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What is the value of a Barry Bonds rookie baseball card?

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the 1987 Topps Barry Bonds rookie card is worth about $20

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1986 Topps Traded Barry Bonds Rookie Card number 11TBarry Bonds first card was released in 1986 and would reflect the 1985 season stats on the back A 1986 Topps Traded Barry Bonds Rookie Card number 11T has a book value of about $15.00 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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== == There are different variations of errors on baseball cards. Some more desirable than others. Errors such as mistakes made on information on the card will only be worth more money if the mistake was corrected, and the card that was printed in the fewest quantity would be worth the most. Not necessary the card with the error.Other errors are made during the printing process. "Flopped" negative image, Wrong back, Blank back, printed half off center, or combined with another player to name a few examples. Wrong back errors are more common than the demand for them keeping the value down. Barry Bonds cards with wrong back errors (Barry on the front) sell for about $5.-$15. depending on the original value of the card, as a Barry Bonds Rookie card with this error will have a higher value. A Spike Owens card with Barry Bonds on the back would have less value. If Barry bonds was on the front of the card it would have a higher value.


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