Roberto Luongo Rookie Card Checklist

Roberto Luongo Rookie Card Checklist

Below is a complete look at all 5 of Roberto Luongo's true rookie cards from the 1997-98 hockey card season. In order to carry an official "RC" tag (true rookie), a card must be part of a product's base set as opposed to an insert or parallel set.

Luongo's RC's come from a simpler time, when the cards were over-printed, yet the amount of options were fewer than today. The Canucks star was also a rookie prior to the pack pulled rookie auto revolution truly took off, which is why he doesn't have a true rookie auto.

1997-98 Roberto Luongo RC Checklist (5 total):

1997-98 Beehive #69 Roberto Luongo JLS RC($12)

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1997-98 Black Diamond #131 Roberto Luongo RC($25)

1997-98 Donruss Elite #51 Roberto Luongo RC($6)

1997-98 Zenith #97 Roberto Luongo RC($40)

1997-98 Zenith 5x7 #77 Roberto Luongo RC($25)

Best of Roberto Luongo's Rookie Cards:

  • Recommended RC: Zenith
  • Hardest to find in Mint condition: Black Diamond
  • Best RC parallels: Zenith Z-Gold ($250), Black Diamond quadruple diamond ($150)
  • Interesting 1997-98 non-RC: 1997-98 Donruss Elite Back to the Future Autographs #7 M.Brodeur/R.Luongo

Trading Card Terminology:

  • RC = Rookie Card
  • "5 x 7" = Oversized card
  • Parallel = A card that is an alternate version of a base card that is harder to find than the base version. However, these do not carry a true "RC" tag because they are not part of the base set.
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