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    Kobe Bryant RC

    I have the 96-97 EX 2000 RC, I remember a couple of years ago in some publication it was listing that it was worth 10K if it was graded a Gem Mint 10 by PSA. Anyone know what the value is now?? Mine looks like it might be gradeable.

  2. Kronozio
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    If this is just the base rookie card #30. Beckett lists the card at $60 and dropping fast. Kobe Bryant cards are hard to get rid of right now and have lost a tremendous amount of there value.

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    id say go ahead and get it graded. The E-X 2000 set was extremely condition sensitive so if its in very good condition the grading may still help the value of the card. Though Kobe is dropping, if the Lakers win it this year it'll start to go back up.
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    I agree with bdrr.
    go ahead and get it graded... Who knows? if it comes out to be 9 or 9.5, it will bump up the value of the card...
    If it comes out to be 7 or 7.5, just crush the case.
    It's not that hard... I already did for myself twice... :)

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    yeah I think I might go ahead and get it graded, if he gets cleared of the charges and the Lakers end up doing well it should rise back up.

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    if folks are willing to get rid of Kobe rookies

    send me a PM of the cards you don't want

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