I think we all know about the craziness going on with the Jordan rookie card, but of course other vintage basketball cards have been moving up in price as well.
Still, with a few exceptions (think the Dr J rookie card) the 1970’s era for vintage basketball cards still feels like a bit of an underappreciated part of the market.
Basketball seemingly came into full force in the 1980’s, with the arrival of Larry Bird and Magic Johnson, and of course, Michael Jordan himself.
So, I thought it would be a good exercise to identify ten basketball cards from the 1970’s that look like good investments from a buy and hold perspective.
Sure there’s been a lot of hysteria in the space (thanks Gary V) but I’m ignoring ALL that noise and looking for vintage basketball cards that I still think represent attractive value and should be good investments for the long term.
So, as always, if you have any comments or questions on any card on this list, feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
**Oh and note this is in no particular order so feel free to pick and choose off this list**Read More...