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If it doesn't say ROOKIE on the card then it probably is not a rookie card.
Joe Montana rookie card or Walter Payton rookie card.
The "true" rookie card is referring to the card in the 1986 tops set where he appears as a rated rookie but his other rookie card is found in the 1987 tops set
it depends on what type of rookie card it is
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The 1973 Topps Rookie Third Baseman card number 615 that features Ron Cey is not his rookie card. It is Mike Schmidt's rookie card and has a book value of $120.00 in near/mint condition. Ron Cey's rookie card is the 1972 Topps card number 761 -"1972 Rookie Stars"
What is a Rob Blake rookie card worth
The price of a Tim Hardaway rookie card will depend on the brand of card. The Fleer Rookie Sensation card is estimated to be around $34.99.
A rookie card is the players first year of cards, whether or not it is his rookie season. Players may have one or dozens of rookie cards, depending on how highly touted he was as a youngster and in which year his rookie card was issued. In most cases the card does not read "Rookie card" on it, and cannot be identified this way. A "rookie card" is generally applied to a player's first appearance on a baseball card of major card manufacturers like Donruss, Fleer Upper Deck, or Topps. To find out what year a rookie card is for a particular player you will have to check with a price guide. Price guides like Beckett, and Tuff Stuff denoted rookie cards with either a R or RC by the player's name. The notation XRC is used if it was released in an extended or limited set outside of the regular issued set of the major company. Most often once a player was drafted and prior to a player's first major league appearance.
Rookie CardA Rookie Card is a players first year of cards, whether or not it is his rookie season. Players may have one or dozens of rookie cards, depending on how highly touted he was as a youngster and in which year his rookie card was issued.If a card reads Rookie on it, it does not necessarily mean it is a rookie card. A card could have been issued for that player in a earlier set. The only way to know for sure is to check a price guide or checklist. Below is a link for baseball card checklists, that features notations for rookie cards. (RC)