How much is a 1954 Hank Aaron baseball card worth?

How much is a 1954 Hank Aaron baseball card worth?

Hank Aaron 1954 Rookie Card Sells for $170,000 at Auction.

How do you tell if a card is a reprint?

Sometimes, but not always, a reprint has some text such as ‘reprint’ printed on the card to help distinguish it from the authentic card. Reprint cards are sometimes re-created as an entire set, as we have seen with several T206 set reproductions.

How many Hank Aaron rookie cards exist?

The vintage rookie card market is at an all-time high right now, with no slowing down in sight. During his 23 years in baseball, Aaron had 255 different cards produced, with about 100 coming from the Topps Company.

What Hank Aaron cards are worth money?

  1. #128 Hank (Henry) Aaron Rookie Card ($645,000)
  2. 1954 Topps #128 Henry Aaron Rookie Card – PSA MINT 9 ($430,500)
  3. 1954 Topps, Hank Aaron Rookie Card ($357, 594)
  4. 1954 Topps #128 Henry Aaron PSA 9 MINT ($223,443.68)
  5. 1954 Topps #128 Hank Aaron Rookie Card – PSA MINT 9 ($209,100)

How can you tell a fake Hank Aaron rookie?

1. The background of the top of the card –where Aaron’s bio is located–is much whiter/lighter than the real Aaron rookie card. 2. The bottom right box background on the fake has a darker, brighter hue of green on the fake card.

Are Panini cards real?

If you’re opening legitimate packs from Topps or Panini, etc, a real signature will most likely have a comment saying Certified Autograph or something similar. A printed signature on a card wont have that comment; except for reprints of rare/important cards. Check comments for details. Learned a bit, thank you all!

How much is a 1969 Hank Aaron worth?


Grade Most Recent Price POP Higher
MINT 9 $5,200.00 4
NM – MT 8 $685.00 152
NM 7 $264.99 792
EX – MT 6 $275.00 1561

How much is a Hank Aaron signed baseball worth?

A Hank Aaron single signed baseball is worth between $100. -$175.,and about $60.

What is a Mickey Mantle rookie card worth?

The price for this particular rookie card tops the record set in late August when a 2003-04 Upper Deck Exquisite Rookie Patch autograph, graded BGS 9, sold for just over $2 million, according to Sports Collectors Daily. For the second time in three months, a 1952 Topps card of Mantle sold for more than $2 million.