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    Michael Jordan Fleer Rookie Help - Is It Authentic? What Do You Think the Grade Is?

    Ok, people. I'm layed up off my feet for at least 3 damn weeks. Looking at obtaining this raw Jordan. Looking to get your opinions on both is it a "legit" Jordan Rc and what the grade may be. I have been pretty good in the past at looking at all the clues, but this one has me puzzled. It looks legit, but just is in such good condition feels too good to be true. I know it'd be easier to tell not in the case and of course, even easier in person but this is what I have to go off of for now. It's a friend of a friends and to say I'm a little intrigued is an understatement.


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    That's definitely a fake. The coloring of the name plate and the Fleer logo flag are not like the original. Trust your instincts. If it seems too good to be true, it probably is. I would assume all ungraded 1986 Fleer Jordans are fake, especially if they are in good codition. Why would anyone sell one for a fraction of its value ungraded if they knew it was real?
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    Yes that's a fake. Coloring is off and the centering looks too perfect. Back border is also narrow.

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    Stay away from that scammer. Go for graded only

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