The auction was a huge success, the sealed case of 1986 Fleer basketball cards owned by Jeremy Fritsch sold for $1.8 million. The sale equates to around $149,000 per box, or $4,100 per pack.
How many cards are in the 86 87 Fleer Basketball set?
Jason and his dad came at the right time – Jordan rookies have been HOT! Back in July, we shared a story about a full, sealed case of 1986-87 Fleer basketball boxes. The case holds 12 full boxes of cards with 36 packs per box and 12 cards + 1 sticker per pack.
When did 1986 Fleer basketball cards come out?
The foray in 1961 wouldn’t be followed by subsequent products. It wasn’t until 25 years later when the card company would take a stab at basketball cards again with their 1986 Fleer Basketball set, which featured the iconic rookie cards of Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley, to name a few.
What is the most expensive basketball card?
Most Expensive Basketball Card Ever: LeBron James Rookie Card Sells For $5.2 Million.
How much is a rookie Kobe Bryant card worth?
Kobe Bryant mint condition rookie card sells for nearly $1.8 million at auction – CBSSports.com.
What basketball cards from the 90s are worth money?
Most Valuable Cards 1990s: Kobe Bryant
- 1996 Topps Chrome Refractor (Check Price)
- 1996 Finest Gold Refractor (Check Price)
- 1997 Upper Deck Game Jersey Michael Jordan (Check Price)
- 1997 SPx Michael Jordan Die-Cut Autograph (Check Price)
- 1997 Skybox E-X2001 Michael Jordan (Check Price)
How much is a Larry Bird Magic Johnson rookie card worth?
Larry Bird-Magic Johnson Rookie Card Sells for Record Price in Goldin Auction. One of 25 Larry Bird-Magic Johnson rookie cards graded Gem Mint 10 by PSA sold for a record setting $861,000 late Saturday night at Goldin Auctions.
What happened to Fleer baseball cards?
In 1995, Fleer acquired the trading card company SkyBox International and, over Thanksgiving vacation shuttered its Philadelphia plant (where Dubble Bubble had been made for 67 years).
|Type||Private (subsidiary of Upper Deck Company)|
|Founder||Frank H. Fleer|
|Defunct||May 31, 2005|
|Fate||Brand acquired by Upper Deck in 2005|