Online Gallery of Rare Michael Jordan Basketball Card Collection Launches at MJCollect.com

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With six NBA Championships and a still-standing lifetime regular season scoring record of 31.0 points per game, Michael Jordan remains the symbol of basketball greatness more than seven years after his retirement from the Chicago Bulls. As such, his memorabilia is among the most collectible in sports history. One of the most legendary collections of his top graded basketball cards is now available for viewing online at MJCollect.com.

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Considering the graded Michael Jordan cards that exist today, it is impossible for anyone else to accumulate a similar collection because some of the cards on MJCollect.com are either literally one of a kind or are all in this collection.

Michael Jordan's impact on the world of professional basketball changed the game forever, establishing incredible records that may stand for generations. As one of the most marketable athletes in sports history, he has also created a huge splash in the world of sports collectibles, inspiring many to build legendary collections of his memorabilia. Few collections, however, can claim to rival the Michael Jordan tribute recently put on display for viewing at MJCollect.com.

The collection of basketball cards showcased on MJCollect.com form a unique Michael Jordan biography through high-resolution scans of his entire trading card collection, starting with his college career at the University of North Carolina. The online collection leads the site's visitors on a tour of Michael Jordan history in two distinct ways. First, the gallery offers a pictorial Michael Jordan timeline of Chicago Bulls career highlights and Michael Jordan stats in chronological order. Second, the website provides a glimpse at one if not the rarest and most valuable collection of Michael Jordan cards.

The extreme value of the collection is due to the almost exclusive display of cards in Gem Mint condition. The two major grading companies in the sports card industry, Beckett Grading Service (BGS) and Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), grade trading cards based on their condition and assign numeric values to indicate their quality. Except for a handful of cards whose top existing grade is Mint, all of the graded cards in the MJCollect.com collection are graded BGS 9.5 and PSA 10, Gem Mint, or BGS 10, pristine, condition.

Some of the early-career cards, such as the Michael Jordan rookie basketball card, are among the rarest collectibles in Michael Jordan history. While other collectors have been able to amass a complete set of these early-career cards graded Gem Mint condition by one grading service, only the collection at MJCollect.com boasts cards graded Gem Mint from both services.

MJCollect.com spokesperson Jerry Shneider explains the exclusivity of the collection, "Considering the graded Michael Jordan cards that exist today, it is impossible for anyone else to accumulate a similar collection because some of the cards on MJCollect.com are either literally one of a kind or are all in this collection."

As visitors to MJCollect.com register with the site and view the Michael Jordan biography through rare trading cards, they become eligible to win individual Michael Jordan basketball cards ranging in value from $50 to $1,000, as well as a Fleer and Nike card collection.

For a Michael Jordan biography presented through a series of the most rare and valuable collectibles in sports and Michael Jordan history, please visit MJCollect.com.

About MJCollect.com:

MJCollect.com is proud to display a high resolution gallery of one of the most rare and valuable collections of Michael Jordan basketball cards. The rarest cards in its collection are all in the highest available graded Mint and Gem Mint condition by both Beckett Grading Service (BGS) and Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA). Visitors to the site may become eligible to win Michael Jordan basketball cards valued as much as $1,000.

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