According to Wikipedia, Sports Cards refer to the generic term for a trading card with a sports-related subject, as opposed to non-sports trading cards that deal with other topics. Sports cards were among the earliest forms of collectibles.
They typically consist of a picture of a player on one side, with statistics or other information on the reverse. Cards have been produced featuring most major sports, especially those played in North America, including, but not limited to, American football, association football (soccer), baseball, basketball, boxing, golf, ice hockey, racing and tennis.
List of 10 Most Expensive Sports Cards in the World?
The 10 most expensive sports cards ever sold in the world are;
- Mickey Mantle – US$12.6 million
- Honus Wagner – US$6,974,865
- Stephen Curry – US$5,900,000
- LeBron James – US$5,200,000
- Luka Doncic – US$4,600,000
- Mike Trout – US$3,936,000
- Wayne Gretzky – US$3,750,000
- LeBron James – US$2,400,000
- Tom Brady – US$2,252,854
- Kobe Bryant – US$2,000,000
What is the most expensive NBA card ever sold?
The most expensive NBA card ever sold is Stephen Curry’s rookie card, which was sold for US$5.9 million. It is the 2009-10 Panini National Treasures Stephen Curry Rookie Logoman Autograph
What is the most expensive football card in the world?
The most expensive football card is the “2017 Panini National Treasures Platinum #161 Patrick Mahomes II NFL Shield Rookie Autograph 1/1. It commanded a price of US$4.3 million in a private sale.
How much is a Michael Jordan rookie card worth?
In the current market, Michael Jordan’s rookie card ranges from US$5,570 to US$444,000. The Michael Jordan Star XRC is an iconic trading card which features the legend’s first-ever NBA appearance.
How much is Kobe Bryant’s rookie card worth?
Kobe Bryant’s rookie card is worth between US$10 to US$575. At its high, it was sold for US$2,075.
What is the expensive LeBron James rookie card?
The 2003-04 Upper Deck Exquisite is the most expensive LeBron James rookie card. It was sold in April 2021 for a whooping US$5.2 million by PWCC Marketplace.