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How much is a Deion Sanders baseball card worth?

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According to card collecting experts at Check Out My Collectibles (COMC), Deion Sanders baseball cards in near mint to mint condition range in value from $.48 to as much as $235. More than 300 cards of the two-sport star were issued from 1989 to 2014.

The most treasured is the rare 2005 Donruss Diamond Kings autograph, while the 1998 Donruss Crusade issue of the Reds star, sell for less or sometimes more. Other valuable cards include professionally-graded 1989 Topps Traded and Fleer Update sets, which are valued at anywhere from $20 to $90, depending on condition. As many as half of the Sanders' baseball cards produced are commonly found on the market and are readily available for less than $1.

Sources:

  1. comc.com
  2. comc.com

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