1994 Select Ultimate Collection

1994 Select Football Cards

Collection: 200 Common Cards, 20 Gold Cards (1:12 packs) 10 Signature Cards (1:288 packs)

The second Select release proved that the new card producer was here to stay. 1994 Select Ultimate Collection featured a slick design and a range of great insert sets.  20 gold cards include a variation of top players common cards, with a gold mini football in the top corner, and their name in gold print. Approximately 5250 of each gold card were produced. There were also 10 signature cards, again almost identical to the gold cards. The only differentiation was the signature cards had the players’ name in yellow, rather than gold. Randomly inserted into packs, there were 500 signature cards of each player.  The series also features perhaps the best crop of rookie cards in any set ever. AFL greats such as Nathan Buckley, Michael Voss, James Hird, Matthew Richardson and Shane Crawford all have their rookie cards in 1994 Select, to name a few.

1993 select afl box



1994 select nathan buckley

Complete Set (200)
Common Card (1-200)

1 Greg Anderson
2 Mark Bickley
3 Simon Tregenza
4 Matthew Liptak
5 Andrew Jarman
6 Chris McDermott
7 Tony McGuinness
8 Tony Modra RC
9 Shaun Rehn
10 Mark Ricciuto RC
11 Nigel Smart
12 Ben Hart
13 Scott Lee
14 Rodney Jameson
15 Matthew Kennedy
16 Michael Voss RC
17 Nathan Chapman RC
18 Adrian Fletcher
19 Marcus Ashcroft
20 Michael McLean
21 Roger Merrett
22 Justin Leppitsch RC
23 Shaun Hart RC
24 John Gastev
25 Troy Clarke
26 Stephen Silvagni
27 Greg Williams
28 Stephen Kernahan
29 Andrew McKay RC
30 Brett Ratten
31 Mil Hanna
32 Michael Sexton RC
33 Brent Heaver RC
34 Fraser Brown
35 Craig Bradley
36 Tom Alvin
37 Justin Madden
38 Ang Christou RC
39 Adrian Gleeson
40 Damian Monkhorst
41 Tony Francis
42 Gary Pert
43 Paul Williams RC
44 Alan Richardson RC
45 Shane Watson RC
46 Graeme Wright
47 Craig Kelly
48 Gavin Brown
49 Scott Russell
50 Brad Rowe RC
51 Michael McGuane
52 Saverio Rocca RC
53 Nathan Buckley RC
54 Peter Daicos
55 Mark Harvey
56 Mark Mercuri RC
57 Paul Salmon
58 Dustin Fletcher RC
59 Michael Symons RC
60 Darren Bewick
61 Joe Misiti RC
62 Michael Long
63 Mark Thompson
64 Gavin Wanganeen
65 James Hird RC
66 Gary O’Donnell
67 Rick Olarenshaw RC
68 Paul Hills
69 Sean Denham RC
70 Paul Roos
71 John McCarthy
72 Matthew Armstrong
73 Jeremy Guard
74 Mark Zanotti
75 Jim Wynd
76 Michael Dunstan RC
77 Jason Baldwin
78 Ross Lyon
79 Stephen Paxman RC
80 Ilija Grgic RC
81 Chris Grant
82 Tony Liberatore
83 Leon Cameron
84 Peter Quill RC
85 Simon Atkins
86 Mark Hunter
87 Nigel Kellett RC
88 Doug Hawkins
89 Scott West RC
90 Scott Wynd
91 Barry Standfield RC
92 Brad Nicholson RC
93 Mark Bairstow
94 Gary Ablett
95 John Barnes RC
96 Paul Couch
97 Robert Scott
98 Peter Riccardi
99 Tim McGrath
100 Barry Stoneham
101 Andrew Bews
102 Ken Hinkley
103 Garry Hocking
104 Stephen O’Reilly RC
105 Darren Steele
106 Steven Hocking RC
107 Anthony Condon RC
108 Andrew Collins
109 Darren Jarman
110 Ben Allan
111 Andrew Gowers
112 Paul Hudson
113 Darrin Pritchard
114 Jason Dunstall
115 Chris Langford
116 Paul Cooper RC
117 John Platten
118 Ray Jencke
119 Shane Crawford RC
120 Stephen Lawrence
121 Stephen Tingay RC
122 Garry Lyon
123 Glenn Lovett
124 Jim Stynes
125 Todd Viney
126 Allen Jakovich
127 Andy Lovell
128 Brett Lovett
129 Matthew Febey RC
130 Andrew Obst
131 David Neitz RC
132 Peter Rhode
133 Steven Febey
134 Martin Pike RC
135 Wayne Schwass
136 Anthony Rock RC
137 Michael Martyn
138 Dean Laidley RC
139 Ross Smith
140 Anthony Stevens RC
141 Wayne Carey
142 Mark Roberts
143 Craig Sholl
144 Brett Allison
145 John Longmire
146 Adrian McAdam RC
147 Glenn Archer RC
148 Wayne Campbell
149 Matthew Knights
150 Brian Leys
151 Brendon Gale
152 Tony Free
153 Matthew Richardson RC
154 Paul Bulluss RC
155 Chris Naish
156 Wayne Hernaman RC
157 Stuart Maxfield
158 John Howat RC
159 Danny Frawley
160 Nathan Burke
161 Gilbert McAdam
162 Tony Lockett
163 Nicky Winmar
164 Justin Peckett RC
165 Jamie Shanahan
166 Robert Harvey
167 Peter Everitt RC
168 Dean Anderson
169 Stewart Loewe
170 Russell Morris
171 Craig Devonport
172 Gordon Fode RC
173 Paul Kelly
174 Simon Minton-Connell
175 Dean McRae RC
176 Scott Watters
177 Mark Bayes
178 Neil Brunton RC
179 Daryn Cresswell RC
180 Darren Kappler
181 Jayson Daniels
182 Sanford Wheeler RC, UER
183 Brett Heady
184 Dean Kemp
185 Chris Mainwaring
186 Michael Brennan
187 Paul Harding
188 Guy McKenna
189 Peter Sumich
190 Ashley McIntosh
191 Mitchell White RC
192 Glen Jakovich
193 Peter Matera
194 John Worsfold
195 Don Pyke RC
196 Peter Wilson
197 Checklist
198 Checklist
199 Checklist
200 Checklist


