Select Brilliance 2024

Select Brilliance 2024 Football Cards

Collection: 54 Superstar Gold cards, 4 Premiership Captain/Coach dual signature cards (1:12.5 boxes), 18 Palladium cards (1:5.5 boxes)

Select Brilliance is the 2nd release for 2024 and has taken this instalment a step further than the last. The Superstar Gold series were a bonus attraction of the previous Brilliance release and now they essentially make up the base cards in this one. Each team has 3 Superstars in the Gold subset, 2 current and 1 retired player, limited to 35 cards each.  The dual signatures are back again, with round 2 of the Premiership Captain & Coach autographs, from 4 different teams. A new subset are the Palladium cards, featuring a rising star from each team. Featuring platinum foiling and a limited black oxide metal frame, they are sure to be highly sought after, limited to just 25 cards each!  There are only 2540 boxes produced, each containing a single card, in its own Card Armour Card Safe.



Complete Set (54)
Base Card (SS1-SS54)
Limited to 35 cards each

SS1 Jordan Dawson
SS2 Taylor Walker
SS3 Darren Jarman
SS4 Charlie Cameron
SS5 Lachie Neale
SS6 Jonathan Brown
SS7 Charlie Curnow
SS8 Sam Walsh
SS9 Ken Hunter
SS10 Jordan De Goey
SS11 Darcy Moore
SS12 Dane Swan
SS13 Zach Merrett
SS14 Darcy Parish
SS15 Matthew Lloyd
SS16 Luke Jackson
SS17 Caleb Serong
SS18 David Mundy
SS19 Patrick Dangerfield
SS20 Tom Hawkins
SS21 Gary Ablett
SS22 Stephen Coniglio
SS23 Toby Greene
SS24 Phil Davis
SS25 Touk Miller
SS26 Matt Rowell
SS27 Gary Ablett Jr
SS28 Jai Newcombe
SS29 James Sicily
SS30 Jason Dunstall
SS31 Max Gawn
SS32 Christian Petracca
SS33 Todd Viney
SS34 Luke Davies-Uniacke
SS35 Nick Larkey
SS36 Glenn Archer
SS37 Jason Horne-Francis
SS38 Travis Boak
SS39 Gavin Wanganeen
SS40 Shai Bolton
SS41 Dion Prestia
SS42 Trent Cotchin
SS43 Jack Sinclair
SS44 Jack Steele
SS45 Tony Lockett
SS46 Errol Gulden
SS47 Isaac Heeney
SS48 Michael O’Loughlin
SS49 Oscar Allen
SS50 Dom Sheed
SS51 Ben Cousins
SS52 Aaron Naughton
SS53 Bailey Smith
SS54 Robert Murphy


Complete Set (4)
Base Card (CC7-CC10)
Limited to 50 cards each

CC7 Nick Maxwell, Mick Malthouse
CC8 James Hird, Kevin Sheedy
CC9 Luke Hodge, Alastair Clarkson
CC10 Shannon Hurn, Adam Simpson


Complete Set (18)
Base Card (P1-P18)
Limited to 25 cards each

P1 Josh Rachele
P2 Will Ashcroft
P3 Oliver Hollands
P4 Nick Daicos
P5 Elijah Tsatas
P6 Jye Amiss
P7 Tanner Bruhn
P8 Tom Green
P9 Bailey Humphrey
P10 Will Day
P11 Jacob van Rooyen
P12 Harry Sheezel
P13 Zak Butters
P14 Josh Gibcus
P15 Mitch Owens
P16 Chad Warner
P17 Elijah Hewett
P18 Jamarra Ugle-Hagan








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.