Posted on December 5, 2013 – 7:56 am | Author: Susan Lulgjuraj
Basketball, Beckett Updates, News Categories | 2012-13 Exquisite Collection Basketball, Michael Jordan, Upper Deck | Comments (14)
By Susan Lulgjuraj | Beckett Basketball Editor
The Michael Jordan 16-autograph card was pulled from 2012-13 Exquisite Collection Basketball on Wednesday night.
The Jordan was the final of 16x autograph cards to surface. It was pulled by Dan’s Sports Cards on Breakers.tv.
The Jordan card features MJ’s signature 16 times, all with a different picture of him. That’s 16 Michael Jordan autographs on one card.
The LeBron James 16x autograph was pulled on the first day of Exquisite’s release and immediately put on eBay. The auction finished at $7,500.
Currently, two 16-autograph cards with many NBA greats (and no duplicate autographs) are on eBay here and here.
If the Jordan ends up on eBay, how much do you think it would sell for?
16X autographs: What do you think?
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I don’t get it
As we had talked about on the show with the lebron, isnt this a little over done? Like really? 16 autos of a star player on one card? Wouldnt we rather have 15 more autographs of that player in the product, especially a guy like MJ.
Ryan, I think your point is what makes the card that much more valuable and sought after. It’s hard enough to pull one Jordan let alone 16 at once. Sweet card!
i think it will end at $10,275
This is honestly one of the dumbest ideas ever for a card. Really, what’s the draw? Why in the world would more of the same be better? I mean, I like a slice of pumpkin pie every once in while, but eating the entire pie at once is ridiculous.
I don’t collect Basketball but saw a Jordan Hot pack of Exquisite pulled on Liveboxbreaks.net and would rather have that than this. It’s ugly and it’s overkill.
If it’s like most big pulls the last couple years whatever it ends for will not be the true price because it won’t get paid for the first time.
Brian Gray should but this and use it to create 16 Jordan cut auto cards in one of his products
All I can say ITs A MONSTER HiT!!!!!! And this will go 100K , alot of Rich People who collects out there..
Hey guys! I was the lucky winner of this card last night at Dan’s Breakers.tv Wednesday show. I’m still shaking.
Congratzzzz Brotherrrr…You BReak alo5 and It Paid Offfff Monster!!!! gratz again!! :-)
Kind of makes it look like he was at UNC for 16 years! LOL
I think most collectors would prefer to see 16 individual cards with Jordan autographs, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see this card hit between $10k-12k.
It’s fun to compare the variation in his consecutive signatures in one sitting.
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