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I recently purchased a collection Of sports cards. In the collection I discovered a folder that reads "Quarterback Club Series I" The bottom of the folder has the words "The MINT COLLECTION" (Action Packed) The Folder contains The following In both the common card and the mint card.
1. 1993 Action Packed Quarterback Club #QB1 Troy Aikman
Common card has a value of $2.50 and The Mint card has a Value of $150.00.
2. 1993 Action Packed Quarterback Club #QB6 Jim Harbaugh
Common card has a value of $.75 and The Mint card has a Value of $50.00.
3. 1993 Action Packed Quarterback Club #QB12 Chris Miller
Common card has a value of $.40 and The Mint card has a Value of $25.00.
4. 1993 Action Packed Quarterback Club #QB13 Boomer Esiason
Common card has a value of $.40 and The Mint card has a Value of $25.00.
5. 1993 Action Packed Quarterback Club #QB14 Warren Moon
Common card has a value of $.75 and The Mint card has a Value of $50.00.
6. 1993 Action Packed Quarterback Club #QB16 Mark Rypien
Common card has a value of $.20 and The Mint card has a Value of $12.00.

The cards listed above have a Show a Serial Number of 000/500 on Beckett. However all the cards above have a Serial number of 0000/2500 on the back of them. Beckett shows that the 2500 serial number should have an autograph. The cards I have have no autograph. Anyone have any idea what this set is worth. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Could they be promos maybe? Sorry, I don't know anything about these. Hopefully someone who collects cards from that timeframe hops on and can help you out.
Don't think they are promos. 6 Of them are common cards and the other 6 are all GOLD COLOR copies of the Common cards.
BECKETT is wrong on the numbering. Those are the mint cards and how they were distributed. BV is incredibly high land doesn't reflect the market as these are very easy to find. The other 12 not so much.
Marinocollector
(12-04-2016, 05:22 PM)Marinocollector Wrote: [ -> ]BECKETT is wrong on the numbering. Those are the mint cards and how they were distributed. BV is incredibly high land doesn't reflect the market as these are very easy to find. The other 12 not so much.
Thanks for the info Marinocollector. In Your Opinion, What Do You think The Value Of The Complete Set Is Worth. They Are all in a booklet that hold each of the 12 cards. The Booklet is in a Large yellow Envelope, That has heavy cardboard on each side of the booklet. They also have hard Plastic, Not Top loaders, That come with the set. Each plastic case is about 1/4 inch thick and has Action Packed Engraved on each one. Willing too sell if the offer is right.