15 Most Valuable 1964 Topps Baseball Cards

Most Valuable 1964 Topps Baseball Cards

One of the more overlooked and often underrated sets of the vintage era, the 1964 Topps baseball card set packed plenty of star power and lots of color.

And the enormous team names across the top make its design instantly recognizable...

The size of the team names, though, is precisely the thing that leads to mixed opinions on this set as some feel it distracts from the fantastic player images.

Regardless, it still delivers a great checklist and it's a fun set to collect.

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

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1991 Fleer Michael Jordan: The Ultimate Collector’s Guide

1991 Fleer Michael Jordan Basketball Card Collectors Guide

Of all his cards ever produced, the 1991 Fleer Michael Jordan basketball card remains a personal favorite of mine.

Just look at the overall eye appeal of this card and you'll see what I mean...

Those deep blue borders with the NBA logo embedded in them were a creative step forward at the time.

And the image of Jordan ripping down a rebound with teammate Horace Grant looking on injects the card with excitement.

Typically I prefer a Jordan card with a shot of him dunking but this one gets a pass...

The 1991 Fleer set itself may not be worth much these days because of the massive print volumes but you may be surprised at how much the Jordan card can be worth.

In this guide, I cover everything you need to know about this explosive card.

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10 Most Valuable 1984 Topps Baseball Cards

Unopened Box of 1984 Topps Baseball CardsWhen I think of 1984 Topps baseball cards, two thoughts instantly come to mind:

the Don Mattingly rookie card and the team names in huge block letters that run down the sides of the cards.

True, Mattingly may not be a Hall of Famer, but he’s a hobby icon and that card remains high on many collectors’ want lists.

And those block letter team names combined with the dual imagery on the front make this set’s design truly unique.

Even though production numbers were high, it’s still not considered to be part of the junk wax era that defined the hobby later that decade.

There’s just so much to love about this set and in this guide, I’ll take a look at the ten most valuable.

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10 Most Valuable 1988 Score Baseball Cards

Unopened Full Box of 1988 Score Baseball Cards

Many are quick to dismiss 1988 Score baseball cards as just another mass-produced set from the junk era.

But, this set packs a ton of nostalgic value…

First, I’ve always loved the design and thought Score’s idea of including six different border color options was quite creative.

Second, the action shots are fantastic and perfectly capture some of the great stars and Hall of Famers of the era.

Third, there are even a few Hall of Fame rookie cards, which is always a bonus.

But, while the nostalgic value is high, the monetary value is pretty low.

However, you might be surprised that some can still be worth a respectable amount.

And in this guide, I’ll run through the ten most valuable.

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