This morning I picked up my newest find on Ebay a 1991-92 Hoops Prototype Metal. It's the second time since last December I have seen one up for auction. The first did not conclude the full auction time, I contacted the seller and found he sold the card to someone offline for only $175. While this is a dangerous way to sell something I can understand why because Ebay charges 8-12% of the overall price sold to use their auction house services. I purchased mine in an auction format for $317, it was a little more than what I wanted to pay but sometimes that happens when looking for a rare card.
This blog contains pictures of my Michael Jordan card collection, I have just re-started this blog experience and am trying to get more Jordan followers. I'm hoping the most interesting part of the blog will be the daily (if my budget allows) maildays that will detail the cards/stickers/etc. that I received on that day. As can be noticed in the first few maildays I have not purchased as many mainstream cards as usual because those cards are so easily available (well most of them) and can be had at any time. In addition to the mailday updates my eBay MJ card price guide is available for free as well. These prices reflect the maximum value and average value for Jordan cards over the last couple years. I collect all of the cards listed in the price guide and many others but only from 1984-1998. If you are interested in buying/selling Jordan cards feel free to email me using the link below. Thanks again and enjoy the blog!