10 Most Valuable 1992 Topps Basketball Cards

Unopened Box of 1992 Topps Basketball Cards

Marking the company’s re-entry to the hobby, the 1992 Topps basketball card set was a sight for sore eyes for basketball card collectors.

Not since 1981 had Topps been in the basketball card business, often believing there wasn’t enough demand.

Thanks to Michael Jordan’s extreme popularity and the hype surrounding a couple of key rookies, that all changed in 1992…

Not to mention, the “Dream Team” had just finished off a historically dominant performance during the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.

Basketball was as hot as ever and Topps was ready to capitalize.

And in this guide, we look at the ten most valuable from their 1992 set.

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1952 Topps Willie Mays: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

1952 Topps #261 Willie Mays Baseball Card

When it comes to my favorite vintage baseball cards, the 1952 Topps Willie Mays is high on that list for two reasons:

  1. The set itself is regarded as the most important post-war set in the hobby
  2. Willie Mays is arguably the greatest baseball player of all-time

Baseball cards don’t get much better than this one…

And, in this guide, we’ll look at what makes it so unique, how much it’s worth, and how to best go about buying and selling one.

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15 Most Valuable 1984 Topps Football Cards

Most Valuable 1984 Topps Football Cards

Other than the bright colors and great photography within its checklist, there is one thing about the 1984 Topps football card set that is instantly noticeable...

the cards are titled downwards and to the right.

Oh, and the set happens to be loaded with significant rookie cards.

While Hall of Fame quarterbacks John Elway and Dan Marino are the two most desirable, you'll also find Eric Dickerson, Howie Long, Rickey Jackson, and Darrell Green making their cardboard debuts in this set.

And those are just some of the essential rookie cards within this iconic set.

Because of all that incredible star power, this set remains one of the most popular in the hobby.

And in this guide, I'll run through the fifteen most valuable in the set.

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15 Most Valuable 1987 Fleer Baseball Cards

Unopened Box of 1987 Fleer Baseball Cards

Whether you love them or hate them, there is one thing I think we can all agree on when it comes to 1987 Fleer baseball cards:

Those two-tone blue borders are instantly recognizable…

You could hide the player images, names, team affiliations, etc. and leave nothing showing but the borders and still be able to identify this set.

And, I think that counts for something.

While most of these cards’ values have suffered over time due to massive printing and market saturation, some are still worth a respectable amount.

And, in this guide, I’ll go through the fifteen most valuable.

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