Sports objects are among the most coveted by collectors around the world, and year after year they reveal the absurd figures that are paid for objects linked to great stars. Just this happened last Friday, June 4, when a rookie card from Tom brady became the chrome of the NFL most expensive ever.
It was only a couple of months ago that a trading card from Tom brady had set the auction record for a player of the NFL. It was the sports auction house, Lelands, that sold the one-off 2000 chrome for a whopping $ 2.25 million. This in turn exceeded the mark set in March of this year, indicating a brutal revaluation of TB12 objects after its seventh title.
New record for Tom Brady
Last Friday, June 4, a new rookie card was sold from Tom brady. These trading cards are extremely rare, since few people obtained and kept the cards for the 199th pick of the Draft (sixth round) by the New England Patriots, and even more difficult is that they are in good condition.
The card in question is a 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket Autograph edition, rated ‘Mint 9’, the highest for a sticker of this class to date. In fact, there are only 7 registered ‘Mint 9’ copies in existence, being the highest professional valuations of sports cards at the moment.
This new card from the current Buccaneers quarterback was sold for the unbelievable sum of $ 3.1 million. «Tom brady is the GOAT and continues to break records both on and off the field. It is logical that Brady set another brand for the most expensive football card ever sold at public auction, “said Jordan Gilroy, director of acquisitions at Lelands.
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