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1992-93 Ultra Basketball Wrong Backs

I've tried searching to find out info about 92 Ultra wrong backs during this year. I recently bought some cards off a dude and in them he had run of completely misprinted cards and didn't even realize it.

I looked on eBay and there is only a handful and people are trying to sell them (even no names) for 5-15 bucks. ComC has an Alonzo Mourning/Wille Anderson one for sale for 40 bucks. Which I do have.

What's the real rarity of these? Anyone got any knowledge?

Michael Jordan collector of cards and memorabilia for about 30 years.

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    JoeBanzaiJoeBanzai Posts: 11,210 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I don't know about 92 Ultra wrongbacks, but there have been many different issues where this has happened.
    Not really much value in them. Superstar cards can sell for a bit, especially if it's a rookie card.
    I don't think PSA grades them, at least they refused to grade the 1974 Killebrew front Ralph Garr back card I submitted several years ago.

    2013,14 and 15 Certificate Award Winner Harmon Killebrew Master Set and Master Topps Set
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    craig44craig44 Posts: 10,520 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Joe has it right. There may be a slight bump in value for superstars with player collectors, but mostly not much value there.

    George Brett, Roger Clemens and Tommy Brady.

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    mrmoparmrmopar Posts: 1,032 ✭✭✭✭

    If you were looking to sell them, you might consider starting them off around $1 each if there are any name players people might specifically want. You might have to give some away at opening bid price, but you never know when a bidding war will ignite. Starting cards like that off with high bids is likely to result in no sales. Someone may ultimately pay $40 for a Mourning error, but they want a shot at getting it for a buck first.

    I collect Steve Garvey, Dodgers and signed cards. Collector since 1978.
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