There is no Upper Deck 1985 rookie card. The only professional collector cards of Michael Jordan in 1985 were STAR cards that were in limited production. There may have been other limited demo cards printed in that year such as the 1985 Nike card, but the card considered to be Michael Jordan's true Rookie card is 84-85 Star card Number 101 and is valued at approximately $2600 in mint ungraded condition. Star only operated in these few years. Fleer came out with a card in 1986 that is also widely accepted as his rookie card. This card is 1986 fleer #57 and is valued at approximately $600 in ungraded mint condition.
Worth of a upper decker #9 Micheal Jordan basketball card
I Think it would be around 10,000
no value of michael jordan's lunch box upper deck
$0.00 because Jordan was not a rookie when he had back to back championships.
since it was made in 1995 and not signed, but is his rookie card, i would say around a buck.
There are quite a few Michael Jordan baseball cards that range in value from $1.-$25.You would have to be more specific to the year, the company and number of the card you are looking for. Here is a list of some (Followed by Book Value)1994 Fun Pack #170 Michael Jordan Rookie card ($18.00)1994 Upper Deck #19 Michael Jordan Rookie card (5.00)1994 Upper Deck Electric Diamond #19 ($12.00)1995 Collector's Choice Gold Signature #500 ($25.00)1995 Upper Deck Steal of a Deal #SD15 ($25.00)1995 Collector's Choice SE #238 ($1.00)
about 150 dollars
About $3.00 dollars.
What is the value of card number 387 1997 upper deck
A 1994 Upper Deck Michael Jordan rookie card number 19 has a book value of about $8.00 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.
A 1994 Upper Deck Michael Jordan rookie baseball card number 19 has a book value of about $8.00 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.
i have 2 halograhm basket ball cards of Micheal Jordan 1991 upper deck
Depends on which cards you're selling. If you had a Michael Jordan rookie, then lots. If you have maybe, a Jordan Farmar card, then you won't have much luck.
5 million dollars