Like the sets that preceded them, 1992 Upper Deck baseball cards delivered a fantastic checklist with premium imagery and design elements that boosted the overall collector experience.
They also included some fantastic autographed chase cards to make things even more exciting.
Upper Deck did an excellent job of highlighting some of the game’s greatest players of the day with great base cards, several different subsets, and entertaining insert cards.
Sadly, while many in the set don’t have any value these days, there are still some that can be worth a respectable amount in high grade.
And in this guide, I’ll run through the ten most valuable.
Let’s jump right in!