This is new. I think I should make this a weekly thing. Updated throughout the week.
December 5 – December 11.
Clyde Drexler 10 Panini HOF Dream Team 18/49
Scottie Pippen 10 Panini HOF Dream Team 8/49 (usa jersey number)
Michael Jordan 97 EX2001 Essential Credential Future /72
Michael Jordan 98 Fleer Playmaker’s Theater /100
Michael Jordan 97 Skbox Metal Platinum Portraits
Michael Jordan 96 Flair Showcase Row 2 Legacy /150
Michael Jordan 98 Ultra Platinum Medallion /99
Michael Jordan 97 Flair Showcase Row 0 /250
Michael Jordan 98 SPx Spectrum /100
Michael Jordan 96 Topps Chrome Refractor
Michael Jordan 98 Hoops Bams /250
Michael Jordan 97 Stadium Club Triumvirate Illuminator BGS 9.5
Michael Jordan 97 Stadium Club Triumvirate Illuminiator
Michael Jordan 95 Finest Refractor
Michael Jordan 94 Finest Refractor
Michael Jordan 96 EX2000 Essential Credential /499
Sold! $2,300 for the most recent Michael Jordan 08 Skybox Metal Precious Metal Gems Green /10.
Here’s how the rest have fared:
08 Skybox Metal Universe PMG Green /10 $600.03 3/24/09
08 Skybox Metal Universe PMG Green /10 $688.00 4/29/09
08 Skybox Metal Universe PMG Green /10 $1,613.88 6/02/10
08 Skybox Metal Universe PMG Green /10 $1,824.99 11/07/10
08 Skybox Metal Universe PMG Green /10 $2,300.00 12/07/10
The guys over at Hobby Kings have an incredible discussion on these cards. Take a look!
Before Chris Paul and Deron Williams and their 20/10 games, before Derrick Rose was dropping 25ppg and Rajon Rondo was diming 14 apg, the league had two explosive point guards who could kill you with their scoring AND their passing. Yet, I don’t think either will make the hall of fame.
Tim Hardaway and Kevin Johnson were both from the Bay Area – Hardaway played for the Warriors and Kevin Johnson went to college at Cal Berkeley. Their games were fresh. Solid point guards, with swag to their games. Of course, they were a notch below Magic Johnson and John Stockton, but man they were fun to watch. They both had killer seasons in 1991. Hardway put up 23.4 points a game and passed out 10 assists. Johnson scored 19.7 ppg and dished 10.7 assists nightly.
From 1988-1990, Johnson was 20/10 every year. Ditto for Hardaway in 1991-1992.
The points guards today are badass. I’m not knocking Paul, Williams, Rose, Rondo, and Russell Westbrook. I just want to acknowledge a pair of my favorite players, who were doing it a few generations before them.
Kevin Johnson 97 SP Authentic Sign of the Times $41.00 12/06/10
Tim Hardaway 97 SP Authentic Sign of the Times $20.00 11/23/10
This set is 11 years old and includes some big name signatures as well as a nice design. I recently saw the Tim Duncan for the first time ever, and it drove me to make this post. I haven’t really tracked the autograph sales for the cards, so this is post is more or less a gallery of the images that I’ve saved. If I see any sales, I’ll them them to this post.
Click here to see completed auctions for “lone star over $5″
Marcus Camby 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature
Gary Payton 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature $48.99 2/26/11 350443036366
Paul Pierce 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature $35.00 12/05/10
Paul Pierce 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature $24.52 2/23/11 400196001553
Steve Francis 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature
Tracy McGrady 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature
Tim Duncan 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature $356.51 10/24/10
Elton Brand 99 Stadium Club Lone Star Signature
98 SPx Finite Spectrum /350 $123.50 4/08/09
98 SPx Finite Spectrum /350 $82.00 6/20/09
98 SPx Finite Spectrum /350 $102.50 4/26/10
98 SPx Finite Spectrum /350 $128.06 10/10/10
98 SPx Finite Spectrum /350 $307.50 12/01/10
This recently hit a record high price sold! The card was purchased from
Burbank Sports eBay. I think it was purchased as a Buy It Now price, and not thru auction. In any event, it was sold for over twice as much as any other time I had previously tracked it.