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    • CommentAuthordjkmp840
    • CommentTimeOct 13th 2009
     
    Does anyone know where I can find pricing or even a checklist on the Jumbo authentic jersey & baseball memorabilia cards that can be bought retail from Toys R Us and Kmart, etc.? I have a Jon Lester jersey/ball card and have no idea what it is worth. I haven't seen another like it. PLMK
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    Do you have any more information for us on the card? What year is it from? do you have any images of it?

    let us know,
    Ted
    • CommentAuthordjkmp840
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2009
     
    There is a Ray Allen basketball card that is just like my Jon Lester card. The item number on eBay is 110315811440. My Lester card has a red jersey and a baseball on it. It is a 2007 Topps card.
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    Hi there,
    We don't offer pricing on basketball at this time. If you have a scan of the card, please email it to us and we'll see what we can dig up for you.

    Ted
    • CommentAuthordjkmp840
    • CommentTimeOct 16th 2009
     
    I'm not necessarily looking for a price. I'm really just looking for a list of what got manufactured and is out on the market. These cards are manufactured by "Vintage Sports cards". They feature a player's card in the middle of a cardboard stand. On each side of the stand is a jersey and ball piece. The back of the stand states that Upper Deck provided the memorabilia. I have a Delmon Young that has a Donruss Team Heroes card in it. My father got an Earl Weaver in his. They are strictly retail. You buy a variety box of 15 unopened packs, and you get an envelope that has one of these memorabilia cards in it.
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    Vintage Sports Cards is a well-known manufacturer of fraudulent sports and collectible memorabilia. Late last year, Konami, who owns Yu-Gi-Oh!, sued them for repackaging Yu-Gi-Oh! cards. Sorry to break the bad news. It sounds to me like you have one of these items, so it would be impossible to develop a checklist for such items.

    Take care!
 
 
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