List of most expensive sports cards

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Mike Trout (left) and LeBron James (right) are the subjects of some of the most valuable unique sports cards ever sold.

This is a list of the highest known prices paid for sports cards. The current record price is the US$6.606 million paid for a 1909 Honus Wagner baseball card breaking all previous records.[1]

Background[edit]

Sports cards are a variety of trading card, small cards usually made of cardboard, which feature an image of an athlete or athletes along with identifying text. The earliest sports cards were promotional materials usually included with tobacco products and candy and often bearing an advertisement on the reverse.

The first sports card to sell for one million dollars was a T206 Honus Wagner which went for $1,265,000 at auction in 2000 (equivalent to $1,901,044 in 2020).[2] As of May 2020, the industry brings in over one billion dollars annually for manufacturers and retailers.[3]

14 of the 25 most valuable sports cards and 2 of the 5 priciest cards are basketball cards.

List of highest prices paid[edit]

This list of 42 items (as/of 08/20/2021) is ordered by consumer price index inflation-adjusted value (in bold) in millions of United States dollars in 2020.[note 1]

This list includes only the highest price paid for a given card and does not include separate entries for individual copies of the same card or multiple sales prices for the same copy of a card. Thus, for example, the T206 Honus Wagner is represented on this list by one particular card's 2021 sale and does not include the same card's 2012 sale for $1.2 million or the Jumbo Wagner and its $3.12 million sale price.

Cards are evaluated by third-party services, most often Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), Beckett Grading Services (BGS) and Sportscard Guaranty (SGC), and given a grade on a ten-point scale based on condition.[4]

The images below do not necessarily represent the individual specimen sold but are representative of the given cards.

