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    1986 Fleer Michael Jordan #57 BGS Mint 9. Who better than Michael Jordan to mark a tectonic shift in the sports collectibles hobby? Not since Babe Ruth had a single athlete so completely commanded the public consciousness, stepping beyond the white lines of the playing field to leading roles on Madison Avenue and in Hollywood.

    Here he supplies his high-flying, tongue-wagging technique to a trading card that will likely reign for eternity as the last great "regular issue" model. Today only short-print inserts can challenge the fifty-seventh card of the 1986 Fleer Basketball issue for value. None is more widely coveted. Every subsequent major issue has drowned value and demand in oceans of supply. The Jordan rookie is the end of an era, but many collectors believe the massive value growth of the past several months is just the beginning. Graded BGS Mint 9 with subgrades: Centering 9, Corners 8.5, Edges 9.5, Surface 9.5.


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    October, 2021
    23rd Saturday
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