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(11-11-2012 03:09 PM)buckunteer Wrote: the star rc is considered an XRC. The 86-87 Fleer is his only true basketball rookie. I'd bet a good chunk of change his other "rookies" are baseball. I have a true baseball rc of MJ myself. Would much rather have the basketball one though!
(11-11-2012 03:30 PM)buckunteer Wrote: Curiosity got the better of me. Just searched "Michael Jordan rc" on here. He had four true RCs listed: 86-87 Fleer, 94 Collector's Choice, 94 Upper Deck, and 1994 Fun Pack?? No idea what fun pack is, but it's another baseball rookie apparently.
(11-12-2012 02:25 AM)jonathani Wrote: Here are the cards Beckett says fall into the "RC" definition:
1986-87 Fleer #57
1994 Collector's Choice #661
1994 Fun Pack #170
1994 Upper Deck #19
Technically, they are correct, but people that collect Topps baseball are already familiar with this question. With only one company allowed to produce baseball cards, how can a player have 10+ RCs? Until the definition changes, we will be dealing with this. I like the idea that each company can put out one RC per player. I do not like this "1 RC per set" notion. If a company has 10+ sets under its name and produces 10+ RCs, they become a pain to collect...and not because they are scarce and worth anything.