1994 select tony lockett gold

Complete Set (20)
Common Card (G1-G20)

G1 Gavin Brown
G2 Stephen Kernahan
G3 Greg Williams
G4 Ben Hart
G5 Tony Modra
G6 Nathan Buckley
G7 Mark Harvey
G8 Paul Salmon
G9 Gavin Wanganeen
G10 Paul Roos
G11 Jason Dunstall
G12 Garry Hocking
G13 Gary Ablett
G14 Chris Grant
G15 Scott Wynd
G16 Jim Stynes
G17 Wayne Carey
G18 Tony Lockett
G19 Guy McKenna
G20 Peter Matera


1994 select jason dunstall signature

Complete Set (10)
Common Card (G1-G20)

G1 Gavin Brown
G2 Stephen Kernahan
G5 Tony Modra
G6 Nathan Buckley
G8 Paul Salmon
G9 Gavin Wanganeen
G10 Paul Roos
G11 Jason Dunstall
G12 Garry Hocking
G17 Wayne Carey


1994 select gary ablett legend

Complete Set (1)
Common Card (NNO)

NNO Gary Ablett








What the columns mean

In each section of the price guide there is a HI and LO column. These represent the selling ranges of the listed cards and sets. The do not correspond to different conditions of the cards, nor do they represent buy and sell prices. The HI colum represents full retail prices, which is the cards full value. Popular cards generally sell for this amount of sometimes even higher. The LO column represents the price you may be able to get the card for at a reduced level. This is influenced by a number of factors including regional variation, sales, player unpopularity and other factors. The HI column is usually the price quoted by a dealer as the full value of a particular card or set. The newer the card, the more available it tends to be, and the more likely it may be discounted.

Card Condition

Grading of cards is subjective. Collectors differ on the strictness and importance of quality. The following condition guide is to minimise subjectivity.

  • Pristine
  • Mint
  • Near Mint
  • Excellent
  • Very Good
  • Good
  • Fair
  • Poor

Cards from 2000 onwards should be in mint condition in order to be valued as the listed price.
Cards from the 1990’s should be in near mint condition (1990’s cards in mint condition are valued 125-150% of the listed price).
Cards from the 1950-80’s should be in excellent condition (1950-80’s cards in near mint are valued at 150% of the listed price and in mint condition 200% of the listed price).
Cards from pre-1950 should be in very good condition (pre-1950 cards in excellent condition are valued at 125-150% of the listed price, in near mint condition are valued at 200% of the listed price and in mint condition 300%.
Condition below these will reduce the value accordingly.

Numbered cards

Some limited release cards are individually numbered. Cards numbered 001 and the jumper number of the player are considered more valuable. For lower end cards, this can add 300-500% to the price. For higher end cards, this can add 150-200% to the price.

Other lower numbered cards (ie. 004, 005) are also considered to be more valuable. While they don’t hold as much weight as 001 or jumper number, lower numbered cards can add 200-300% for lower end cards and 150% to higher end cards. Anything in single digits may be considered a low number. 11/60 would not necessarily attract a higher price based on its numbering.

RC – Rookie Card definition

A players rookie card (RC) is the first appearance on a regular issue card from one of the major companies (Kornies, Scanlens, Stimorol, Regina, Select). A RC is not a subset or insert card, but the first standard release card of that player by a mainstream company.

How do we price cards and sets?

Our team performs extensive research when curating our price guide and updating the lists. Prices are influenced by online sales on eBay and eBid, sales at auction houses and trading card and collectable stores. We also include factors such as player popularity and performance, age and scarcity.

This is only a guide

Footy Card Guide lists prices of Aussie Rules football cards which are to be used only as a guide. They do not represent fixed prices or an offer to buy or sell on behalf of our staff or anyone else. We do not take responsibility for any purchases or sales made by any third party based on information they have obtained in our guide.