Another Tom Brady rookie card is expected to set another record

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A so-called “Holy Grail” of Tom Brady‘s rookie cards sold for a record $2.25 million last month. Only it turns out that wasn’t the “Holy Grail.”

Lelands, an online auction house, now has the highest-graded 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket autographed rookie (a BGS MINT 9) up for bid in its Mid-Spring Classic Auction. The current bid is $1.108 million with two weeks left in the auction.

The card is expected to become the most expensive football card ever, surpassing the one sold to an anonymous buyer April 2.

James Park, a known card collector and Brady fan, purchased a Brady rookie card for a record $1.32 million in March.

That record was broken last month, and now, the price is expected to rise again.

6 responses to “Another Tom Brady rookie card is expected to set another record

  1. Hard to see this as an investment. Brady is hot right now, real hot, so his memorabilia bring sky-high prices. When he retires, the fervor for him and his collectibles will cool considerably. Anybody wishing to unload Brady’s rookie card in, say, 10 years, will be lucky to get back half of the purchase price now.

  2. Hard to see this as an investment. Brady is hot right now, real hot, so his memorabilia bring sky-high prices. When he retires, the fervor for him and his collectibles will cool considerably. Anybody wishing to unload Brady’s rookie card in, say, 10 years, will be lucky to get back half of the purchase price now.

    The NFL GOAT, 7 Super Bowl Titles – you read that right – 7? You must not follow the hobby or wish you had this card. Only 100 ever made, in 10 years this card will triple in price. Have a look and see how much Mantle, Ruth, Jordan and Gretzky cards fetch, then lets debate.

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