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4: 2003-04 Upper Deck Michael Jordan Die Cut All Star Buy Back Autograph
As I discussed earlier I am a huge fan of the Upper Deck Die Cut All Stars. Upper Deck bought some of the 2003-04 All Stars back from the secondary market, sent them to Jordan to personally sign, then placed the ability to own one straight into packs! An on-card auto on an already awesome card! You might be interested also in my blog post about Michael Jordan Buy Back Autograph Cards.
3: 1984-85 Star Michael Jordan XRC
Not widely considered his rookie card even though it preceeded the 86-87 Fleer RC by two years (read up on why the 84 Star card isn’t considered Jordan’s rookie in my earlier blog post) the 1984-85 is still an excellent addition to your collection. Now that grading companies are able to grade this card more commonly it is also building up in demand and availability.
2: 1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan Rookie Card
Not much needs to be said about this card – it is the holy grail of Michael Jordan cards. A nicely graded copy is needed for all serious Jordan card collections. I also have a blog post on buying a Michael Jordan rookie card online that may interest you.
1: 1986-87 Fleer Michael Jordan Rookie Card Buy Back Autograph
The only card that can beat the Jordan rookie as a must-have card… is a Jordan rookie that Michael Jordan himself held and signed! Upper Deck bought 23 of these from the secondary market and made them available through pack purchases. Spectacular! I just wish they’d been a little more careful about the quality of some of the Jordan RCs they purchased. You might be interested also in my blog post about Michael Jordan Buy Back Autograph Cards.
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