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1993 Fleer Baseball Cards & Checklist

 

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Back of 1993 Fleer baseball Card 690 Nolan Ryan

  • COMPLETE SET - 720 Cards
  • Near Mint-Mint -  $10.00

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Key Cards:

  • 112 - Barry Bonds
  • 551 - Cal Ripken
  • 690 - Nolan Ryan
   

NOTES:

The 1993 Fleer baseball card set consist of 720 cards that measure 2 1/2" x 3 1/2". The cards are in order by player alphabetically within each team, for each league with NL preceding AL. Cards numbered 344-348/704-708 are League Leaders, Cards numbered 349-353/709-713 are Round Trippers and, Cards numbered  354-357/714-717 are Super Star Specials. Each series concludes with checklists Cards numbered 358-360/718-720.

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Glossary:

Back of 1993 Fleer baseball Card 690 

  • CL - Checklist
  • COR - Corrected
  • ERR - Error
  • FFC - First Fleer Card
  • LL - League Leaders
  • PV - Pro Visions
  • RC -  Rookie Card 
  • RT - Round Trippers
  • UER - Un-corrected Error
  • VAR - Variation

Back of 1993 Fleer baseball Card 690 Nolan Ryan

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Price Guide: Value is based on closed auctions and sales. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly. 

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