Welcome to Michael Jordan trading cards online. We are the site to find that rare Michael Jordan insert card, Michael Jordan autograph card, Michael Jordan game used jersey card, Michael Jordan Gold card or bargain Michael Jordan rookie card you have always wanted.
We also discuss the hobby of collecting Michael Jordan cards - particularly buying and selling online - in our Michael Jordan Cards Blog. Occasionally we will also look at awesome Michael Jordan cards to collect.
On top of that we provide a free Michael Jordan cards price guide. Here we will list the price you could expect to pay to buy Michael Jordan cards online through sites like eBay. These prices are also the approximate value you could get if you become a Michael Jordan cards dealer and sell Michael Jordan cards online.
A scan over this collector's collection of high end cards - some very nice cards in there, particularly the BGS 9.5 93-94 Michael Jordan Scoring King (there are no BGS 10s of the Michael Jordan Scoring King and only 20 9.5s).
Basketball trading cards are more than just photographs of basketball players in action - they are a record of history. No one player has made a bigger impact on basketball history than Michael Jordan.
Jordan's trading cards have always been sought after collector's items and as time passes by his cards become harder and harder to find in mint condition. A fine addition to any sports fan's memorabilia collection is certainly mint condition Michael Jordan trading cards.
Now inducted into the NBA hall of fame Jordan's cards will continue to climb in value with age and rarity. Now is the time to start building your collection!
The current featured card is the 1986-87 Michael Jordan Rookie Card.
The Michael Jordan rookie card is the most sought after basketball card in history. However it is not as rare as you might think and can very easily become a showpiece in your Jordan cards collection.
The Michael Jordan rookie card comes in at both number one and number two in my top 10 Michael Jordan cards.
Regular readers will know what a big fan I am of classic re-releases of past awesome inserts - the 2011-2012 UD Fleer Retro takes this to a new level! This set brings back some of the most coveted classic Jordan inserts from Fleer and Skybox - only now Michael Jordan (and all other players) are featured in their college teams!
A quick update on what is happening at JordanCards.com - a new design and layout is slowly on the way along with a much improved Michael Jordan Cards Price Guide!
A very rare and unique second variation error 93-94 Michael Jordan Members Only Beam Team has shown up for sale on eBay - and sold for 10 times the average sale price of Jordan 93-94 Beam Teams!
I conducted a roundtable discussion with three very knowledgeable collectors to look at the status of the 1984-85 Star #101 Michael Jordan card.
The question on the table was: “Is the 84-85 Star #101 card Michael Jordan’s true rookie card and why/why not? Why is it that the card is designated an XRC by most collectors?”
A fellow collector sent in a couple of scans of his very unusual pack pulled 1996-97 SP #16 card asking if I had any information about the card's origins. This one stumped not only me but also several other collectors and resulted in varying information from Beckett and Upper Deck...
Will removable markings such as fingerprint and wax will affect your card grade and if so will grading companies clean the card for you?