SHOP THE BEST JAROMIR JAGR ROOKIE CARDS ON EBAY
Jaromir Jagr was born on 2/15/1972 and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins with the 5th overall pick in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft.
Jagr repaid the Penguins with 11 seasons with 439 goals and 640 assists. Jagr went on to play a mind-blowing 24 years in the NHL and had a total of 1921 points. After playing his final game in the NHL with the Calgary Flames in 2018, Jagr joined his home team Rytiri Kladno, where he still plays professionally today. Simply amazing.
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Best Rookie Cards
Here are the best Jaromir Jagr rookie cards for your investment portfolio. If you have questions about our top-rated Jarg rookie cards, email us at email@example.com.
1990 Jaromir Jagr Upper Deck RC #356
If you grew up in the ’90s and collected sports cards, you have to have this card imaged burned into your memory. We remember seeing this at sports card shows across the country back in the day. The card is #356 and shows Jagr shaking hands after being drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins.
1990 Jaromir Jagr Score Rookie Card #428
Another memorable Jagr rookie card and our favorite of all the Jaromir rookie cards. If you can obtain the Canadian version in a PSA 10 that will maximize the ROI of the card over the long run and would be pretty rare.
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The card is #428 and shows Jagr with a dazed and confused look on his mug while posing for the picture. The Jagr rookie card is the top card in the set and its glossy appearance helps set it apart from others. A must-have for Jagr fans.
1990 Jaromir Jagr OPC Premier Rookie Card #50
If we’re not mistaken, we believe this is his most expensive rookie card. The 1990 Jagr O-Pee-Chee Premier RC shows Jagr waiting for the biscuit in preparation for a goal-scoring opportunity.
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1990 Jaromir Jagr Pro Set RC #632
WOW! This card is a blast from the past. Pro Set was a super popular hockey trading card set back in the early 1990s but quickly died out like the dinosaurs. Numbered #632 The Jagr Pro Set rookie card shows Jaromir rushing down the rink in pursuit of the puck.
Jaromir Jagr Rookie Card Values
Jagr’s rookie cards are not all that valuable and are an excellent bang for the buck, considering he is one of the best NHL players of all time.
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- 1990 Upper Deck Jaromir Jagr RC #356
- 1990 Upper Deck French Jaromir Jagr RC #356
- 1990 Score Jaromir Jagr RC #428
- 1990 Pro Set Pittsburgh Penguins Jaromir Jagr RC #632
- 1990 OPC Premier Jaromir Jagr Rookie RC #50
- 1990 Score Canadian Jaromir Jagr RC #428
- 1990 Topps Super Rookie Jaromir Jagr RC #9
As mentioned above, Jaromir Jagr rookie cards are a savoy buy right now as you can get them for less than $50 in PSA 10 condition.
Rating: 4.78 out of 5
Ownership Disclosure: 1990 Pro set RC, 1990 UD RC
TOP JAGR RC: 1990 French UD, 1990 SCORE CANADIAN PSA 10 or SGC 10 or BGS 9.5
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The only negative (and it’s a big one) is Jagr started his career when cards were printed in mass amounts. However, we still think Jagr rookie cards are a SOLID buy at these levels and would recommend buying while they are on the cheap. If possible, try to buy one that will set it apart from the others (i.e., 1990-91 Upper Deck Hologram Jaromir Jagr card).
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3 thoughts on “5 Must-Have Jaromir Jagr Hockey Cards & Investment Advice”
Hi, I saw a 90 opee chee premiier Jagr rookie card for sale on E-Bay and seller claims it’s a rare pink box edition.What is a pink box edition?
Joe, There’s no such thing. He’s probably trying to make it seem like it’s more rare… 99.99% of the card advice is just people who know very little just being “a copy of a copy”. Bad advice that’s often repeated, so then it becomes “true”. Here’s the real advice. Hands down the best investment is the 1990 Jagr Foodland… POP of about 15 in PSA 10. And unlikely to explode in population (like OPC premiers are doing right now) since they were literally carried by local Police in their pockets and given out to kids…. (causing the already low regional print run to get damaged) And /or any autographed rookie card that is a PSA 10 with Auto PSA 10 as well. (dual 10’s) Beyond that upper Deck French only and Pro Set stats lined up only. The rest are too high in pop for a good investment. But, that does not mean you cannot just own whatever you like as a collector. Always ask yourself when you’re buying… am I a collector (fan) or an investor? If you’re just a fan, there is no wrong answer because you like it and it’s fun to own cards & players that you like! If you’re an investor– you have to speculate that you know something that somebody else does not know right now… and that someone in the future would be willing to pay more for the card once their knowledge or the market catches up.
Cheers amigo, Jagr Card Expert.
I’m inquiring about Jaromir Jager “50 error card.. It has the green boarder and error in the ice..what is it worth? More or less then the other