One great MLB player, a Reggie Jackson rookie card is a treasure. An autographed 1969 Reggie Jackson Rookie Card, graded sells for about $400 and a 1969 Topps #260 HOF Rookie Card, graded , sells between $550 and $700.
The price of a Reggie Jackson rookie card is determined by a few factors. The condition of the card or cards is vital to its value. The better the condition the more the Reggie Jackson rookie card is worth. Scarcity also a determining factor when figuring out how much a Reggie Jackson rookie card is worth. Like condition, scarcity can make a big difference when it comes to pricing.
Best and Most Valuable Reggie Jackson Rookie Card- 1969 Topps #260 Reggie Jackson. This is also his most expensive rookie card.
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Reggie Jackson Bio- Like his father who played with the Negro Leagues as a second baseman, Reggie had incredible athletic talent. A high school knee injury left doctors believing he would never play football again but he did only to fracture five vertebrae at which doctors said he would likely never walk again.
Defying all odds, Jackson became a legend in MLB. Although he had multiple offers in college, he signed for the Baltimore Orioles amateur team. Breaking records, he was offered a nice bonus to sign on with the team but chose to stay in college on his scholarship. However, he eventually signed to play in the KC Athletics minors but advancing so quickly, he debuted with the Majors in 1967. From that time forward, Jackson had incredible presence on the field, while achieving great feats. Now the Oakland Athletics, years after leaving the team his number 9 jersey was retired. He joined the New York Yankees in 1976, again eventually having his number 44 jersey retired. Jackson also played with California Angels where he continued to dominate right field. A few of Jackson’s career highlights include playing in 14 All-Star games and five World Series, being a two-time Silver Slugger Award recipient, being AL MVP in 1973, being named World Series MVP twice, and receiving the Babe Ruth Award. Although a Reggie Jackson rookie card can sometimes be found online through sites such as eBay, the older and rarer cards often come from dealers or serious collectors.
Teams Reggie Jackson has Played For- Baltimore Orioles, New York Yankees, California Angels, Oakland Athletics
Top 3 Reggie Jackson Rookie Cards- These are some of the best Reggie Jackson Rookie cards and some of his most expensive.
1969 Topps #260 Reggie Jackson
1969 Topps Decals #19 Reggie Jackson
1969 Topps Super #28 Reggie Jackson