There technically no Martin Brodeur Upper Deck rookie cards. His true rookie cards are 90-91 Score (both American & Canadian versions).
A typical Brodeur Rookie card is usually sold for 15 but can be bought for usually 10 after you talk someone down. If it is graded 10 in perfect shape it's worth around 70. The one that is half french is worth about 20.
Assuming you have LEGITIMATE authenticity with it anywhere from $30-$90 depending on who issues the authenticity and what kind of condition the puck is in.
Gretzky has only ever signed one rookie card of his....and he kept it. $4.00 US
value for patrick roy rookie card signed
1$ no joke...
about 120 to150 dollars
Book Value in Mint is $200, but the signature would increase that value.
well it depends on what card it is and in what condition it is in and to find out look it up in bekket hockey
About $25 depending on condition as always.
7000 dollors if he signed it his rookie year.
a Big Ben Rookie card is worth around about maybe $100.... i think..... but definatly if it is signed.
about 9000 dollars.... approximately
You can get up to 5,000 or more
about 3000 but wait about 7 more year all of them will be the HF and it will worth about 4 times as much
Rookie card: 1979 Topps Wayne Gretzky Rookie (#18) PSA Graded MINT 9 is valued at a minimum of $425 unsigned. Signed, it speculatively would add no more than an additional $250 at current market prices. Based upon the frequency of items signed by Gretzky and the fact he is still alive, only means the value will not rise for some time, even on a card in perfect condition.
You can pick one up for under 5 dollars.
First of all it doesn't actually matter...When you have a ROOKIE Card signed it defaces the mint value and drops the price of the card..then raises it for the signature value. For example if Gretky's rookie is worth 1000.00 mint but near mint is 200.00 then you would loose eight hundred dollars in value and then raise it b$50-100 dollars for the signature. So it is much smarter to get a second or third year card signed that has a much less value like $50 mint and 30 near mint because the card will be worth $130 signed.
A Jerry Rice Rookie Card in perfect condition is worth $3000 that's when it is a 10. Getting it signed can actually lower the value because when someone buys the card there now only buying the autograph. Its the same as having a picture or a football with his autograph on it that's not his rookie card they would be worth the same. Lets say his autograph is worth $500 that rookie card that was $3000 is now only worth $500 people are buying the autograph not the card.
since it was made in 1995 and not signed, but is his rookie card, i would say around a buck.