A LeBron rookie jersey sold for $362,500, while one of his cards, also from the Exquisite Collection, sold for $146,400. BREAKING: This Mike Trout Superfractor card has just been sold for $3.84 MILLION in the @GoldinAuctions sale, breaking the record of the Honus Wagner ($3.1M) for the highest price of a card ever sold. The lowest “buy it now” price is $3,899. We offer online sports auctions, with options to bid on your favorite items, as well as colorful, printed auction catalogs.
The card was sold by Goldin Auctions and is the highest price that has ever been fetched for a trading card. Market data provided by Factset. Download the Action app to track all your bets in one place.
A Mike Trout rookie card set the new record for highest-price sold at auction on Saturday night when it was purchased for nearly $4 million, Goldin Auctions announced Sunday. Not only is Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout the best player in baseball, but his one-of-a-kind rookie card is now in a stratosphere of its own as well. BREAKING: This Mike Trout … Register to Bid Today and be sure to check out our latest auction! That sale price puts Trout in elite company — stop me if you’ve heard that one before. Goldin Auctions stands proud as a leader in the sports collectibles industry, and our memorabilia auctions are followed by collectors from all over the world. The best sports betting newsletter with trends, insights and news - condensed in a two-minute read.
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(RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) It’s the most expensive sports card ever sold at auction.. A Jordan 1986-87 Fleer rookie card sold for $97,200, a record for a gem mint 10 graded by PSA.
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Odds boosts are simply regular bets offered at enticing odds. A Mike Trout rookie card set the new record for highest-price sold at auction on Saturday night when it was purchased for nearly $4 million, Goldin Auctions announced Sunday. Number Bids: 11. Powered and implemented by FactSet Digital Solutions. Discover the best online sports betting sites and take advantage of bonus offers from legal sportsbooks.
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See what plays the Action Network experts are making for all of today's games. After issues with the auction over the weekend, the auction was divided into three parts, with other items ending Thursday and Friday night. There’s a Gold Refractor numbered to 50 that’s listed at $299,999 — free shipping, tho! Goldin Auctions sold the card online and released a statement on the sale. [$560,000 Sale: Signed Game-Worn Air Jordan I’s Break Record for Most Expensive Sneaker Ever]. The huge prices being paid for sports memorabilia continued on Wednesday as the first stage of a rescheduled auction closed.
He did not make his MLB debut until 2011, when he played 40 games with Los Angeles. ", 2003-04 "Exquisite Collection" Only Existing Gold BGS-Graded Complete Set (78) – Featuring LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony Rookie Cards- Each Card Limited to 25. Consignor @itsvegasdave paid a reported $400K for the card two years ago. 1952 Bowman #101 Mickey Mantle Signed Card – PSA VG-EX+ 4.5, PSA/DNA Authentic – An Incredibly Scarce Rookie Era Signature! This particular card is a 5/5, meaning there were five exact copies of the Red Refractor Autograph made, though Trout’s autograph might vary slightly because, well, autographs tend to do that.
Trout saw one of his cards sell for $923,000 back in May.
Most recently, Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James saw one of his rare rookie cards sell for a record $1.8 million at an auction in mid-July. [A $15,000 Check from Michael Jordan to Trump Casino Goes Up for Auction].
Cards aren’t that impressive to me, and they’re damn sure not worth millions of dollars. There were seven unopened boxes of 1986-87 Fleer up for auction — boxes that were considered undesirable when they debuted and were returned by hobby stores for a $6 refund — sold for as much as $109,200 each. “This event was somewhat of a perfect storm as we had a remarkable collection of historic memorabilia supported by incredible marketing and publicity during a great market for sports collectibles,” Goldin Auction’s Ken Goldin wrote in a release.