Bidding on the T206 Honus Wagner at Robert Edward Auctions is now at over $4.2 million.
With the 20% buyer’s premium factored in, the winning bidder for the SGC 3 example would pay just over $5 million if there were no more bids. That’s not likely with the auction set to continue through Sunday.
It hasn’t been seen for a while, but a key LeBron James rookie card is up for auction and is expected to bring a healthy price later this month.
The 2003-04 SP Authentic Exquisite Endorsements Rookie Auto 1 of 1 is at Gotta Have It Auctions. The card carries an Authentic grade with a 9 for the autograph. The pre-sale estimate is $700,000-$1.2 million.
Want to own what could be the largest single stash of PSA 10 Michael Jordan rookie cards? If you’ve got a big bankroll, you can do it.
A group of 13 1986-87 Fleer Jordan rookie cards is now on the market through long time seller Rick Probstein. That’s just over four percent of the 319 copies listed on PSA’s Population Report.
The sizeable asking price works out to $500,000 per card, which is above the most recent selling prices for single MJ rookies, but significantly less than the top of the market prices reported on occasion since January.
If you were at the National Sports Collectors Convention, you might have seen most of them on display at the company’s booth.
PWCC Marketplace says it sold 37,894 single cards, lots and sets in its July monthly auction for a total of over $7 million.
Top selling items included a 1986-87 Fleer Jordan rookie sticker graded PSA 10 ($81,332) and a 2003-04 Topps Chrome Refractor LeBron James rookie card, also graded 10 ($80,100).
The company’s new Monthly Premier Auctions require pre-approval for bidding and only items valued at $25,000 or more.
If you or someone you know is a fan of the Purdue Boilermakers, there’s a memorabilia show for you. A first of its kind of event hosted by avid collector and restauranteur Orlando Itin is set for this Saturday in West Lafayette, IN.