How much are Dan Marino football cards worth?

How much are Dan Marino football cards worth?

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Item Quantity Price
1991 Upper Deck #83 Dan Marino TC 408 $0.60
1989 Topps #290 Dolphins Team/Dan Marino High and Far 51 $2.00
1991 Upper Deck #450 Steve DeBerg/Dan Marino/Team MVP CL 453-473 294 $1.60
1991 Pro Set #25 Dan Marino ML/7th 3000 yard season 186 $0.63

What is the most expensive Dan Marino card?

Of all the Marino cards out there, the 1984 Topps card #123 is the only recognized rookie card of his. Some hardcore Marino collectors also like the 1984 Topps Sticker as well as the Police issue card. However, the most sought after card (and most expensive) is the 1984 Topps Dan Marino rookie card.

How much is a 1984 Topps football card set worth?

1984 Topps Howie Long Rookie Card (#111) Long’s rookie card in the 1984 Topps set sells for around $20 in PSA 9 condition.

What are the most valuable football cards?

The Most Expensive Football Cards of All Time

  • 2017 Panini Flawless Patrick Mahomes Rookie Card #4.
  • 1957 Topps Bart Starr Rookie Card #119.
  • 1965 Topps Joe Namath Rookie Card #122.
  • 2000 Bowman Chrome Tom Brady Rookie Card #236.
  • 1976 Topps Walter Payton Rookie Card #148.
  • 1935 National Chicle Bronko Nagurski Rookie Card #34.

How much is a rookie Dan Marino card worth?

Dan Marino Rookie Cards

Item Title ▼ Price
DAN MARINO 1984 TOPPS #123 ROOKIE CARD MIAMI DOLPHINS HOF VERY GOOD *3471 $24.99
DAN MARINO 1984 TOPPS #123 ROOKIE CARD RC NM-MINT PSA 8 MIAMI DOLPHINS NFL HOF $150.00
Dan Marino 1984 Topps ERROR MISCUT ROOKIE Card #123, MINT (BIGJ’S) Dolphins $29.19

How much is a Terry Bradshaw rookie card worth?

Terry Bradshaw Rookie Cards

Item Title ▼ Price
1971 terry bradshaw rookie card $400.00
1971 terry bradshaw rookie card $175.00
1971 Topps Football #156 Terry Bradshaw Rookie card PSA 2 Good! Steelers! $149.99
1971 Topps Football #156 Terry Bradshaw Rookie Card RC Graded BVG NM MINT 7.5 $999.95

How much is a Howie Long football card worth?

Howie Long Football Trading Card Values

1984 Topps #111 Howie Long $2.29
1990 Topps #284 Howie Long $0.26
1990 Topps Tiffany #284 Howie Long $1.78
1991 Bowman #237 Howie Long $0.34
1991 Fleer #111 Howie Long $0.34

What is a Joe Montana rookie card worth?

How Much Is Montana’s Rookie Card Worth? Joe Montana’s official rookie card is his 1981 Topps #216 card. A perfect gem-mint copy of the card (PSA or SGC 10) is worth on average between $40,000 to $50,000.

How do I know if my football cards are worth money?

The condition of your football cards is a major factor in determining their worth. The most accurate way to assess the condition is to mail cards to a professional grading service who can best assess them.

Are Mark McGwire cards worth any money?

But in terms of modern cards it was way up there alongside the 1989 Upper Deck Ken Griffey Jr. rookie card. McGwire was one of the most popular players playing for one of the most powerful teams in baseball. They aren’t worth as much as they used to be, but in top condition they can still go for hundreds of dollars.

Where can I get a Dan Marino card?

If you have a Dan Marino football card you would like us to take a look please email us a couple of photos of the card (back and front) to [email protected] The Dan Marino rookie card and football cards are not priced high for a variety of reasons.

How big is a 1988 Dan Marino football card?

The 1988 Topps Football set holds 396 standard-sized cards divided into segments by team. Each card measures 2-1/2” wide by 3-1/2” tall. A full color-on-field photo of the player adorns the center of the card front with a team helmet, the player’s name and position printed near the bottom.

When did the Dan Marino rookie card come out?

He would never find himself in another Super Bowl game, but this card still remains a top rookie card and one of the best overall Dan Marino cards. In 1985 Topps, Dan Marino was included in the black-bordered design that has seen a greater appreciation over the years.

What was the year Dan Marino played for Topps?

1986 Topps Dan Marino #45. 1984, 1985, and 1986 show that the Topps design was anything but stale during this period of card production. Diagonal green and white make for a distracting card, but that has not deterred collectors. If you prefer a more conventional look, card #44 is a team card, headlined by Marino.