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1990 Donruss Aqueous Test Cards

Oilman2383

New member
Jul 3, 2019
5
Hello all. New to the forum and had a question. I recently bought a large array of miscellaneous sports cards from a coworker. They are 85% baseball and as I was going through them found several of these Aqueous Test cards. I am just wondering if they are still as sought after as they used to be. I have done tons of research and know they are pretty rare. Here is the list:

Steve Sax - Card# 78, 3 cards
Tony Fernandez - Card# 149, 3 cards
Alvin Davis - Card# 109, 3 cards
Joe Carter - Card# 114, 4 cards
Alan Trammell - Card# 90, 2 cards
Julio Franco - Card# 142, 3 cards
Dave Stewart - Card# 150, 3 cards
Dave Stewart MVP - Card# BC-3, 2 cards
Dave Stewart Diamond King - Card# 6, 2 cards
Roberto Alomar - Card# 111, 2 cards
Barry Bonds - Card# 126, 4 cards
Cal Ripkin Jr - Card# 96, 4 cards
Howard Johnson - Card# 99, 6 cards
Howard Johnson MVP- Card# BC-2, 5 cards
Jessie Barfield - Card# 74, 3 cards
Ozzie Guillen- Card# 135, 3 cards
Juan Samuel - Card# 53, 1 card
Ryne Sandberg- Card# 105, 1 card

Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

mrmopar

Member
Jan 19, 2010
3,691
I think Carter is a Padre on that card. If so, I would have interest in one of the 4 copies, assuming an agreeable price.

Hello all. New to the forum and had a question. I recently bought a large array of miscellaneous sports cards from a coworker. They are 85% baseball and as I was going through them found several of these Aqueous Test cards. I am just wondering if they are still as sought after as they used to be. I have done tons of research and know they are pretty rare. Here is the list:

Steve Sax - Card# 78, 3 cards
Tony Fernandez - Card# 149, 3 cards
Alvin Davis - Card# 109, 3 cards
Joe Carter - Card# 114, 4 cards
Alan Trammell - Card# 90, 2 cards
Julio Franco - Card# 142, 3 cards
Dave Stewart - Card# 150, 3 cards
Dave Stewart MVP - Card# BC-3, 2 cards
Dave Stewart Diamond King - Card# 6, 2 cards
Roberto Alomar - Card# 111, 2 cards
Barry Bonds - Card# 126, 4 cards
Cal Ripkin Jr - Card# 96, 4 cards
Howard Johnson - Card# 99, 6 cards
Howard Johnson MVP- Card# BC-2, 5 cards
Jessie Barfield - Card# 74, 3 cards
Ozzie Guillen- Card# 135, 3 cards
Juan Samuel - Card# 53, 1 card
Ryne Sandberg- Card# 105, 1 card

Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.
 

spcollector

Member
Nov 11, 2009
802
I'd be interested in these 4 if selling/trading:
Roberto Alomar - Card# 111
Barry Bonds - Card# 126
Cal Ripkin Jr - Card# 96
Ryne Sandberg- Card# 105
Shoot me a PM with what you are looking for on them. Thanks!
 

mrmopar

Member
Jan 19, 2010
3,691
Bummer. I know Alomas was a Padre. I'd actually prefer a Dodger as a type card, but liked the Padres for a while in the mid 80s to early 90s. I'd take an Alomar for sure, but figured there are probably more than 2 hardcore Alomar collectors on this site alone that would want it more than me, but if by some chance you had one sitting around unwanted, let me know what you need for it.

Just checked it and he was with the Indians on that one.
 

Dilferules

Active member
Aug 10, 2012
818
Auburn, WA
I think I am going to send the bigger names to PSA and have them graded.
It might be a good idea to send them all to PSA (or send in the bigger names first then as long as those come back as legit send in the rest). Personally I wouldn't buy any ungraded Aqueous card as I'd be worried about fakes...PSA isn't perfect but they are going to be better at spotting a fake than I am at spotting one looking at some scans on eBay.
 

Oilman2383

New member
Jul 3, 2019
5
Hey guys, just wanted to let everyone know, I posted one of the Howard Johnson MVP Aqueous cards on Ebay a little bit ago. Didn't know if there were any Hojo collectors or there that might be interested.
 

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