This card is a 1990 topps Big and is worth 1.25 in new mint condition
regular topps card number 790 about .75 cents his all-star card no. 392 about .40 cents
This card is worth about $1
A person's Topps 1990 Ken Griffey card with a blank face can vary in value. This will depend on the condition of the card and whether or not the card has been counterfeited.
The Topps, Donruss, Fleer, and Score 1989 Griffey cards all currently list at $2.50-$6.00. The most interesting Griffey rookie card is the 1989 Upper Deck card, which lists at $15-$40. Baseball card companies flooded the market in the late '80s and 1989 may have been the worst year of over-production. There are probably still millions of 1989 baseball cards still sealed up in packs. The number of Griffey rookie cards out there is astronomical. Still, the 1989 Upper Deck Griffey is the card of a generation and should retain it's value.
The 1989 topps box set is worth about $12,000 dollars, box sets must have every card in mint condition to be worth anything
Worth less than a dime.
1989 Topps baseball card setThe 1989 Topps baseball card set consists of 792 baseball cards, A complete set in near mint - mint condition is worth about $15.00. A sealed factory set is worth about $25.00. Key Cards in the set include: Card 49 - Craig Biggio RC, Card 382 - John Smoltz RC, and Card 647 - Randy Johnson RC.
1989 Topps Traded setThe 1989 Topps Traded set consists of 132 cards numbered 1T - 132T. Card design is identical to the regular-issue 1989 Topps set except for whiter card stock and T-suffixed numbering on back. A complete set has a book value of about $8.00. A sealed set has a book value of about $12.00. Key cards in the set include: card number 41T - Ken Griffey Jr XRC, card number 57T - Randy Johnson, and card number 106T - Nolan Ryan. Noted rookies include: Ken Griffey Jr., Kenny Rogers, Deion Sanders and Omar Vizquel. See Related Links below for a complete 1989 Topps Traded baseball card set checklist.
15,000 in good condition