Uncommon Tom Brady rookie card sells for over $400Ok at public sale

February 26, 2019 • By

A particularly uncommon Tom Brady rookie card has been offered for over $400,000 in a web based public sale.

The cardboard, a part of the 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Ticket assortment, was auctioned Monday for $400,100.

The public sale was coordinated by eBay and PWCC Market, which introduced Tuesday that the $400,100 is the very best public sale worth in historical past for a soccer card.

“This sale was record-setting but also largely predicted,” PWCC Market CEO Brett Huigens stated in an announcement. “The trading card market is rapidly maturing among tangible asset investors and record prices are becoming increasingly frequent, especially among the market’s most desired issues.”

There have been solely 100 copies of the Brady card produced, and the auctioned card is one among solely two that obtained a grade of 9 or increased by Beckett Grading Providers.

PWCC introduced that the Brady card is the “highest quality specimen” that it has ever brokered.

“This auction event featured the finest football card we’ve brokered in our 20-year history and achieved the highest-ever hammer price for a football card,” Huigens stated. “We were honored to present this asset to the public and are delighted for the new owner.”