Adjusted price Original price Player(s) Year Card Population Grade Image Date of sale Auction house Notes
$6,606,000 $6,606,000 Honus Wagner 1909–11 T206 c. 47[5][6] SGC VG 3 August 16, 2021 Robert Edward Auctions It is generally believed that only 50 to 200 of the cards were ever produced.[7]
$5,200,000 $5,200,000 Mickey Mantle 1952 Topps c. 2,372[8][9][10] PSA MT 9 January 2021 PWCC Marketplace Rob Gough, an actor and entrepreneur, purchased the card[11]
$5,200,000 $5,200,000 LeBron James 2003 Upper Deck Exquisite Collection Rookie Patch Autographs #78 Serial numbered #07/23 BGS MT 9 April 26, 2021 PWCC Marketplace The sale is the highest ever for a basketball card.[12][13] There was a similar LeBron James card that sold for $1.845 million dollars in May 2020.[14]
$4,600,000 $4,600,000 Luka Dončić 2018 Panini National Treasures 1 of 1 Logoman Autograph Serial numbered #1/1 Ungraded February 28, 2021 Private sale Most expensive basketball card sale to date. The sale was made public on Luka Dončić's birthday.[15] The card previously sold for $3.2 million in a private deal in December 2019.
$3,936,000 $3,936,000 Mike Trout 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft Prospects Superfractor Autograph Serial numbered #1/1 BGS MT 9 August 23, 2020 Goldin Auctions The seller, gambling consultant David "Vegas Dave" Oancea, had bought the card for only $400,000 only two years prior.[16]
$2,252,854 $2,252,854 Tom Brady 2000 Playoff Contenders Championship Rookie Ticket Autograph #144 Serial numbered #099/100 BGS NM-MT+ 8.5/9 April 3, 2021 Lelands Auctions Set record for the most expensive football card ever.
$1,857,300 $1,857,300 Giannis Antetokounmpo 2013–14 Panini National Treasures Logoman Patch Autograph Serial numbered #1/1 BGS MT 9 September 20, 2020 Goldin Auctions Broke the record for a basketball card which had been set only two months and two days earlier.[17][18]
$1,795,800 $1,795,800 Kobe Bryant 1996-97 Topps Chrome Refractors #138 Rookie Card BGS PRISTINE/Black Label 10 March 6, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set a record for a Kobe Bryant card.
$1,537,500 $1,537,500 LeBron James 2003-04 Upper Deck Exquisite Collection Rookie Patch Autographs #78 Serial numbered #32/99 BGS NM-MT+ 8.5/10 March 6, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set a record for a LeBron James Exquisite Rookie Patch Auto numbered to 99.
$1,440,000 $1,440,000 Michael Jordan 1997 Upper Deck Game Jersey Autographs Serial numbered #8/23 PSA NM 7 / Auto 8 February 4, 2021 Heritage Auctions Set record for most expensive Michael Jordan card.
$1,291,500 $1,291,500 LeBron James 2004-05 Upper Deck Ultimate Signatures Logos #USL-LJ Signed Logoman Card Serial numbered #1/1 PSA Authentic / Auto 10 March 6, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for any 2004 LeBron James card.
$1,290,000 $1,290,000 Wayne Gretzky 1979 O-Pee-Chee c. 10,873
[19][20][21]
PSA GM-MT 10 December 13, 2020 Heritage Auctions Set record for most expensive hockey card. Gretzky's rookie card.[22][23][24]
$1,140,000 $1,140,000 Giannis Antetokounmpo 2013-14 Panini Prizm "Prizms Black Mosaic" #290 Serial numbered #1/1 BGS GM-MT 9.5 December 12, 2020 Goldin Auctions Set record for a non-autographed Giannis Antetokounmpo card.
$1,107,000 $1,107,000 Roberto Clemente 1955 Topps Rookie Card #164 PSA MT 9 March 6, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for a Roberto Clemente card.
$1,050,000 $1,050,000 Mike Trout 2011 Topps Update Platunum #US175 Serial numbered #1/1 BGS MT 9/10 July 29, 2021 Private sale Purchased by DJ and Entrepreneur DJ Skee. Was displayed at the 2021 Topps booth at the National Sports Collectors Convention[25]
$1,020,000 $1,020,000 Anthony Davis 2012-13 Panini National Treasures #151 NBA Logoman Rookie Patch Autographs Serial numbered #1/1 BGS MT 9/10 January 30, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for an Anthony Davis card.
$1,005,600 $1,005,600 Reggie Jackson 1969 Topps Rookie Card #260 - Dmitri Young Collection PSA GM-MT 10 February 28, 2021 Heritage Auctions Set record for a Reggie Jackson card.
$984,000 $984,000 Jackie Robinson 1952 Topps #312 PSA MT 9 March 6, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for a Jackie Robinson card.
$960,000 $960,000 Stephen Curry 2009-10 Panini National Treasures "Century Platinum" Rookie Patch Autograph Serial numbered #3/5 BGS GM-MT 9.5/10 January 30, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for a Stephen Curry card.
$922,500 $922,500 Mike Trout 2009 Bowman Chrome Draft Red Refractor Autograph Serial numbered to 5 BGS GM-MT 9.5 May 20, 2020 Goldin Auctions Set a record for a modern-day card. The seller was gambling consultant David "Vegas Dave" Oancea.[26]
$915,000 $915,000 Michael Jordan 1997 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems - Green Serial numbered #9/100 PSA Authentic December 13, 2020 Heritage Auctions The holy grail of 90's Jordan inserts. The Precious Metal Gems were serial numbered to 100 with 1-10 being Green and 11-100 being Red.[27]
