Michael Jordan Upper Deck rookie card
Beckett Grading solutions will undoubtedly be growing its portfolio of solutions to include ’83-86 celebrity Company basketball cards starting Dec. 1, 2008.
The move ended up being initiated through a demand through the Schonco Sports range to have BGS grade their stock of celebrity Co. baseball cards before its release onto the market.
BGS would be working hand-in-hand with Star Co. basketball card specialist Steve Taft to authenticate, grade, and slab the collection before its launch. Graded cards will carry a label designating it within the Schonco Sports range stock.
BGS had not previously provided grading solutions with this item as many in the market believed that many existing cards in the marketplace had been counterfeit, or perhaps reprinted, even after their particular original works.
Star Co. had been the unique certified provider of NBA cards in the early 1980s, and their restricted version units function some of the first & most valuable jordan rookie cards offered.
The Schonco Sports Collection cards will include some of these uncommon Jordan cards including many key rarer team sets like 1984 Boston, Dallas, Detroit and Philadelphia. With a higher demand from long-time Star enthusiasts, these cards are expected to go away completely quickly after they become available for sale.
The newest BGS solutions open to people on Dec. 1 will include grading for several un-bagged basketball card singles such as the three mainstream sets, insert sets, subsets, marketing units eg “Gatorade” and “Crunch ‘N Munch, ” and 5×7 oversized cards.
“Best of the Best” and “Magic Johnson” sets is only going to be graded out from the pedigreed Schonco Sports Collection, and community grading of bagged units might be available in the long term.