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    What cards to look for?

    Hello all, first post.

    Writing to you all the way from australia. Used to follow basketball and collect cards about 8-9 years ago and have been sorting through cards from 90-95 that i have. Since i havent followed basketball for so long i wondering if anyone could help as to which players, inserts, rookie cards are the ones to be looking for. Also is there a site where i can value my cards for free.
    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks :)

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    hi mate!
    try to get a beckett, but i know thats quite difficult to find in aussie shops(as i can't)...

    in that range, shaq and penny might be valuable, brand depends also

    p.s. i am from sydney, how about you?

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    some good rookies are carmelo anthony
    lebron james chris bosh dwyane wade.
    those are some of the 2003 draft picks

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    How you doin erccc, thanks for the reply

    I am from small town called Mount Isa in NW QLD. No chance of getting a beckett here they stopped selling those when people stopped collecting cards here about 1996. Looking through the cards i have there a few jason kidd RC, grant hill RC, Glenn Robinson RC, penny RC, Chris Webber RC, Eddie Jones RC, Jamal Mashburn RC, few shaq, charles barkly, mj, etc all different brands from fleer, ultra, upper deck, skybox, flair from 91-96.

    Also found some Jordan cards that i forgot i had:

    91-92 Upper deck MVP hologram AW4
    94-95 Flair wearing 45 jersey
    95 Skybox wearing 45 jersey

    Any of these worth anything?

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    your MJ hologram's beckett value is US$5-$12

    some of your rc of Kidd or Penny might got high value

    example of higher value inserts in your collection range (91-96):
    upper deck SE die-cut all star
    ultra scoring kings
    stadium club beam team
    all rookie/defensive team

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