$900,000 $900,000 LeBron James / Michael Jordan 2003–04 Upper Deck Exquisite Collection Logoman Serial numbered #1/1 BGS NM-MT+ 8.5 February 2020 Goldin Auctions At the time, set a record for a modern-day card and a basketball card. The buyer was identified as high-end basketball card collector Nat Turner.[28]
$840,000 $840,000 Patrick Mahomes 2017 Panini National Treasures Black #161 Rookie Patch Autographs Serial numbered #1/5 BGS MT 9/10 January 30, 2021 Goldin Auctions At the time, set the record for most expensive football card. Holds record for a Patrick Mahomes card.
$799,500 $799,500 Kevin Durant 2007-08 Upper Deck Exquisite Collection Rookie Card Parallel #94 Patch Autographs Serial numbered #23/35 BGS MT 9/10 March 6, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for a Kevin Durant card.
$780,000 $780,000 Luka Dončić 2018 Panini Prizm Gold Prizm #280 Rookie Card Serial numbered #3/10 PSA GM-MT 10 January 30, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for a non-autographed Luka Doncic Rookie Card.
$789,085 $700,000 Eddie Plank 1909–11 T206 c. 110[29][5][6] PSA 7 Plank, Philadelphia, American League, from the White Border series (T206) for the American Tobacco Company MET DP845141.jpg 2012 Private sale Like the T206 Honus Wagner, the reason for the scarcity of T206 Plank cards is unknown.[30][31][32]
$773,171 $717,000 Babe Ruth 1916 M101-5 Sporting News (blank back) c. 48[33][34] PSA NM 7 1916 M101-4 Sporting News Babe Ruth Rookie -151.jpg August 28, 2016 Heritage Auctions Although called the Sporting News set, many other companies advertised on the backs of these cards. The August 28, 2016 card had nothing on the back.[35][36][37]
$773,171 $717,000 Pedro González / Ken McMullen / Pete Rose / Al Weis 1963 Topps c. 6,760[38][39][40] PSA GM-MT 10 August 28, 2016 Heritage Auctions The only recognized rookie card of Pete Rose.[40][41]
$772,959 $750,000 Mickey Mantle 1951 Bowman c. 2,066[42] PSA MT 9 1951 Bowman Mickey Mantle.png April 20, 2018 Heritage Auctions The 1951 Bowman is the only recognized rookie card of Mickey Mantle who is the most collected figure in the industry.[43][44]
$720,000 $720,000 Michael Jordan 1986 Fleer PSA GM-MT 10 January 30, 2021 Goldin Auctions Two separate sales of $720,000 each set the record for most expensive Michael Jordan Rookie Cards.
$720,000 $720,000 LeBron James 2004 Topps Chrome Superfractor Serial numbered #1/1 PSA GM-MT 10 October 3, 2020 Heritage Auctions Set record for a non-autographed 2004 LeBron James card.
$719,415 $667,149 Shoeless Joe Jackson 1909 American Caramel c. 124[45][46] PSA NM-MT 8 1909 Joe Jackson American Caramel.jpg August 21, 2016 SCP Auctions Holds the record for a candy card. Considered a rookie card.[47][48][49]
$680,204 $660,000 Sherry Magee 1909–11 T206 (Error) c. 110[50][51] PSA NM-MT 8 T206-Sherry-Magie-error.jpg September 21, 2018 Heritage Auctions Magee's name is erroneously spelled as "Magie."[52]
$660,333 $612,359.83 Jerry Koosman / Nolan Ryan 1968 Topps c. 17,425
[53][54][55]
PSA GM-MT 10 August 26, 2016 Heritage Auctions Nolan Ryan's rookie card[56][57]
$648,177 $575,000 Babe Ruth 1914 Baltimore News c. 8[58][59] PSA Good 2 1914 Baltimore News Babe Ruth.png August 2012 Private sale Features Ruth with the minor league Baltimore Orioles two years before his first Major League card. The seller had bought the card for only $199,750 in 2007.[60]
$601,200 $601,200 Stephen Curry 2009-10 Panini National Treasures "Century Gold" #206 Rookie Patch Autographs Serial numbered #10/25 BGS GM-MT 9.5/10 December 12, 2020 Goldin Auctions Set record for the Stephen Curry National Treasures RPA numbered to 25.
$607,341 $600,000 Shoeless Joe Jackson 1910 Old Mill c. 17[61] PSA VG+ 3.5 1910 T210 Old Mill Series 8 Joe Jackson.png February 2019 Heritage Auctions Features Jackson with the minor league New Orleans Pelicans despite being issued during his Major League career.[61][62][63]
$541,220 $501,900 Lew Alcindor 1969–70 Topps c. 4,433[64][65][66] PSA GM-MT 10 August 26, 2016 Heritage Auctions At the time, set record for a basketball card. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's only recognized rookie card.[65][67]
$526,689 $488,425 Ty Cobb 1909–11 T206 c. 837[68][5][6] PSA MT 9 1909-11 T206 Ty Cobb bat-off-shoulder.jpg August 21, 2016 SCP Auctions One of several Cobb cards from the T206 set. This variant features Cobb holding a bat away from his body on the obverse and an advertisement for Piedmont Cigarettes on the reverse.[69][70]
$515,447 $478,000 Willie Mays 1952 Topps c. 3,088[71][9][10] PSA MT 9 May 12, 2016 Heritage Auctions In 1953, unsold cards from the set were returned to Topps by retailers and dumped in the Hudson River.[72][73]
$510,166 $504,000 Ty Cobb 1915 Cracker Jack c. 198[74][75][76] PSA MT 9 1914 Cracker Jack Ty Cobb.jpg April 23, 2019 Heritage Auctions [77]
$480,000 $480,000 Stephen Curry 2009-10 Topps Chrome Gold Refractor #101 Rookie Card BGS PRI 10 January 30, 2021 Goldin Auctions Set record for a non-autographed Stephen Curry card.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The Wikipedia template uses a yearly average inflation. Using monthly averages gives slightly different numbers, most significantly for paintings sold early or late in a year with significant inflation.

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