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- You can actually find this card in three different forms, all having to do with variations of the reverse side.
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But, they do help create a card with strong eye appeal and go great alongside the Kansas City Royals baby blue uniform colors of the day. The Leaf and Donruss versions of these cards look exactly the same except for the Leaf logo in the upper left corner. The two-sport star dominated the football scene at Auburn and eventually won the Heisman Trophy.
Bo Jackson Man Myth Legend facsimile auto 1/1000 Auburn University Memphis Chicks Kansas City Royals Mint
Growing up collecting these as a kid, the 1990 Donruss baseball cards were some of my favorites of the era. Another easily recognizable set, the 1987 Topps baseball cards featured woodgrain borders much like those of Topps cards back in 1962. After you read through this list, you might be shocked at how much some Bo Jackson baseball cards are worth…
BO JACKSON 1990 DONRUSS ALL-STAR #650 TRIPLE ERROR RECENT MAJOR / NO DOT (.) &TM
PSA 10 examples of the Donruss card are worth about $50 or so making the leaf version worth about three times as much in top grade. But, we later learned just how good he was on the baseball field, too, as he starred primarily as a member of the Kansas City Royals. Most of these were printed with gold lettering on the "Highlights" logo on the front but some sets made it into circulation with white lettering. There were both a gold and silver version of this card printed but judging by PSA’s population report, one is not really more scarce than the other. This was Jackson‘s first professional baseball team after he declined to play in the NFL. First on our list is Bo Jackson‘s 1986 Topps Traded rookie card.
Some collectors never liked the red design but I have always been a fan… That ability to play both sports at the highest level is Bo Jackson’s biggest legacy. The blue borders on this card are extremely susceptible to showing wear and tear. I think it’s a great-looking card overall because of its design layout and great photograph of Jackson warming up.
The 1991 Topps Desert Shield set is one of the greatest sets of the modern era, in my opinion. The 1986 Topps design is unique and this is just a great looking card overall is a set that also included Barry Bonds and Jose Canseco. The popularity of the 1986 Topps set has risen in recent years which has also boosted the value of Jackson’s card.