2004 Select Ovation

2004 Select Ovation Football Cards

Collection: 162 cards, 22 Rising Stars (1:3 packs), 6 Heritage Guernsey cards (1:6 packs), 17 Best and Fairest (1:12 packs), 12 Top Prospect Signatures (1:22 packs), 9 Premiership Commemorative cards (1:34 packs), 6 Captain Signatures (1:300 packs), 1 Game Breaker Signature (1:1080 packs), 2 Case cards (1:1 case)

11 cards per pack
24 packs per box
4500 boxes produced

Ovation was the second release for Select in 2004, limited to 4500 boxes but at a lower price point than the previous series 2 release. Each pack contained 1 of 40 AFL Indigenous Player cards, which are highly collectable today. Captains Signature continued, with 6 cards in the subset, limited to 60 each. Ironically 3 of the teams had co-captains, meaning collectors got to acquire dual signature cards for half of the set. Top Prospects featured signature cards from a great range of up and comers who included Sam Mitchell, Adam McPhee and Aaron Davey. 2004 Select Ovation also contains Dane Swan rookie card.

2004 select ovation box



2004 select ovation dane swan rookie card

Complete Set (162)
Common Card (1-162)

1 Intro Card
2 Checklist
3 Nathan Bassett
4 Rhett Biglands
5 Matthew Bode
6 James Begley
7 Michael Doughty
8 Simon Goodwin
9 James Gallagher
10 Brent Reilly
11 Mark Stevens
12 Scott Welsh
13 Shaun Hart
14 Tim Notting
15 Craig McRae
16 Jared Brennan RC
17 Blake Caracella
18 Robert Copeland
19 Richard Hadley
20 Ashley McGrath
21 Aaron Shattock
22 Clark Keating
23 Nick Stevens
24 Barnaby French
25 Jordan Bannister RC
26 David Teague
27 Jarrad Waite
28 Adrian De Luca
29 Brett Johnson RC
30 Brad Fisher
31 Cory McGrath
32 Simon Wiggins
33 Matthew Lokan
34 Dane Swan RC
35 Guy Richards
36 Brodie Holland
37 Ben Johnson
38 James Clement
39 Ryan Lonie
40 Simon Prestigiacomo
41 Richard Cole
42 Andrew Williams
43 Mark Johnson
44 Dustin Fletcher
45 Mark Alvey
46 Matthew Allan
47 Marc Bullen
48 Mark Mercuri
49 Justin Murphy
50 Joe Misiti
51 Adam Ramanauskas
52 Joel Reynolds
53 Jeff Farmer
54 Shaun McManus
55 Troy Cook
56 Troy Simmonds
57 James Walker
58 Byron Schammer RC
59 Antoni Grover
60 Justin Longmuir
61 Troy Longmuir
62 Clive Waterhouse
63 Brenton Sanderson
64 Cameron Mooney
65 David Haynes
66 Kent Kingsley
67 Matthew McCarthy RC
68 Darren Milburn
69 Paul Chambers
70 Steve Johnson
71 Henry Playfair
72 James Rahilly
73 Danny Jacobs
74 Trent Croad
75 Mark Williams
76 Simon Beaumont
77 Ben Dixon
78 Mark Graham
79 Adrian Cox
80 Nathan Lonie
81 Luke McCabe
82 Tim Clarke
83 Leigh Brown
84 John Baird
85 Michael Firrito
86 Michael Stevens
87 Shannon Watt
88 Daniel Motlop RC
89 Troy Makepeace
90 Daniel Harris
91 Eddie Sansbury
92 Shane Harvey
93 Nathan Carroll
94 Ben Holland
95 Aaron Davey RC
96 Scott Thompson
97 Jared Rivers
98 Chris Heffernan
99 Alistair Nicholson
100 Phillip Read
101 Paul Wheatley
102 Brad Miller RC
103 Steven Salopek
104 Domenic Cassisi
105 Stuart Cochrane
106 Kane Cornes
107 Stuart Dew
108 Brett Ebert
109 Adam Kingsley
110 Jarrad Schofield
111 Toby Thurstans
112 Michael Wilson
113 Shane Morrison
114 Brent Hartigan
115 Ray Hall
116 Ty Zantuck
117 Tim Fleming
118 Mark Chaffey
119 Greg Tivendale
120 Ben Marsh
121 Andrew Kellaway
122 Aaron Fiora
123 Trent Knobel
124 Brett Voss
125 Heath Black
126 Brent Guerra
127 Matt Maguire
128 Luke Penny
129 Andrew Thompson
130 Austinn Jones
131 Max Hudghton
132 Steven Baker
133 Jason Ball
134 Luke Ablett
135 Jared Crouch
136 Stephen Doyle
137 Nic Fosdike
138 Ben Mathews
139 Ryan O’Keefe
140 Matthew Nicks
141 Lewis Roberts-Thompson
142 Andrew Schauble
143 Darren Glass
144 Damien Adkins
145 Trent Carroll
146 Daniel Chick
147 Michael Collica
148 Dean Cox RC
149 Adam Hunter
150 Kane Munro
151 Quinten Lynch
152 Callum Chambers RC
153 Daniel Bandy
154 Scott Bassett
155 Patrick Bowden
156 Matthew Boyd RC
157 Steven Koops
158 Jade Rawlings
159 Peter Street
160 Patrick Wiggins
161 Matthew Robbins
162 Sam Power


