The 1983 Topps Traded set containing near/mint condition cards has a book value of about $25.-$30. The key card of the set is the Darryl Strawberry rookie card #108T with a book value of about $20.00 Topps did not seal their traded sets until 1992, and the condition of both the cards, and the box will effect the value. The 1983 Topps Traded set sell for about $10.-$20. on eBay.
o pee chee made the first one and nooo way. the o pee chee is worth about 200 dollars
1985 Topps Roger Clemens Rookie card 181A 1985 Topps Roger Clemens Rookie card #181 has a book value of about $25.00. in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important.Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.It depends on the card:1984 Fleer Update, Card #27:This card is listed as Roger Clemen's only extended rookie card. The card once in line with other notable players in the set, is now responsible for two-thirds of the set's value. This card shows a nice clean shot of Roger Clemens in his Red Sox uniform. It currently books for $225, but beware of counterfeits when trying to add this card to your collection since there have been numerous reports of falsified issues.1985 Fleer, Card #155:There were three main rookie cards of Roger Clemens produced in 1985. These cards were issued by Topps, Donruss and Fleer. Out of the three, the ones issued by Donruss and Fleer are of equal value. They each book for $40. The Fleer card though was not issued in a factory set and thus presents a slightly harder challenge for collectors. Fleer also offers a crisp and clean close up picture of the pitching star, making me tip the scales in favor of this card.1985 Topps Tiffany, Card #181:While the 1985 Topps' Rookie Card of Roger Clemens was widely produced, the Tiffany version was limited in production. Only 5,000 factory sets were produced by Topps, making the Roger Clemens issue a highly sought after card. The card currently books for $150.1993 Finest Refractor, Card #104:In 1993 the Topps Company released its revolutionary "Finest" set. The set ushered in the era of the "super premium" cards. Twelve years have passed since its initial release and the set's refractor subset is still holding its value. The Roger Clemens Finest refractor is priced at $200, making it one of the most valuable within the subset.2001 Donruss Rookie Reprint, Card #RR7:There are various certified autograph cards of Roger Clemens available to collectors, but none like the 2001 Donruss Rookie Reprint issue. This card is a reproduction of Roger's 1985 Rookie Card. The card is limited in production to 85 (in honor of his rookie card year), and it's priced at $120.2005 Diamond Kings Materials Framed Green Bat-Jsy, Card #278:While most of the cards mentioned so far feature Roger in a Boston uniform, this card has him in Yankee pin strips. Limited in production to 25, the card comes with both a piece of a game used bat and a pinstriped jersey. Though newly released, this card can be found selling for $40.2005 Leaf Century Material Fabric Position Jsy, Card #/250:Still, those wishing to add a card to their collection with Roger's current address and uniform, can pick up this relatively inexpensive new issue from Leaf. The card features Clemens with a swatch of his Houston Astro's jersey. Limited to a print run of 250, the card can be found for about $15.These are just a few of the many great Roger Clemens cards that have been produced over the years. While it is harder to get a great deal on cards of current hot stars, bargains can still be found. If a collector is willing to have patience and spend a little time looking, he can find most of these cards selling between 40-60% of their listed values. Places like flea markets, on-line card auctions, and card shows are more likely to offers these cards at reduced prices. It also never hurts to ask how low a seller is willing to go in order to sell you the card you seek. Aside from these higher priced issues, a great deal of more common Roger Clemens card can be found in the $1-$4 range. Remember that the important thing is to enjoy the hobby.
Ichiro Suzuki won both the Rookie of the Year, and the MVP Award in 2001.
They both fought with England for independence. they both share the Rookie mountains. They both have a Constitution.
are you looking 4 current value or retail value. and there were millions of different cards printed within those years so anywhere from nothing to $400-$600 for autographs and jersey cards. buy a Beckett it will tell you. As stated above, the question is not specific enough to give a current value, as there are too many different issues to list. You would need a price guide like Becketts to find this information. I'm going to treat the question as "how much did" (past) instead of how much is"(current), and Cost as the selling price, as value would be current worth. The cost for a pack of cards for both sports, and all of the major companies at the time should be about the same. The major companies were Topps, Upper Deck, Fleer, Donruss, and Score. The Bowman name was also brought back by Topps in 1989, as it was the first year for Upper Deck. Topps at .45 cents per 15 card wax pack in 1989 would put the cost of a card at about .03 cents each. The Topps base set issued in 15 card wax packs sold at a cost as follows. * 1988 Topps Wax Pack - .40 cents * 1989 Topps Wax Pack - .45 cents * 1990 Topps Wax Pack - .50 cents * 1991 Topps Wax Pack - .50 cents * 1992 Topps Wax pack - .55 cents
There technically no Martin Brodeur Upper Deck rookie cards. His true rookie cards are 90-91 Score (both American & Canadian versions).
If you have both then 500
This card is work $150.00 in Beckett's Price Guide. His Rookie in 91 Stadium is $100.00. This card lists higher since it shows him in the Green Bay uniform and not the Atlanta Falcons. The other big factor is the 1992 Topps series, both Stadium and standard sets, were printed very late in 1992 and contained the licensed quarterbacks that were left out of series 1 and 2 of both Stadium and standard. Much shorter print run than the standard 1991 Stadium Club series. A graded PSA10 1992 Topps Stadium Club Brett Favre card has sold online for $1,250.00.
No rookie since the NHL's inception has ever won the Hart Memorial Trophy (The league MVP trophy which was first presented in 1924) in his rookie year.
Don McCafferty (Colts, Super Bowl V) and George Seifert (49ers, XXIV) were rookie head coaches and both won the Super Bowl
Don Newcombe of the Brooklyn Dodgers won Rookie of the Year in 1949 and both the MVP and Cy Young awards in 1956.
Topps and Tiles is a company that exists in England. They are known for many different types of flooring including both inside the house and outside. They offer a design centre and and advice centre. It is also possible to buy countertops and tools at this location.
If you want it's your choice. Ps. It's usually for both genders
Fred Lynn and Ichiro Suzuki.
In the Nascar Cup Series, Kyle Busch won two races as a rookie in 2005. In the 2004 Busch Series, now known as the Nationwide Series, he won five races. Busch won the Rookie of the Year award in both series.
no they get both becuase thse they are trained to use both. But they can get they can get they're gun taken away if they abuse it.
Both Wilt Chamberlain of the 1959-60 Philadelphia Warriors and Wes Unseld of the 1968-69 Baltimore Bullets won the NBA Rookie of the Year and MVP awards in the same season.
1947. The Sporting News named one Rookie of the Year for both leagues in that season. Robinson was named ROY for the entire majors and not just the National League.
1. Fred Lynn in 1975 2. Ichiro Suzuki in 2001 These two players won both MVP and Rookie of the Year in the same season.
Each year, a Rookie of the Year Award is given in both leagues: American League- Evan Longoria, Third Baseman, Tampa Bay Rays National League- Geovany Soto, Catcher, Chicago Cubs
Cal Ripken, Jr. of the Baltimore Orioles won Rookie of the year in 1982. In 1983 he won the AL MVP award as well as the World Series.