Monthly Archives: December 2011

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Collector Spotlight: Spinotron


One of the nicest Kobe Bryant collections I have seen comes from Spinotron, who owns some of the rarest and prettiest Kobe cards.  From Logomen, Rubies, Credentials and Precious Metal Gems, he has colorful, rare cards with crystal clear images that will leave you stunned. Check out his new blog/site!

Read what other collectors on Hobby Kings are saying about his terrific collection.


Collector Spotlight: Rare23Air83


Check out the new blog/site from Michael Jordan collector and Hupe Royalty Jordan Edition friend, Jun. His blog spotlights his love for The Windy City’s most famous athlete, with an eye popping gallery of his best cards as well as Jun’s story of his fascination with Michael Jordan cards.


1992 Fleer Total D BGS 9.5


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winning bidder: awaiting feedback


winning bidder: jmutz88


2007 Upper Deck Artifacts 1 of 1 Michael Jordan Sold



A couple of days ago, a Michael Jordan 1 of 1 from 2007 Upper Deck Artifacts sold for over $2,000. I have yet to verify the buyer, but that now makes three one of one Michael Jordan cards that I have seen sold this year.

There is another 1 of 1 currently being offered on ebay that is from 1999 Upper Deck Ultimate Victory Greatest Hits. The BGS 9.5 graded card is currently over $2.5k with about three days left.


RECORD HIGH: 1998 SPx Finite Spectrum /350 UNGRADED


The recent sale of Michael Jordan’s 1998 SPx Finite Spectrum /350 at nearly $450 was easily a new record for this card.  The previous high I noted was a $354 sale in early November.  One possible explanation for the high sale was the condition of the card.  The images provided by the seller show a sharp looking card.  If you consider that these card are notoriously hard to grade because of the black borders, it is possible that a premium was paid on this for its tremendous eye appeal.  I wouldn’t doubt the buyer has plans to get this graded.

You may find other sales for this card that I’ve tracked here.


RECORD HIGH: 1996 Topps Chrome Refractor UNGRADED