PWCC Marketplace announced on Thursday that a Mickey Mantle baseball card broke the record for the highest-selling 5-month-old sports card in history, priced at $5.2 million.
The Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 9-PSA of 1952 is a grading system ranging from 1 to 10-setting a record for one-eighth of the new Mike Trout newcomer, which was sold for $3.94 million in August. It is believed that there are only six PSA 9s in the Mantle card.
The actor Rob Gough, who acquired streetwear brand Dope in 2017, bought the ’52 Mantle, which was sold by former NFL informant Evan Mathis for $2.88 million in 2018.
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Although not a rookie of Mantle, the 1952 card became famous for Topps’ first annual suit and was dumped in the Hudson River by thousands in 1960 due to overproduction.
Since August, Gough has accumulated 1916 “Sports News” Babe Ruth (Babe Ruth) rookie, 1917 Collins-McCarthy Joe Jackson (Collins-McCarthy Joe Jackson) and several PSA 10 Michael ·Jordan rookie card.
With the recent surge in sales of large sports memorabilia, this purchase marks another milestone. There are now eight cards priced at $900,000 or higher, and six have been sold in the past 12 months. Before the sale of the trout rookie in August, the T206 Honus Wagner PSA 5 sold in 2016 maintained a record of $3.12 million.
The upper limit may rise further. There are currently three recognized PSA 10 (graded as “Gem Mint” status, “almost perfect card”) mantle, one of which is on a climate-controlled, UV-resistant display, and is transported by armored vehicles in Colorado. 2018. Each company is worth more than $10 million.