A 1996 Collector's Choice Barry Bonds card number 409 has a book value of about .50 cents in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more money than a non-graded card in the same condition. 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
Andruw Jones, Jim Thome, Derek Lee, Barry Bonds
The listed weight on the Barry Bonds Topps Traded card number 11T is 185
Barry Bonds's birth name is Barry Lamar Bonds.
Barry Bonds hit career home run number 762 on August 5, 2007.
It is unclear the name of Barry Bonds mother. However, the father of Barry Bonds was a famous baseball player that shared his name, Barry Bonds Sr.
Barry Bonds is left handed
Barry Lamar Bonds
Value is effected by supply and demand. When the number of cards available on the market is higher than the number of collectors in the market for the card, the value goes down. When the number of collectors is higher than the number of cards on the market the value will rise. When a ballplayer retires there is not much of a change in the demand for a card that was not there already. When a ballplayer breaks a record there is a sudden demand for a card as collectors want to invest in a card in anticipation of the value going up. This rush for the card temporarily inflates the value. Now cards that were sitting in collections, or in dealer stocks are released into the market to satisfy the sudden demand. In most cases especially with the newer cards (1980's and up) after this demand is met the value will lower again as the demand dies down. In the case of Barry Bonds the future value of the card will rely more on the effect of his steroid use on the number of collectors that will be looking to buy a Barry Bonds card. There is a set amount of 1986 cards made. If in the future as more collectors join the market, and the amount of Barry Bonds collectors grow then the card will have more value. Breaking a record only effects short term value. Supply and demand will always have the final say.
Barry Bonds last career home run number 762, was hit on September 9, 2007.