Tony Romo’s Cards and Performance Skyrocketing

Auto Date Friday, November 24th, 2006

 Since Tony Romo was named the starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, his cards have been steadily increasing in value.  There are a few reasons that have led to the accelerated price appreciation.

  • Romo was not drafted so he does not have as rookie cards in 2003 sets as high profile quarterbacks such as Carson Palmer and Byron Leftwich.
  • The Dallas Cowboys are one of the most collectible teams and have one of the largest fan bases nationwide.
  • He has performed at a very high level since being named the starter.

A quick review of some of Romo’s rookie cards below shows what the latest price is in the Beckett Football Card Price Guide and what is being realized for cards on Ebay.

 Card

 Book Price

 Current Selling Prices

 2003 Bowman

 $2.50

 $20+

 2003 Bowman Chrome

 $8.00

 $40+

 2003 Leaf Limited

 $10.00

 $45+

 2003 Leaf Rookies & Stars

 $10.00

 $30+

 2003 Playoff Contenders (Autograph)

 $75.00

 $350+

 2003 SP Authentic (Autograph)

 $60.00

 $300+

 2003 Ultimate Collection

 $20.00

 $60+

 2003 Upper Deck

 $10.00

 $30+

A 2003 SP Authentic Gold Autograph (#’d to 25) recently sold for $1200.

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One Response to “Tony Romo’s Cards and Performance Skyrocketing”

  1. GEORGE Says:
    December 4th, 2006 at 1:58 am

    I’m a huge cowboy fan. I’ve never even heard of this guy til recently. I was to focused on Drew Henson. Let me know what you got in Romo cards. please. Thks. George