One thing is instantly noticeable about the 1993 Upper Deck baseball card set:
the imagery and design of these cards are impeccable.
Upper Deck continued to set the bar when it came to innovative hobby design standards and image quality, doing whatever it could to win collector favor from Topps, Donruss, and Fleer.
While many in the checklist have seen their values diminish due to massive print runs and market saturation, some can still be worth a respectable amount in top condition.
And in this guide, I’ll run through the eleven most valuable.
Let’s jump right in!