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What is the most valuable basketball card?

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The most valuable basketball card of all time is the 1948 George Mikan Bowman basketball card, which is currently valued at $218,500. According to InStash.com, it was part of the first and only set of basketball cards to reach the mainstream collectors' market until 1957.

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George Mikan was one of the earliest basketball stars. He stood 6 feet, 10 inches tall and weighed in at 245 pounds. The most valuable modern basketball card, according to Infobarrel.com, is a 1986 Fleer Michael Jackson rookie card, and is valued at around $82,000. The third most valuable is an Oscar Robinson card from 1961, selling at around $25,800.

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