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Jordan Star Mailday!!
03-10-2013, 12:50 AM (This post was last modified: 03-10-2013 12:56 AM by bostonsports1.)
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RE: Jordan Star Mailday!!
(03-09-2013 10:12 PM)nickm1123 Wrote:  +1 haha! Amazing cards! The nice thing is you can probably sell your first copy for more than you paid!

Thanks man, I would gladly sell it to someone on here at breakeven, but might even just hold as an investment piece!
(03-10-2013 12:41 AM)hegotgame1515 Wrote:  Very nice!!!.... i don't have one, i have gone very close to pulling the trigger on one, but me and my brother have a BGS 9.5 Fleer 86-87 together...
And also, i have a BGS "Altered'' that was actaully a BGS 9 with .5 off a BGS 9.5 subs untill i cracked it open and lucked out on an altered, wasn't altered be me, so it must have been already :-(

Even though the Star 84-85 his true XRC, the Fleer 86-87 is just so iconic, i think it's always going to be the most sort after MJ card period.

However....
The star can only ever go up in value, the 86-87 is dropping for now...
I wonder how much a BGS 9.5 Star 84-85 XRC would sell for if one ever got that grade???

Would we see the 1st $1,000,000 MJ card?
I would think so....

A 9.5 star would sell for a ton. It's amazing that only 260 stars have been graded with only 19 9s and 63 8.5s. Part of it could be they have only been graded then for a few years but that is still really low, espečally when compared to the 1986. A 9 recently sold for a bit under 10k, I could see the first 9.5 hit 50-100k

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