Which is the official Barry Bonds rookie card?

Rookie Card - A players first year of cards, whether or not it is his rookie season. Players may have one or dozens of rookie cards, depending on how highly touted he was as a youngster and in which year his rookie card was issued. Each card company has it's own official rookie card issued for the player. There are 16 different variations of Bonds rookie cards. The value listed represents an un-graded card in mint condition, but expect its true selling value to be slightly under the listed price. * 1986 Topps Traded $40 * 1986 Topps Traded Tiffany (rare) $700 * 1986 Donruss "The Rookies" $40 * 1986 Fleer Update $50 * 1986 Sportflics Rookies $20 * 1987 Topps $12 * 1987 Topps Tiffany (rare) $60 * 1987 Topps Glossy $15 * 1987 Donruss $15 * 1987 Donruss Leaf variation $15 * 1987 Classic Yellow $20 * 1987 Classic Yellow (green back) $25 * 1987 Fleer Hottest Stars $50 * 1987 Fleer $60 * 1987 Fleer Glossy $80 * 1987 Toys R' Us Rookies $25 Traded Set - A set of cards, usually factory packaged, that features players who switched teams during the season, as well as those who made their debuts. Topps, who started this trend in 1981, is most well known for traded sets. Other companies also produce traded sets, although they refer to them by different names such as "Update" (Fleer) and "Rookie/Traded" (Score) sets.