anything basketball isn't a real sport
Dude just sell it its worth a lot
Wilt Chamberlain was awarded rookie of the year in 1959-1960 season. However, his rookie card released a year later in 1961 from Fleer. The common flaws which affect the value of any sports cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly. According to the eBay listings, Wilt Chamberlain 1961 Fleer Rookie #8 ** SGC 40 ** Basketball Legend was sold for $474.99, 1961-62 FLEER WILT CHAMBERLAIN ROOKIE CARD (#8) SGC 80 (EX/NM) 6 for $895.00, 1961 Fleer Basketball #8 Wilt Chamberlain Rookie Card BVG 4.5 for $569.99, 1961 Fleer Basketball Wilt Chamberlain ROOKIE RC #8 PSA 7 NRMT (PWCC) for $1,300.00 and so on…
if its the one from the Philadelphia its worth $650
if its actually from 1960 its worth a lot i couldnt begin to estimate but i would hold on to that for a while because the value is only going to rise
it costs 10 thousand dollars
He didn't have any cards in 1962 nor was Upper Deck around until 1989
Depends if your talking about the #8 or the #47 card. Both are rookies, the #47 card happens to be an in action rookie and both could fetch around the price of 4-800 in an auction, possibly more.
A 1969 Archie Clark Topps Basketball Card, which is his rookie card, is worth anywhere from $2 to $7.50. the final price depends on the condition of the card.
Ebay, a card show or a card store.
the card is worth $20,000. I have a autographed Michael Jordan basketball card