The .cards domain names are now available and present a fantastic opportunity for those owning or contemplating a trading cards website.
A BGS 9.5 Michael Jordan Beam Team Members Only Gold Stamp error card shows up along with the Patrick Ewing version.
The all new 2013-14 Fleer Retro inserts with Michael Jordan retro Scoring Kings, Power in the Key, PMGs, Team Leader and more.
A guide to the top 10 Michael Jordan inserts from the late 1990's.
After many months of work in my spare time I am finally pleased to release the completely revamped JordanCards.com!
This post is just a quick update for regular readers of JordanCards.com regarding the website. Some have noticed I have been away from regular updates and responses to emails so I thought it best to publish a notice.
Regular readers will know that I hadn't intended to make any further updates to JordanCards.com until I completed the complete revamp which I've had slowly underway for sometime. (Apologies for the delay - I promise it is incoming!)
Regular readers will know what a big fan I am of classic re-releases of past awesome inserts. The 11-12 UD Fleer Retro takes this to a new level! This set brings back some of the most coveted classic Jordan inserts from Fleer and Skybox - only now Michael Jordan (and all other players) are featured in their college teams!
A very rare and unique second variation error 93-94 Michael Jordan Members Only Beam Team has shown up for sale on eBay - and sold for 10 times the average sale price of Jordan 93-94 Beam Teams!
I conducted a roundtable discussion with three very knowledgeable collectors to look at the status of the 1984-85 Star #101 Michael Jordan card. The question on the table was: “Is the 84-85 Star #101 card Michael Jordan’s true rookie card and why/why not? Why is it that the card is designated an XRC by most collectors?”
A fellow collector sent in a couple of scans of his very unusual pack pulled 1996-97 SP #16 card asking if I had any information about the card's origins. This one stumped not only me but also several other collectors and resulted in varying information from Beckett and Upper Deck.
Will removable markings such as fingerprint and wax will affect your card grade and if so will grading companies clean the card for you?
I've been talking to reader Chip Leakas of Newport, RI about a Hoops Metal card he had after receiving it directly from the manufacturer back in 1991. Chip shares his very interesting story in this post and is also offering the card for sale right now!
This post continues on from part one of my parallel series looking at Michael Jordan Refractors - we will look at the confusing 1995-96 Michael Jordan Refractor cards available from both Topps Finest and Topps.
Chat with Michael Jordan cards eBay dealer and collector Keith of KB’s Sports Cards & Collectibles (sprinkfit)
I chatted to dealer and collector of Michael Jordan memorabilia Keith from KB's Sports Cards & Collectibles (eBay id sprinkfit) about his collection and thoughts regarding the Jordan marketplace at the moment.
Interview with eBay seller and avid Jordan collector Jun Kim (rare23air83) discussing the sky-high sales prices we are seeing
Following on from my post in August discussing some of the ideas around explaining the explosion of sales prices of Michael Jordan cards I chatted with eBay seller and Jordan cards collector Jun Kim (rare23air83). Jun share with us his insights into the topic.
High end Michael Jordan cards collector Nat Turner has alerted the collecting community to his 98-99 Michael Jordan Fleer Tradition Playmaker's Theater BGS 9 (worth around $3200) showing up for sale on eBay.
Right now we are seeing the values of Michael Jordan cards soaring as high as Jordan would dunking over Patrick Ewing or Dikembe Mutombo back in the day! This post will look at the recent trends is values and some of the theories around as to why we are seeing such a jump.
Recently I was able to pick up what I think is a gem of a Star Co produced team bagged set... for less than $20! This is the 1990-91 Silver Season Equal set - read on to learn more about this team bag and why I think it is somewhat of an unnappreciated gem.
Looking at the often confused set of Michael Jordan refractors available from the 1997-98 Topps Finest Series of Michael Jordan refractors.