The 1/1 2020 Panini Prizm Black Finite Jordan Love that was pulled from a box break at a restaurant during the National Sports Collectors Convention sold for $28,800 late last week in PWCC’s Premier Auction. It’s the most ever paid for a card featuring the Green Bay Packers’ new quarterback. The card was graded 8 by PSA with a 10 autograph rating and quickly turned over to auction.
2020 football rookie cards were among the most popular cards in the online catalog. Another 1/1 Black Finite—this one a PSA 9 featuring Justin Jefferson without an autograph —sold for $57,600, the most ever paid for a card featuring the Minnesota Vikings star receiver.
A 2020 Prizm Gold Joe Burrow numbered to 10 and graded PSA 9 (none higher) netted $38,400.
Several cards sold for six figures including one of the 100 2000 Playoff Contenders Tom Brady autographed rookie cards. The BGS 8 example offered by PWCC sold for $252,000.
A 2017 Panini Prizm Gold Vinyl Patrick Mahomes rookie card numbered to 5 and graded BGS 9.5, reached $126,000.
Among the other older modern era cards were an autographed copy of Michael Jordan’s 1986-87 Fleer rookie card (BGS 7) bringing $144,000, a 1997 Metal Universe Precious Metal Gems Green Jerry Rice (PSA 6) numbered to 15 netting $99,000), a 2005 Upper Deck Exquisite Dual Patch Auto of Michael Jordan and LeBron James (BGS 9) numbered to 23 realizing $81,000 and a 1997 Metal Universe Championship Jordan Hardware PSA 10 setting an all-time record when it sold for $34,500.
Cards of younger stars included a 2019 Topps Chrome Bundesliga Red Refractor Erling Haaland (# to 10) selling for $84,000 and a 20Set featured image22 Bowman Chrome Prospects Orange Ellie De La Cruz limited to 25 copies and graded PSA 10 bringing in $26,100.
Vintage cards sold included:
- 1953 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 8 $108,000
- 1960 Hemmets Journal Cassius Clay Muhammad Ali PSA 9 $66,000
- 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle PSA 3 $57,600
- 1922 W575-1 Babe Ruth PSA 3.5 $52,820