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What is the value of a 1991 Upper Deck Mike Mussina rookie card number 65?


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2008-10-12 19:18:42
2008-10-12 19:18:42

A 1991 Upper Deck Mike Mussina rookie card number 65 has a book value of about $2.00 in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important.

Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly.

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