2004 select ovation indigenous player

Complete Set (44)
Common Card (IP1-IP44)
Odds 1:1 packs

IP1 Andrew McLeod
IP2 Graham Johncock
IP3 Ronnie Burns
IP4 Anthony Corrie
IP5 Chris Johnson
IP6 Ashley McGrath
IP7 Darryl White
IP8 Andrew Walker
IP9 Cory McGrath
IP10 Richard Cole
IP11 Leon Davis
IP12 Justin Murphy
IP13 Dean Rioli
IP14 Andrew Lovett
IP15 Nathan Lovett-Murray
IP16 Troy Cook
IP17 Jeff Farmer
IP18 Des Headland
IP19 Dion Woods
IP20 Antoni Grover
IP21 Roger Hayden
IP22 Chance Bateman
IP23 Harry Miller
IP24 Mark Williams
IP25 Daniel Motlop
IP26 Daniel Wells
IP27 Eddie Sansbury
IP28 Aaron Davey
IP29 Matthew Whelan
IP30 Peter Burgoyne
IP31 Shaun Burgoyne
IP32 Byron Pickett
IP33 Gavin Wanganeen
IP34 Andrew Krakouer
IP35 Raphael Clarke
IP36 Xavier Clarke
IP37 Allan Murray
IP38 Adam Goodes
IP39 Michael O’Loughlin
IP40 Phil Matera
IP41 Ashley Sampi
IP42 David Wirrpanda
IP43 Cameron Faulkner
IP44 Steven Koops


2004 select ovation heritage guernsey

Complete Set (16)
Common Card (HJ1-HJ16)
Odds 1:6 packs

HJ1 Carlton
HJ2 Collingwood
HJ3 Essendong
HJ4 Geelong
HJ5 Hawthorn
HJ6 North Melbourne
HJ7 Richmond
HJ8 St Kilda
HJ9 Brisbane
HJ10 Fremantle
HJ11 Melbourne
HJ12 Port Adelaide
HJ13 Sydney
HJ14 Western Bulldogs
HJ15 West Coast
HJ16 Adelaide


2004 select ovation rising star nominees

Complete Set (22)
Common Card (RSN1-RSN22)
Odds 1:6 packs

RSN1 Sam Mitchell
RSN2 Luke Ball
RSN3 Trent Sporn
RSN4 Jared Brennan
RSN5 Adam Schneider
RSN6 Michael Osborne
RSN7 Brendon Goddard
RSN8 Ashley Sampi
RSN9 Graham Polak
RSN10 Jarrad Waite
RSN11 Daniel Wells
RSN12 Brad Fisher
RSN13 Byron Schammer
RSN14 Aaron Sandilands
RSN15 Ted Richards
RSN16 Daniel Motlop
RSN17 Richard Cole
RSN18 Lewis Roberts-Thompson
RSN19 Marc Bullen
RSN20 Leigh Montagna
RSN21 Andrew McDougall
RSN22 Matthew Lokan / Ashley McGrath


2004 select ovation best and fairest

Complete Set (17)
Common Card (BF1-BF17)
Odds 1:12 packs

BF1 Michael Voss
BF2 Nathan Buckley
BF3 Gavin Wanganeen
BF4 Adam Goodes
BF5 Peter Bell
BF6 Mark Ricciuto
BF7 Ben Cousins
BF8 James Hird
BF9 Scott Lucas
BF10 Shane Crawford
BF11 Brent Harvey
BF12 Lenny Hayes
BF13 Matthew Scarlett
BF14 Mark Coughlan
BF15 Russell Robertson
BF16 Scott West
BF17 Andrew McKay


2004 select ovation premiership commemorative

Complete Set (9)
Common Card (PC18-PC26)
Odds 1:34 packs
Limited to 400 cards each

PC18 1982 Carlton
PC19 1981 Carlton
PC20 1958 Collingwood
PC21 1984 Essendon
PC22 1952 Geelong
PC23 1988 Hawthorn
PC24 1960 Melbourne
PC25 1977 North Melbourne
PC26 1974 Richmond


2004 select ovation top prospect

Complete Set (12)
Common Card (TP1-TP12)
Odds 1:22 packs
Limited to 500 cards each

TP1 Graham Johncock
TP2 Jamie Charman
TP3 Jarrad Waite
TP4 Adam McPhee
TP5 Paul Medhurst
TP6 Matt Maguire
TP7 Sam Mitchell
TP8 Aaron Davey
TP9 Drew Petrie
TP10 Dean Brogan
TP11 Mark Coughlan
TP12 Adam Schneider


2004 select ovation gamebreaker signature

Complete Set (1)
Common Card (GBS1)
Odds 1:1080 packs
Limited to 100 cards

GBS1 Warren Tredrea


2004 select ovation captain signature

Complete Set (6)
Common Card (LCS3)
Odds 1:300 packs
Limited to 60 cards each

CS19 Brett Ratten / Anthony Koutoufides
CS20 Peter Bell
CS21 Steven King
CS22 Anthony Stevens / Adam Simpson
CS23 Aaron Hamill / Lenny Hayes
CS24 Stuart Maxfield


2004 select ovation 300 games

Complete Set (2)
Common Card (CC13-CC14)
Odds 1 per case
Limited to 190 cards each

CC13 Francis Bourke
CC14 Alastair Lynch








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.

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