookie card is still popular, especially when a PSA 10 is up for grabs.
Now we know one reason why Upper Deck may have snapped up the Fleer brand name. The Michael Jordan card gold mine.
He’s been retired for awhile now, but Michael Jordan is still the king of hoops…and basketball memorabilia. One website is offering a unique Jordan experience including images of some of MJ’s most valuable and highest graded basketball cards.